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Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh : Examination Results 2012 - HSC

BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION, Madhya Pradesh
(Examination Results March - 2012)
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High School Ce rtificate Examination (HSC) - 10t h Class Re sult - 2012
Congrat ulat ions ! ! You hav e passed in First Div ision
Cent re Code - 712044, School Code/ F.O. - 712044
Roll No
127134639
Name
SHUBHA M RA JPUT
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Subject Code
Subject Name
001
HINDI (S PECIAL)
411
ENGLIS H (GENERAL)
512
S ANS KRIT (GENERAL)
100
MAT HEMAT ICS
200
S CIENCE
300
S OCIAL S CIENCE
Grand Tot al (Theory + Pract ical)
D - Distinction

G - Grace

Theory Marks Pract ical Marks
086-D
065
091-D
096-D
073-D
025
075-D
511/ 600

S - S upplementary

A BS - Absent

F - F a il

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