Zaid Hasan, residing in Noida, chose Sanskrit in the 10th grade of CBSE over foreign languages ​​and scored 100 out of 100 points. | Zaid Hasan, living in Noida, chose Sanskrit for foreign languages ​​and scored 100 out of 100 points.
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🔥 Zaid Hasan, residing in Noida, chose Sanskrit in the 10th grade of CBSE over foreign languages ​​and scored 100 out of 100 points. | Zaid Hasan, living in Noida, chose Sanskrit for foreign languages ​​and scored 100 out of 100 points.

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Mo. studies at the Delhi Public School Zaid Hasan has just passed the 10th board exam. A total of 487 marks came from his 500.

  • Zaid’s father K.M. Hasan says that credit for such a good score in Sanskrit goes to teacher Sudhakar Mishra.
  • Zaid was advised by his older brother Yusuf to choose Sanskrit in the 10th. Yusuf said Sanskrit is an assessment subject.

On Wednesday the CBSE board published the results of the 10th grade. Many unique stories also appear with Marx in the results. Such a story is Moe from Noida. By Zaid Hasan. In the 10th standard, Zaid had to choose between Hindi, Sanskrit or another foreign language. He not only chose Sanskrit, but also achieved 100 out of 100 points in this subject.

According to the print website, Zayed’s father, neurologist KM Hassan, says that his older son Yusuf Hassan did well in Sanskrit in his board exams.

Sudhakar Mishra, a teacher, is studying Sanskrit

Zaid’s father K.M. Hasan says that credit for such a good score in Sanskrit goes to teacher Sudhakar Mishra. Zaid’s good score includes Sudhakar Mishra’s hard work. Sudhakar comes from Sitamarhi in Bihar.

Brother advised to choose Sanskrit

Zaid was advised by his older brother Yusuf to choose Sanskrit in the 10th standard. Yusuf said Sanskrit is a scoring issue. So it is best to do the same for Zaid.

Zaid Hassan wants to be an engineer

Mo. studies at the Delhi Public School Zaid Hasan has just passed the 10th board exam. A total of 487 marks came from his 500. Zaid wants to be an engineer after the 12th.

Zaid’s father is unhappy with the state of Sanskrit and Urdu

Zaid’s father, Dr. Hasan is unhappy with the lack of importance of languages ​​such as Sanskrit and Urdu at that time. He believes that it is currently not possible to create a future in Sanskrit and Urdu.

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