Gujarat student gets 212 out of 200 in primary exam, probe ordered

While Vanshiben was allocated 211 and 212 out of 200 marks, respectively, in both subjects, it was later revealed that an error had occurred during result compilation.
Gujarat student gets 212 out of 200 in primary exam, probe ordered
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A significant error in the primary school examination results in Dahod district of Gujarat has sparked controversy and raised concerns about the education system's integrity. The incident revolves around Vanshiben Manishbhai, a fourth-grade student studying at the primary school in Kharasana village, Jhalod taluka.

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Gujarat student gets 212 out of 200 in primary exam, probe ordered

This mistake gained widespread attention after Vanshiben proudly shared her results with her family, only to discover the inaccuracies upon closer examination.

Source: India Today

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