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Government schools shine in CBSE results

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANUSHA PUPPALA
Published May 30, 2018, 12:45 am IST
Updated May 30, 2018, 12:45 am IST
JNVs have got a pass percentage of 97.31, KVs 95.96 per cent while private schools affiliated to the CBSE secured 89.49 per cent.
According to the CBSE, government schools registered with the Board have a 63.97 pass percentage while government aided schools have 73.46 per cent. (Representational Image)
 According to the CBSE, government schools registered with the Board have a 63.97 pass percentage while government aided schools have 73.46 per cent. (Representational Image)

Hyderabad: Jawahar Navoday Vidyalaya schools and Kendriya Vidyalayas have performed better than private schools in Class X as per the CBSE results declared on Tuesday. JNVs have got a pass percentage of 97.31, KVs 95.96 per cent while private schools affiliated to the CBSE secured 89.49 per cent.

According to the CBSE, government schools registered with the Board have a 63.97 pass percentage while government aided schools have 73.46 per cent. In CBSE Class XII results too, KVs gave the best results among different categories of schools with a pass percentage of 97.78, improving from 95.86 per cent last year.

 

Coming to schools in Hyderabad, 91,280 students appeared from KVs across the country of which 87,597 passed the exam with an over all pass percentange of 95.96. Of the students who appeared for the exam, 48,390 passed resulting in a pass percentage of 95.34 whereas 39,207 girls passed securing a pass percentage of 96.74. Srishti Porwal from Hyderabad KV, Begumpet, topped the KVs across the country by securing 494/500 with 98.8 per cent.

Army Public School Bolarum, Secunderabad, achieved 100 per cent pass result in Class X for its 185 students. Nikitha Pathania was the topper with 98.4 per cent, Paryetri Banerjee was second with 97.6 per cent and Tejika Bajaj third with 97.2 per cent. Overall, nine students have scored above 95 per cent, 30 students more than 90 per cent, with the majority of 61 students scoring between 80-90 per cent.

 

Mrs Smitha Govind, Principal, Army Public School, Bolarum, said “A total of nine students scored a centum in various subjects with four of them in English, two in Maths, one in Science and two of them in Social Sciences. Girls have outperformed boys and secured the top five positions. I congratulate each and every student and their parents for the outstanding results as this was the first time that students of Class X faced new format of Board Exams in which the entire syllabus was covered as compared to the earlier semester system.’’

 

Oakridge International School secured 100 per cent pass per centage and over 43 students scored 90 per cent and above.  Anusha Jain, from Oakridge Bachupally campus, scoring 96.2 per cent (481/500) and Rishika Vadlamudi, from Oakridge Gachibowli Campus, with 95.4 per cent (477/500) were the two top scorers.

HPS Ramanthapur has also achieved 100 per cent, with all the 163 who appeared passing. Anjali Raja Ram stood 1st in the school with 95.4 per cent and Sindhuja Reddy took the 2nd position with 94.8 per cent. Dr Narasimha Reddy, Principal, HPS Ramanthapur said “We are proud to announce that we have achieved 100 per cent results in class X as well.  Master Thanu Biswanth Baji, who is poor and hails from a rural area, has scored a centum in Maths. Anjali Raja Ram secured a centum in Social Studies and Neha Kolukonda scored 100 out of 100 in Hindi.’’

 

Class X students of Jubilee Hills Public School achieved 100 per cent pass percentage. Many secured distinction and first class. Gowri Tiwari stood first with 97.2 per cent and Gogineni Vijaya Srikar, Sashwath Mukherjee and Pratisha Shukla stood second with 96.2 per cent each.

Johnson Grammar School, CBSE, achieved cent percent results in Class X CBSE Board examination. More than 50 per cent of the students secured 90 per cent and above. 

Meridian School, Banjara Hills secured 100 per cent results. 160 students appeared for the class 10 examination, of which 41 students have secured 90-100 per cent.

 

Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Kondapur, Hyderabad, secured 100 per cent pass percentage. More than 60 per cent students passed with distinction. C. Greeshma stood first in the school with 97 per cent followed by Bhuvana Sai with 96.6 per cent, Arzoo with 96.2 per cent and Trisha Dev with 95.8 per cent. 

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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