SQL Query to find out the Maximum marks for each subject

Students table contains studentid, subjectid and marks. Where there are 10 subjects and 50 students. what is the Query to find out the Maximum marks obtained in each subject.

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vinodwagh

  • Jul 30th, 2007
 

select  s1.student_id, s1.subject_id , s2.mks from students,
(select s.subject_id , max(s.marks) as mks from students s group by s.subject_id)  s2

where s1.subject_id = s2.subject_id and s1.marks = s2.mks
order by s1.student_id

srinu

  • Nov 20th, 2007
 

 select empno,ename,sal from emp where sal in(select max(sal) from emp group by deptno);

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anugrah17

  • Jan 9th, 2008
 

Same results but INNER JOIN looks better :)
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SELECT     Student.SubjectId, Student.Marks, Student.StudentId
FROM        Student INNER JOIN
                (SELECT  SubjectId, MAX(Marks) AS maxMarks
                 FROM  Student
                 GROUP BY SubjectId) S1
ON S1.SubjectId = Student.SubjectId AND S1.maxMarks = Student.Marks
ORDER BY Student.SubjectId

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SELECT s1.studentid, s1.subjectid, s2.mks FROM student s1,
(SELECT s.subjectid, max(s.marks) as mks from student s group by s.subjectid ) s2
WHERE s1.subjectid =s2.subjectid and s1.marks= s2.mks
ORDER BY s1.studentid

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pushpanshu kumar

  • Sep 13th, 2017
 

Thanks for this...really useful with simple query, got my final output with help of this.

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