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Abhinash Sinha secured 93 % in Class X

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Abhinash Sinha, son of Shri Anupam Sinha, a retired Naval Officer and grandson of late Prof. Nagendra Kumar Sinha of Assam Engg College, a native of Narsingpur (Baromuni),Cachar-Assam, has passed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X examination with flying colors securing above 90 per cent.

Student of Kendriya Vidylaya Ambarnath, Abhinash Sinha, secured 93.4 % without attending any coaching classes. He gives the credit of his success to his mother, Shrimati Anita Sinha.

Abhinash Sinha got 91 out of 100 in Mathematics, 91 in English, 93 in Hindi, 93 in Science and 99 in Social Science.

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  1. Congaratulations , Abhinash You really have made everyone of us stand tall . wish you all the best for your future

    Comment by Debajyoti | July 4, 2009

    Very congratulations!
    I’m sure the kid will maintain the legacy of his Grandpa, go over and above expectations in the years to come. Anu da and Boudi deserves a special mention for their continuous efforts; it has to be more from here on.

    Way to go, Avinash!!

    Bapan

    Comment by Prabal Atreya | July 4, 2009

    Wow—congratsssssss to Avinash and salute to Anita for nurturing Avinash for securing very good % and that too without any coaching classes. Hope he will continue the same hard work n dedication to bring more laurels to his family and BM community as well.

    Pls don’t let beautiful things in colleges distract you away from your studies n goal in life.

    AJI HUNIYA NIYAM HOAROU LAGIL, AHER DINE AROKOU HAROU KARISH TOR IMA ANITA-re.

    Comment by Bijit, UAE | July 3, 2009

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