Gujarat Board Examination 2023: Two Jain monks take Class 10 exams, two extra to take Class 12 exams

Two Jain monks took Class 10 exams on Tuesday, the primary day of the Gujarat Secondary and Larger Secondary Education Board’s (GSHSEB) last exams, and two extra monks can be taking Class 12 basic stream exams from March 16. In line with board sources, a complete of 5 Jain monks had registered for Class 10 and 12 last exams as exterior college students; nevertheless, considered one of them, Muni Prince, is not going to take the Class 10 examination.
Muni Arham, a 15-year outdated monk initially belonging to Kolhapur in Maharashtra had taken diksha on the age of 13. On the time he renounced the worldly life he had accomplished Class 7 training however continued research. He took the examination at Vidyanagar college at Usmanpura.
Muni Dhruv, a 20-year outdated monk from Nakoda, Rajasthan additionally took the Class 10 examination on the identical examination centre. Each these monks had been accompanied by their religious guru, Muni Acharya Mahashramanji on the examination centre.
Muni Arham mentioned that he began examination preparations a month in the past solely as they had been on a vihar, the pilgrimage from one Upashray to a different.
They mentioned that the religious journey just isn’t potential with out ample training, so that they have taken Class 10 exams and plan to pursue increased training too.
Board sources mentioned that Muni Punit and Muni Shubham, additionally the disciple of Muni Acharya Mahashramanji, will take Class 12 basic stream exams that begin from March 16 at Vijaynagar Highschool.
Sources mentioned that each the monks who took the examination on Tuesday had been seated in a separate classroom as they had been exterior college students.

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