Rajasthan, June 12: The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) declared Class 10 exam results online on June 10. Out of the total number of students who appeared for the exam, 78 percent passed it. But an 81-year old man who attempted the exam for the 46th time failed this year too.

Shiv Charan Yadav, who stays in a Temple in Khori village of Rajasthan, failed in the class 10th exam for the 46th time. Yadav has been giving the exam since his adulthood but could not pass it. He said that he studied well this time but since he is losing his senses due to ageing, he could not pass. Yadav decided that he would marry only after passing the exam. Since he could not pass it, he is still unmarried. (Also read: 50-year old peon of Devendra Fadnavis clears class 10 exam in 28th attempt)

According to locals, Yadav studies very hard for the subject in which he failed earlier. Going by this way, he successfully passes in that subjects but fails in remaining papers. This year, he got zero marks in English subject. Recently, a 50-year old peon at Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s office finally passed his class 10 exam in his 28th attempt. But Yadav at the age of 81 is still trying to crack the class 10 exam.