Jamshedpur, May 28: DAV Public School, Bistupur, students performed well in the CBSE Class 10 exam. Thirteen students of the school scored 10 CGPA, 13 students scored 9.8 CGPA, 11 students scored 9.6 CGPA, 12 scored 9.4 CGPA, and 11 scored 9.2 CGPA, while 13 students scored 9 CGPA.
Total of 207 students from DAV Public School appeared for the Class 10 this year with 100% students clearing the exam.
Pragya Singh, principal of the DAV, Bistupur, said, “I am satisfied with the overall result and it doesn’t matter if the student has scored 9 or 10 CGPA it’s a part of life and students should strive to improve their performance.”
Principal advised the students who scored 9 CGPA or less to don’t get demoralize and work hard for the next exam as Class 10 result is not the end of life. “Last year 11 students of the school scored 10 CGPA and we just want to improve the overall performance of the school and not only increase the CGPA,” added Singh.
Kumar Agrani of DAV Public School, Bistupur, scored perfect 10 in the class 10. Daughter of a bank manager, Kumar Gautam, Agrani wants to pursue engineering for which she has enrolled at the Prerna Classes and will continue her plus 2 from the same school.
“I was expecting 10 CGPA as I had worked really hard and studied six hours with full concentration daily.” A resident of Mango, Agrani’s mother Punita Kumar Kumari is a housewife.
Prateek Singh of DAV, Bistupur, scored 10 CGPA and gave credit to his parents and teachers for the result. Like many others, Prateek also wants to clear the JEE and get admitted to IIT for his engineering.
Son of businessman SK Singh, Prateek says, “I have joined Prerna Classes and aim to crack the JEE Advanced with flying colors and get admitted to one of the top IITs of the country. Before my Class 10 exam I use to study 6-7 hours a day but now the job becomes tougher and will have to increase the time I give to studies,” added the topper.
A resident of Bhuiyadih, Prateek says he was expecting 10 CGPA as he had given his full focus to the studies. His mother Rekha Singh is a housewife and he loves playing and watching football.