CBSE results 2018: Chennai schools perform better

11,06,772 students appeared for class 12 CBSE exams.

Chennai: The schools affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education in the city have generally done well in class 12 exams as many schools got centum results with all the students scoring above 60 per cent marks this year.

DAV Girls Senior Secondary School Principal K.C. Usha said, “The overall performance of the students is good and the students are getting such a high marks for the first time in our school.”

Two students M.Shruthi and W.Pranathi have scored 495 and 493 marks.

She also said the Maths paper was student friendly compared to other subjects.

SBOA School and Junior College in Anna Nagar had sent 346 schools and all the students cleared the exam this year with 60 per cent marks.

“Over 60 per cent students cleared the exams with distinction and our topper Miriam Santhosh has got 491 marks out of 500 which is a slight increase compared to last year,” said Radhika Unni, principal, SBOA School and Junior College.

The school also had four centums in computer science and two in maths and one in economics.

“We have very good results compared last year. All 426 students cleared class 12 with above 60 per cent marks. Our school has more centums this year as 22 students got full marks in computer science and 14 students got centums in Maths,” said G.Haribabu, associate principal, Maharishi Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School in Chetpet.

Two students from the school also got full marks in biology and three students got 100 percent marks in Chemistry taking the total centums to 41 this year.

From Bhavan's Rajaji Vidyashram totally 194 students appeared for the exam out of which 164 passed with distinction (above 75 per cent).

“Compared to last year, the results are good in our school as 79 students got above 90% marks in class 12 exams. The average performance in all the subjects have improved this year,” said P.G. Subramanian, principal of the school.

S.Sai Shruthi from commerce group got 487 out of 500 marks to become school topper. Bala Vidyamandir Senior Secondary School principal R. Srinivasa Raghavan said the average marks in all the subjects increased to 85 per cent except accountancy.

No toppers from biology this year

A majority of the toppers in CBSE’s class 12 board examinations are from maths and computer science stream this year.

One of the reasons is the students who took maths and computer science stream have scored high marks due to the comparatively easy question papers. But, the biology students did not get high marks owing to the tough question paper.

“The biology question paper had many twisted questions and the paper is in general very vague making it tough for students to score high marks,” one of the school principals told this paper.

“Usually, our school will have a lot of centums and 99 marks. This year we had only one student scoring 99 marks in biology. The question paper was on the standard of competitive exams,” the principal observed.

While many schools had centums in maths and computer science, very few reported centums in biology subject.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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