Jamshedpur, May 16: Students of Steel city have once again proved their mettle scoring whooping marks in the ICSE, ISC exam results declared on Monday morning.
Utkarsh Tyagi of Hill Top School and Surbhi Singh of DBMS English School were declared the Jharkhand toppers in ISC Science while Shreya Palit of Hill Top School scored 98.4 percent in ICSE to bag first position in city while finishing second best in Jharkhand.
Shreya Palit, a student of Hill Top School, Telco has topped the city with 98.4 per cent marks in the class 10th ICSE examination while she grabbed the second position in the state. Close behind her were Shilpy Agarwal of DBMS English School and Vinay Kumar Agarwal of Narbheram Hansraj with 98.2 per cent.
Utkarsh wants to be a Computer Science Engineer
Talking about success, Utkarsh talking to The Avenue Mail said that he wants to pursue career in field of Computer and become a computer science engineer.
Son of Nand Kishore Agrawal, employee of Tata Motors, Utkarsh who scored 98.75 percent gives credit to his teachers and parents for their extreme support. “I scored 277 in JEE Mains and preparing for the Advanced as I want to get into IIT or top NIT College, said Utkarsh adding that I don’t believe in studying hours but make strategy before studying”. Resident of Telco his mother (Sandhya Tyagi) is a teacher at Candy Floss School.
Surbhi of DBMS joint state topper
Surbhi Singh of DBMS English School was adjudged the joint city topper in ISC (Science) along with Utkarsh Tyagi of Hill Top School scoring 98.75 percent. Surbhi who lost his father (Vinod Kr. Singh) back in 2004 when she was a little kid gives credit to her maternal grandfather who helped her provide financial support and assist her in studies. Surbhi’s mother Meena Singh is a house wife.
“My maternal grandfather is a retired Electrical Head from NML and after my father’s death; he has been the backbone of our family providing every possible support”, said the Sitaramdera resident. “I want to build a carrier in chemical or petrochemical Engineering and want to help my mother and family members who have taken me this far, said Surbhi adding that her aunty Aarti Choudhary and her school teachers whom we can call at time during night have been very supportive.
“I scored 125 in JEE Mains and now I’m gearing up for JEE Advanced after which my career will take a giant leap”, added Surbhi. Little Flower School’s Dipti Garg scored 98.5 percent while Loyola School’s Adarsh Arya notched up 98 percent.
Schools in the city notched up a good performance in the ICSE /ISE examinations, the results of which were announced on Monday.
In ISC (Commerce) Hill Top School’s Priya Ghosh stood second with 98.25, while Sacred Heart Convent School’s Ankita V Parikh scored 98 per cent and came third. Loyola School’s Samarth Vishal topped ISC in arts with 98.5 percent.
Meanwhile, ISC topper Utkarsh Tyagi said “I am happy with my performance. I am keeping my fingers crossed and I want to pursue my career in the field of reaserch.”
Meanwhile scorching heat failed to dampen the spirits of the achievers as the internet cafes witnessed a huge rush on today as curious students thronged the cyber houses to know the results.
Nonetheless, the toppers of the city who have made their school and family proud with their performance have are looking forward to excel in their professional life too.
Schools by and large expressed satisfaction over the outcome of the results. “Our students have shown their mettle in the academic fields. We wish them all the best for their future,” said Rajani Shekar, principal of DBMS.
Principals believed that the class XII results were more scoring than class X results as English was tough with 80-85 as the average number that was scored.
Jharkhand had an overall pass percentage of 98.54 per cent in ICSE and 97.27 per cent in ISC. The state had a total number of 10,058 examinees in class X out of which 5493 that is 54.61 per cent were boys and 4565 which makes it 45.39 per cent were girls.
In ISC 4,144 students appeared from Jharkhand out of which 2064 (49.81 per cent) were boys and 2080 (50.19 per cent) were girls. Candidates from a total of 92 schools appeared in class X while ISC students appeared from 45 schools.