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    Former mayor of Vadodara, professor in MSU Faculty of Technology and Engineering and fondly known as technocrat, Bharat Dangar passed the 10th board Hindi exam with 68% marks. He said the experience was beyond words as it makes him learn a new subject and bring back the old childhood days.

    10 Board exams results is declared on Tuesday and Vadodara city and district registered 60.19% results, 6.84% less than last year. For some the results bring joy and for some disheartening. But for former mayor and technocrat the exam comes as a super joy as he passed the Hindi paper with 68% marks. He said its a new achievement asit gives an edge to him in life.

    “I studied throughout in Gujarati till 12th and later completed Bachelor’s, Masters and PhD in English language. However there is a urge to learn Hindi and hence I decide to give the 10th Board paper this year. Its a all new learning from me as I start from the beginning and practice to write Hindi specially the grammar and language. I practiced in my free time and glad to pass the exams with good marks,” said Dangar.

    Bharat Dangar completed his PhD in Artificial intelligence and said the learning of Hindi and appeared in exam is a whole new experience for him. “As a know figure all in the exam centres knew me very well and might thought that I came there for some visit. But when I told them about the real reason they smile with surprise. However sitting in the exam with 10th students is a lifetime experience as it bring back the old childhood memories,” said Dangar. He also added that life is a learning experience and as a person everyone must include learning in their lifestyle. Be a student for life will give you an extra edge from others. He also done the same and learn Hindi as a additional language for his career and day to da

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