Height of self-confidence: Karnataka Board class 10 topper applies for revaluation after scoring 624 out of 625 and then gets full marks

Height of self-confidence: Karnataka Board class 10 topper applies for revaluation after scoring 624 out of 625 and then gets full marks
Karnataka Class 10 topper Mohammad Kaif Mulla with his parents. -Photo courtesy News 18

A student of St Xavier’s High School in Belgaum of Karnataka, Mohammad Kaif Mulla had got full marks in all subjects except Science. Mulla had topped the Karnataka board’s class 10 exams among 13 lakh students

The Hush Post: This shows the height of self-confidence. Even after scoring 624 out of total 625 marks, Muhammad Kaif Mulla, a student of St Xavier’s High School in Belgaum of Karnataka applied for revaluation and in the new result, he scored full 625 marks.

By scoring 624 marks, Mulla was the joint topper in the Karnataka state board Class 10 exams. As he was confident enough that he could not do any mistake, Mulla sent his exams for re-evaluation and the new result declared him the only topper as he scored full marks, a report said on Saturday.

Mulla had scored full marks in all of the subjects barring Science in which he fell short of one mark. The student of St Xavier’s High School in Belgaum of Karnataka, Kaif had stood at the top among 13 lakh students in the state, it was reported.

Mulla, who aspires to be an IAS officer, says will opt for Science stream in Class 11. Mulla is the son of a teacher couple father Haroon Rashid Mulla and mother Parveen Mulla. Mulla’s father Haroon is an Urdu teacher in a government primary school, and his mother Parveen teaches Kannada in a government high school, the report said.

“I was fully confident of getting 100% marks because after answering the papers, I confirmed all my written answers with my teachers, notebooks and model answer sheet. Fortunately, I found my all the answers were absolutely correct. Earlier, I got 624 (99.86%) marks but after re-evaluation, my result was as per my expectation,” a news website TwoCircles.net quoted Mohammad Kaif Mulla as saying.

His father Haroon said that Mulla did not spend time on distractions like social media. “Kaif is a very studios child who never wastes his time on useless things like social media etc. I want him to continue studying hard in order to achieve excellence at a higher level,” Haroon was quoted as saying.

Not only in studies, Mulla takes part in various extracurricular activities in school and was also the commander of the school NCC unit, the report said.

Leave a Reply