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Steel City students shine bright in CBSE class 12 results


Jamshedpur, May 25: Students of Steel city have proved their mettle once again by shining bright in the CBSE class 12 results which were announced on Monday afternoon.

DAV Public School Bistupur which produced the topper in science, Jamshedpur Public School student topped in Commerce along with other schools which saw some brilliant performance.

“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.

“The students have done quite well this time and overall performance of our school has improved significantly,” said an official of Delhi Public School.

The commerce topper of DAV school too attributes his success to dedicated efforts. “Never lose focus is my success mantra. If your subjects are Maths and Economics it is much easy to score high.”

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 12 examination.

According to the students Maths has been the highest scoring subject followed by Physics and Chemistry. Most of the toppers in schools from the city have already cracked their IIT-JEE. Both boys and girls have equally performed well in the class XII examination.

The performance of the CBSE schools in the city was better this year. Around 3500 students appeared from the CBSE affiliated schools from Jamshedpur this year. Both boys and girls have equally performed well in the class XII examination. 

“We are satisfied with the results. More than 40 students in the batch scored more than 90 per cent. The CBSE results have been good in the city over the years and students have been performing quite well,” said Vipin Sharma, principal, Vidya Bharati Chinmaya Vidyalaya.

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