CBSE Class XII results: Soumya Sambhabi of SAI tops in Bhubaneswar zone

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CBSE Class XII results: Soumya Sambhabi of SAI tops in Bhubaneswar zone

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar congratulated all successful students after the results were declared.

Interestingly, around 73,000 students have scored above 90 per cent in the exam and Delhi University has only 58,000 seats to offer to the students.

"'I'm thrilled by the news". Though students and parents are anxious about the moderation policy row, principals and teachers of schools here say, they must not worry and must carry on with the marks they have got. "May you always shine bright".

Securing an impressive 98.4 per cent in the Science stream, the bright student has now set a new record among IHS girls by crossing over the 98 per cent mark.

However, Delhi High court shot down the proposal, saying the rules can not be changed at the eleventh hour.

Dubai schools maintained their positive track record. Garvit, a student of Shalimar Bagh Government School, secured 96.2 per cent and topped the commerce branch.

As per UGN NET 2017 results, the candidates who qualify for the JRF or Junior Research Fellowship will also be eligible for the Assistant Professor post and would be given chance to continue research in the subject of their post-graduation or in a related subject. "I was taking a shower but when he told me the score, I thought he was kidding".

He said the credit for their success goes to their hard work, dedication, parents and teachers. Contrary to the moderation policy followed by the CBSE, many city schools have felt the pinch of a stricter evaluation.

Among the top scorers were A. Deva Krishna of Mahatma Montessori School (CBSE), who scored 490 marks out of 500 with a centum in Biology. The highlight of this year's achievement at ISG was a 100 per cent, scored by Tejas Sasikumar in Mathematics, Priyanka Dasgupta and Palandira Ponnanna Bopaiah in Engineering Graphics and Durva J Mahale in Accountancy. "I hope to make it to one of the top IITs". Titir, an IAS aspirant, said she opted for arts despite a CGPA of 10 in Class X. "He had my blessings", she said. She said: "The children have done well".

The overall pass percentage of the students of state government schools remained at 82.29, government aided 81.63 and private schools 79.27. "Computer science proved to be the best subject in terms of results for us".

"Whereas 28 students appeared for the science (group B) exams and all of them have passed with distinction". This is the eighth straight year that the school has got 100 percent results.

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