The government has announced to give 1 lakh rupees and laptops to the toppers. Along with this, the road will also be gifted to the toppers. The road leading to the toppers’ house will be named after him. For those toppers who do not have a paved road to their house, a paved road will be constructed there.
- PWD will make the road to toppers’ house
- Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya announced
The Yogi government has given a big gift to those who topped the UP board examination. The government has announced to give 1 lakh rupees and laptops to the toppers. Along with this, the road will also be gifted to the toppers. The road leading to the toppers’ house will be named after him. For those toppers who do not have a paved road to their house, a paved road will be constructed there.
Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya has said that the Public Works Department will construct the paved road to the house of the meritorious people who topped the 10th and 12th board exams. He said that the government will make a magnificent paved road from the UP board to the homes of 20 students, topping the 10th and 12th. Maurya has said that apart from the UP board, a paved road will be constructed to the homes of the toppers of CBSE, ICSE and other boards.
Earlier, Keshav Prasad Maurya planted saplings at Amar Shaheed Chandrashekhar Azad Circuit House in Prayagraj. He inaugurated projects worth 600 crores digitally in a program organized in the auditorium of Circuit House.
Deputy CM has said that the government will soon repair the damaged roads. He also expressed grave concern over the rising infection of Corona and appealed to the citizens to comply with the guidelines issued by the government for protection. Deputy CM said that to prevent the spread of corona, adherence to social distancing and the use of masks is very important.
Riya from Baghpat topped 10th, Anurag topped 12th
Let us know that Riya Jain of Shri Ram SM Inter College, Baghpat, in the 10th board examination from UP board topped with 96.67 percent marks, while in 12th also Anurag Malik of the same school got the first place in the state with 97 percent marks.
In the 10th examination, Abhimanyu Verma of Sri Sai Inter College Barabanki finished 95.83 and Yogesh Pratap Singh of Sadbhavana Inter College in Barabanki with 95.33 percent marks. In 12th, Pranjal Singh of SP Inter College Prayagraj finished second with 96 percent and Utkarsh Shukla of Gopal Inter College Auraiya finished third with 94.80 percent marks.