City schools excel in CBSE exam
City Schools Excel in CBSE Exam. Several schools in the city have shined in the CBSE Class X examinations, the results of which were released on Monday evening.
Hyderabad: Several schools in the city have shined in the CBSE Class X examinations, the results of which were released on Monday evening. After a delay of over two weeks, the CBSE has finally declared the results of two regions -- Chennai and Thiruvananthapuram only. The results of other five regions would be declared on Tuesday.
Jubilee Hills Public School, Johnson Grammar School-Nacharam, Meridian School-Banjara Hills, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan School-Jubilee Hills, Kendriya Vidyalayas at Picket, Uppal I and II secured 100 per cent results. A good number of students have proved their mettle by securing A1 Grade and maximum CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) of 10 on 10.
“50 students in our school have secured A1 grade out of which 12 students scored 10/10 CGPA. Bysani Kirti stood as the school topper,” M Varalakshmi, Principal of Jubilee Hills Public School, informed. “In all 10 students got 10 out of 10 CGPA and we have got quite a good number of A1 grades,” said M Bharathi Lakshmi, Principal of Johnson Grammar School.
“A total of 29 students have got 10 CGPA while 131 out of 166 students have scored distinction,” D Usha Reddy, principal of Meridian School, Banjara Hills disclosed.
“The performance of students in subjects is also quite impressive as 51 students secured A1 in Social Sciences, 48 in Mathematics, 42 in Science, 41 in Second Language and 40 in English,” she revealed. “This is the 14th successive year that we got hundered per cent results and this is a moment of utmost joy and pride for us,” she added.
Eight out of 53 students of Meridian School at Madhapur scored 10 out of 10 CGPA. This is its second batch and the school claims that its performance was excellent. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan School has also performed well with a total of 52 students securing 10 CGPA.
“As many as 115 students got A1 grade and 64 got A2 grade. This is a good result when compared to previous years,” C Rama Devi, Principal of the school, said.
Kendirya Vidyalayas at Picket, Uppal, Airforce Station have also secured more than 98 per cent result. CBSE is set to start its second stage of counseling for students who have appeared for the class X and XII board exams this year from May 20 onwards. The counselling programme will go on till June 10 and will be held on all working days from 8 am to 10 pm.
This year a total of 10,29,874 candidates had registered for the examination out of which 6,03,064 were boys and 4,26,810 were girls. This figure shows an overall increase of 9.32 per cent in the total number of students in comparison to 9,42,035 students last year.
The exam papers were evaluated online for the first time and it remains to be seen how many complaints would pour in on the new process.