The boy from Mumbai scored the minimum passing marks and his parents reaction will take you by surprise

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Published by Vijay Sisodiya on 10 Jun 2019

There have been many cases in which you must have seen a child scoring 100/100 or 95/100 in the board exams. The parents and the child instantly become famous and their stories of struggle are all around the country. But in the one-of-its-kind story, a boy from Mira Road locality near Mumbai has scored only and exactly 35 marks, which is the absolute minimum requirement for a child to be passed in every single subject in the SSC (Class X) exam of the Maharashtra Board.

This Boy from Maharashtra instantly became the talk of the town as no one ever saw something like this before. After the results declared on Saturday, this student, Akshit Jadhav, who studied in Shanti Nagar High School on Mira Road, has surprised people all over the country with his result. Akshit Jhadav
The media was soon seen in conversation with his father and his family after the results and the reaction of his father is just surprising and heartfelt. “He was surprised to see his score, as he was expecting 55 percent,” said Akshit’s father Ganesh Jadhav. “Students attempt every question in anticipation that they would get a high score, but they may end up with a low score. Akshit, on the other hand, secured minimum passing marks and we all are happy that he cleared the exam,” his father added.

After the results, Akshit Jhadav surely has earned himself a huge some media limelight with several local news channels and reporters coming to his house and asking how it feels. Akshit Jhadav doesn’t feel sad about it. Yes, he was expecting more than this but whatever he got he is quite happy with it and so is his family. His family is surely an example that a child should never be under pressure of scoring well. If he passes the exams, it is more than enough to be happy.

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