Jamshedpur, May 28: The CBSE class X results were out in Jharkhand on Thursday but without the adrenalin rush and competition for the top position as usual.
Students were busy calculating their cumulative grade point average (CGPA).
St. Mary’s English High School, Bistupur dominated the proceedings and students from the school stole the show in the city and came out winners as 27 of their students bagged the Cumulative Grade Point Average
(CGPA) of 10, highest in comparison to other city schools.
Kasidih High School came a close second with 26 students scoring 10 CGPA.
The students who secured top position included Harshit Agarwal, Chandramaouli Sarkar, Farogh Abbash, Sheikh Sabbir Hossain, Abhinav Mitra, R. Rahul Badami, Pankaj Kumar Singh, Dhyan Hembrom, Piyush
Bharti, Dipansh Lall, Abhishek Kumar, Ipshita Samal, Aparna Mahato, Diksha Singh, PriyankaLMunda, Shruti Trivedi, Suchorita Mallick, Tithi Parna Das, Aditya Kumar, Akashay Kumar, Gaurav Kumar, Prabhat Kumar, Prajwal Kumar, Prem Prakash Tiwary, Rajshekhar Mishra, Ravi Kumar and Samar Mahanty.
“I’m am very delighted with the results as the outcome is more or less the same as we predicted and would like to thank each and every teacher and student who has put in a lot of hard work”, said Fr. David Vincent, Principal of the School.
Harshit Agarwal of St. Mary’s who had scored a perfect 10, said, “I paid attention in class and always clarified doubts with my teachers.
Teachers are helpful and supportive. I am feeling on top of the world.” Another St. Mary’s student, Chandramouli Sarkar who scored perfect 10, gave all the credits for his success to his parents and teachers who helped him a lot. “I want to thank my parents and teachers who at any point of time helped me out and were very supportive”, “Thankfully there are no toppers and so is the race and the superiority complex among students.
We are tension free with grades and the competition of not performing well in marks. The grading
system with the flexibility of appearing from school or the board is an advantage,” said Farogh Abbash,
a student of St. Mary’s who scored 10 CGPA.HEIKH SABBIR HOSSAIN
“The only thing is that me and my friends will not be able to compare our subject wise marks. Otherwise
grading is better because it does not give you the tension,” said Shaikh Sabbir Hussain, a student of St.
Mary’s English School.
Class X CBSE students like last year were given grades and the performance was calculated on the basis
of CGPA instead of marks.
The grading was at a band of 10, which meant students who scored anything.