Jamshedpur : Students are happy and satisfied with their CBSE results.
When asked about her amazing success, the Anjali of Jamshedpur Public School, who CGPA of 10 points promptly answered, “ I am happy with my performance and my goal is to become a successful lady. Consistent hard work and a focused approach kept me going.
I worked for hours round the year and revised my course regularly.”
The commerce topper Debangshu Banarjee from Jamshedpur Public School too attributes his success to dedicated efforts. “Never lose focus is my success mantra.
If your subjects are Maths it is much easy to score high.”
Revealing her success mantra, Harshit Agrawal from St Mary’s English School, Bistupur.said that study on a regular basis and work regularly, for that helps ease the pressure as the exams approach.
On the other hand Pragya Singh, principal of DAV Public School, said that it is the hard work plus passion and dedication for achieving is important.
Students of the city proved their merit in the CBSE examination rejoiced along with the school authorities. School campuses and cyber cafes were choc-a-bloc soon after the results got declared. Students from the city have high scoring performances in the class 10 examination.
However students complained they had expected a better result, school authorities said the results were overall satisfactory. Principals too in various schools were seeing contended with the results of their schools.
Science students however scored their best in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry while commerce have scored well in English. On the other hand students having biology as subjects have scored much lower than pure science.
“I am satisfied with the overall performance of my students. Not only the toppers but other students too have fared well in their examinations,” a senior teacher of Jamshedpur Public School. According to the students Maths has been the highest scoring subject followed by Physics and Chemistry.
Despite low scale performance there were students who said that their performance were satisfactory. Stressing on the need to consistent performance Anubhav Sinha, topper of science said, “Study on a regular basis. Don’t let work pile up it gets harder the longer you put it off. Work regularly, for that helps ease the pressure as the exams approach.”
“I am overall happy with my students. I did not expect too much but I am very happy with the topper. I give the credit to my teachers and my staff and of course to my students, “said Vipin Sharma, principal of Vidya Bharati Chinmaya Vidyalaya.
A teacher of St. Mary’s English High School said that the results were better as compared to last year for both boys and girls. Both girls and boys have performed equally better but the toppers list was occupied mostly by girls.
“We are happy with the performance of our children. We have registered better performance,” said Namita Agarwal, principal, Jamshedpur Public School.