"I thought of getting good marks, but not a rank".
Discussing science students' performance, he said highest marks had gone up by 1.4 per cent at 93.4 per cent. "Though the policy was restored after the Delhi High Court order, students are still anxious whether this will remain or whether it was actually followed during evaluation". "There are 71% students who have scored more than 80% marks at DPS Harni", he said.Navrachana School, Sama achieved 100% results as all the 193 students who had appeared in the exams cleared it."We have 47 students who have scored above 90%". According to Vandana Joshi, vice principal of DPS Bopal, 355 students appeared for the class 12 exams.
It's that time of the year again - lakhs of Indian students look to their futures full of possibility with anxiety and aspiration.
Vikas Upadhyay of Yamuna Vihar Government School topped the science stream by securing 97 per cent marks.
Muscat: Students throughout Oman's Indian schools have made their institutions proud after a stellar showing in this year's final examinations for Class XII. While the former's overall passing percentage is 99.7 percent, the latter scored a 94.6 pass percentage.
The results this year were delayed as the CBSE had proposed to scrap the moderation policy on April 25. "Reasons for the dip may vary- from difficulty of questions to preparation of students".
However, Delhi High court shot down the proposal, saying the rules can not be changed at the eleventh hour.
In humanities stream Atulya Mohan scored 96.8 percent and stood first in the school and in the Kingdom. The Central Board of Secondary Education declared the results on Sunday. Students can access the result from www.gseb.orgfrom 8am onwards. The results are available on the official results portal of the board.
Sources at Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) said that the performance of the seven KV schools in the Madurai Cluster of KVS, from which students sat for Plus Two examinations this year, witnessed a considerable improvement in performance compared to last year. CBSE has also started a toll free helpline number 18000118004 to offer counselling post the results. But all I can tell you is that there is nothing wrong in this.not this year, then next year. "Topping in the exam was a matter of hard work and luck", he said. "I used to study for 4-5 hours daily and revise my lessons".
"I just kept checking and checking to make sure it was right". How can I believe that I have failed?
"I plan on going to India to get admission to the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) or the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)".