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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday declared the class 10 results. Students can check their results on CBSE's official website and Digilocker. India’s Thiruvananthapuram region has topped the board results with the highest pass percentage of 99.99 per cent.
In the UAE, students of International Indian School, Al Jurf, Ajman, secured a superb result in CBSE grade 10 board examinations.
The school overall average is an impressive 74.99%. Jenet John Vadakke secured the top position in school with a stellar score of 97.6% followed by Midhun Madhu at 95.8% and Jemshiya Sulfikkar at 95.8%.
The school scored a 100 per cent result with 164 students appearing for the exams. 22 of the total students scored above 90%, and 88 students scored distinctions and 51 separately scored 1st divisions. Jemshiya is the top scorer in English with 100% and Jenet John, Midhun Madhu, Deva Nandha Rajesh and Aibel Benny are the top scorers in Social Science with 100%.
The quality of the result speaks volumes of the hard work of students and faculty. We commend an wish all of them the best’ noted Principal of the school Qurat Ul Ain.
Sharjah’s Emirates National School presented 252 students for the CBSE class X assessment and achieved a 100% pass profile. Jean Joshua Panicker topped the school with 97.4%.
The second position is shared by Asha Saravanakumar and Azra Hanaan with 96%. The third position is also shared by Abhinav Vinod Kumar and Aswin Raj with 95.8%.
Out of 252 students registered, 63 students secured above 90% and 180 students obtained more than 75%. School Principal Ravi Thomas was all smiles with the excellent performance of the students.
In Ajman, Habitat School is once again radiating with pride as the students of Grade 10 achieved stellar results in the 2020-21 CBSE board exam and made the school proud.
Sabera Khan secured the top position in school with 97.6%, followed by Archana Peedikaparambil Sajeesh at 96.6% and Harish Ravishandran at 96.4%. A total of 189 students appeared for the exam and the school scored a 100 per cent result.
The highlight of the result is that the school scored a scintillating average of 76.72% overall. 29 of the total students scored above 90% and 93 of the students scored distinctions in addition to those that secured 90 percent and above and 68 separately scored above 60 percentage points.
"Students and the faculty worked hard, parental support was great. It is great achievement and we congratulate the students who have brought laurels to the school," said Principal Bala Reddy Ambatti.
Its report issued on Monday highlighted the fact that the number of higher education students in the country during the 2018-2019 academic year is 295,626, including 191,887 male students accounting for 64.9 per cent, and 103,739 female students accounting for 35.1 per cent.
"All ongoing examinations of the board for classes 10 and 12, being held in examination centres in India and abroad, and scheduled between 19.03.2020 to 31.03.2020 (both dates inclusive), shall be rescheduled after 31st March, 2020," a statement by CBSE read.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, announced results for the class 12th exams on Monday after much delay and uncertainty. Most of the schools responded positively as the results were well up to their expectation. However, many students were not satisfied as examination was not conducted for a few subjects due to COVID-19 pandemic and marks were allotted as per the new scheme.
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