Jamshedpur, May 29: The Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) declared the class 10 results without the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) system after almost seven years. Jasmine Saha of DAV Public School, Bistupur scored 98.8 per cent marks to be crowned topper of the city. She stood second in State’s ranking list. The second topper was Smriti Kumari of Jusco South Park with 98.6 per cent followed by Seemant Sarkar and T Pratham with 98 per cent third from DAV Public School.
Revealing her success mantra, Jasmine said that study on a regular basis and work regularly, for that helps ease the pressure as the exams approach. “I was surprised when I heard that I had topped in the CBSE board exams in the city. I was expecting to score above 90 per cent, but this percentage was definitely a pleasant surprise,” she conceded.
Principal of DAV Public School Bistupur, Pragya Singh expressed happiness over the results of her school with one among the state toppers. “We are really happy with the performance of our students. We have achieved 100 per cent results with 26 students scoring above 95 per cent. As per our study the school has an impressive average of 84.6 per cent,” said Singh.
In Vidya Bharati Chinmaya Vidhyalaya, Anish Kumar Aman topped his school with 97.2 per cent marks. In St Mary’s English School Abhishek kabi was declared topper with 95.8 per cent marks. In Jamshedpur Public School, Nikhil Raj Verma was declared topper with 97.4 per cent.
“We are happy with the performance of our children. The highest percentage has been less but students have performed very well overall. Although we have not done an analysis as whether boys or girls have performed better but it looks like both have done equally good,” said Namita Agarwal, principal, Jamshedpur Public School.
According to information, CBSE class X of Bihar and Jharkhand region acquired a total pass percentage of 87.43. The CBSE results in Bihar and Jharkhand showcased that girls performed far better than boys securing a pass percentage of 89.30 percentage as compared to 87.03 per cent boys passing the board exam
Father Pradeep Marandi, vice principal 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 boys. He 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.