Class 10 Student scores 624/625, applies for revaluation and gets full marks

Mohammad Kaif Mulla has been the talk of the town chipping in with a staggering 624 out of 625 marks in the Karnataka State Board 10th SSLC result 2018 and got the second rank in the state. But, after seeing the result, Mohammad Kaif was unhappy with it. He was confident that he answered all the questions right and was wondering where did he missed one mark.

So, he sent the papers for revaluation and he got a positive reply from the evaluators where Mohammad Kaif was proved correct. He got an extra mark and emerged as the joint topper in the state joining the likes of Mysuru boy Yashas MS from Sadvidya High School and Bengaluru student Sudarshan KS from Holy Child English School who have scored 100 per cent marks (625/625) in Karnataka Class 10 Results 2018.


Mohammad Kaif is a proud student of St Xavier’s English Medium High School in Belagavi district in Karnataka. In the Class 10 results declared earlier, he had scored 100 per cent marks in all the subjects barring science subject in which he had missed the full mark by a whisker.

He recalled that he was upset for losing one mark in science as he expected full marks in all subjects. “I expected maximum marks in all the subjects. I was sad as I lost one mark in science. As I was confident, I applied for the re-valuation. Now, I am very happy to become one of the toppers in the state,” Mohammad Kaif was quoted as saying to newskarnataka.

Mohammad Kaif Mulla has started a new chapter after joining RLS College of KLE Institution for the PU (science) study. He aspires to be an IAS officer. Post his higher education, he wants to address the issues like child labour which he thinks that it is ‘the huge problem of our country’.

“When I will become a part of the policy-making frame, these marginalised child labourers will be my priority. I will do my best to provide proper education for them. Because only education only has the capacity to bring an individual out of the worst living conditions,” he said in an interview to

Kaif’s father Haroon said that his son didn’t waste his time on 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,” said Haroon.

Apart from showing interest in academics, he has taken part in various extracurricular activities in school and was also the commander of the school NCC unit.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.