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CBSE Std XII result rings in cheer, humanities trending as marks soar

PUBLISH DATE 29th May 2017

Most Schools In Pune Get 100% Success

Going with the national trend, humanities student Nandini Raju from Army Public School emerged as the probable topper from the city, with 98.2% score, while science student Akshat Chugh from Delhi Public School scored 98% in the class XII results announced by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday .

At the national level, humanities student Raksha Gopal from Noida topped with 99.6%.Almost all schools in the city, including Kendriya Vidyalayas, registered a 100% result.

As many as 305 students from APS, Wanowrie, appeared for the exam and achieved 100% success rate. With 97.2% score, Amogh Ratnaparkhi topped the science stream at the school.Pournima Joseph scored 95.4% in the commerce stream.

The Delhi Public School had 126 students appearing for the exam. Science student Akshat, who topped the joint entrance exam (JEE) Mains for admission to engineering, scored 98% to top the school. Tanya Gupta scored 96% to top the commerce stream in the school, whereas M V Sampriti scored 94.6% in humanities.

From DAV Public School, 238 students appeared for the exam and all of them passed.Rohit Sahastrabuddhe scored 97.4% to top the school.

A press note issued by APS, Khadki, said the school registered 100% success rate with science student Kirti scoring 95.4%, commerce student Teesta Singh scoring 94% and Asmi ta Sen scoring 94.6% in humanities. All three topped the school in their respective streams.

From the Sanskriti School, 17 students appeared for the exam and all passed. Principal Devyani Mungali said, “We measure our success by the performance of the whole batch, and we are proud that the entire batch has performed well.“

The City International School, Wanowrie, recorded 97.5% success rate. Shramona Roy scored 97.2% to top the school.

From the GG International School, 51students appeared for the exam and Aditya Ahuja scored 94% to top the school in the science stream. Principal Bharti Bhagwani said, “It is the value-based learning approach that makes all students unique and prepares them to take up challenges in their stride.“

The Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) Air Force Station registered 100% results in the commerce and humanities stream. Aditya Patel (science) topped the school with 94.6%. At KV DIAT, Gaurav Bobde scored 84.4% to top from the science faculty . At KV BEG, Rashi Singh (science) topped with 93%.

STUDENT SPEAK

BUSTING THE MYTH

An aspiring journalist, Nandini Raju from Army Public School, said the trend of humanities or arts students scoring above those from the science stream is gradually picking up. “The myth of science being better than the other streams is now being busted.

In my batch alone, about 5-6 students who scored high in standard X took up humanities for further studies,“ she said, adding that she always wanted to take up arts.

Nandini, a Bharatnatyam dancer, said she is now looking forward to securing admission at Delhi University or Christ University in Bengaluru.

BEATING THE ODDS

Recovering from paralysis below the neck, Harmehar Kaur Grewal never let the physical disability take a toll on her studies. Exhibiting rare grit, she scored 91.4% in Std XII to secure the second spot in humanities at the Army Pubic School, Khadki.

As per school officials, Harmehar's positive and never-give-up attitude helped her tide over the difficult times. “I was just 12 years of age when I met with an accident, resulting in paralysis below the neck. Even doctors felt that I will never recover and there had been people who told me to discontinue school then. But, I never gave up. With support from my parents and school authorities, I continued with my studies and the results are here,“ Harmehar said, adding that she had a tough time managing studies with her physiotherapy sessions.