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CENTRAL BOARD of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X results has brought cheer to leading schools in Bhopal, with students performing quite well. At least five schools claimed to have posted 100 per cent results. They include Delhi Public School, St Theresa School, St Thomas S S School, St Mary?s School and Sagar Public School.

india Updated: May 28, 2006 14:01 IST

CENTRAL BOARD of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X results has brought cheer to leading schools in Bhopal, with students performing quite well. At least five schools claimed to have posted 100 per cent results. They include Delhi Public School, St Theresa School, St Thomas S S School, St Mary’s School and Sagar Public School.

Pranay Vyas of Jawaharlal Nehru School BHEL apparently took top honours among candidates in City scoring 96.6 per cent marks, while close at his heels is Sneha Jha of St Joseph’s Co-Ed School who scored 96.2 per cent marks. Many students of different school posted percentages above 95.

The Hindustan Times team compiled detailed results of several schools in the City. The results are mainly as claimed by the schools themselves.

Jawaharlal Nehru School, BHEL: Out of the 262 students 228 students secured first division with 28 students securing above 90 per cent aggregate marks and 148 students securing above 75 per cent marks. Pranay Vyas topped the school with 96.6 per cent, followed by Saurav Goyal at second position with 95.6 per cent.

Shreya Sukalikar and Ayushi Agrawal jointly secured third position with 94.8 per cent marks. Principal Ms P A Nair congratulated the students.

Carmel Convent S S School, BHEL: Dhriti Bhatt has topped the school with 96.2 per cent aggregate marks, out of the 237 students who had appeared for the Class X examination. Garima Nema stood second with 95.6 per cent and Shrestha Shukla at 95.4 per cent.

Thirty-one students have secured above 90 per cent and the remaining 217 have secured above 60 per cent aggregate marks. The highest scorers in English are Dhriti Bhatt with 95 per cent marks. Sanah Fatima Naqvi has scored the highest (90) in Hindi; Dhriti Bhatt and Shruti Joshi have scored the highest (99) in Sanskrit; Arushi Washne has scored the highest of 99 per cent marks in Mathematics.

In Science, as many as five students - Srajan Shrivastava, Priyasha Tripathi, Navya Vidur, Nimarlina Shet, Nimisha Sharma and Shruti Joshi scored 99 per cent.

Three students scored 99 per cent in Social Science namely Saumya Chaturvedi, Neha Sharma and Shrestha Shukla.
St Joseph’s Co-Ed School: Out of the 256 students who appeared for the exam, 202 secured first division. Sneha Jha has topped the school with 96.2 per cent aggregate marks, followed by Nipun Jesuja with 96 per cent and Sonal Jain with 93.3 per cent  marks. Nipun has scored a commendable score of 98 per cent  in mathematics and 100 in Social Sciences. Sneha has secured 98 per cent marks.

St Joseph’s Convent S S School, Idgah Hills: Out of the 226 students, 214 students secured first division. Mahima Nair and Deepika Kuchimanchi have topped the school with 95.6 per cent  aggregate marks. Thirty students have secured above 90 per cent aggregate.

One student Aditi Gaur has secured 100 per cent in Sanskrit language. Six students secured 98 in Sanskrit including Stuti Jain, Mahima Nair, Honey Tharani, Deepika Kuchimanchi, Deepakshi Tiwari and Ankita Asai. In Social Science, the top scorers are Aditi Sharma and Karishma Chhabaria with 99 marks. The top scorers in mathematics are Vartika Agrawal, Ankita Asai and  Mahima Nair with 99 marks. In Science, the top scorer is Pratima Rathore with 99 marks.

Delhi Public School: The school has achieved the unique distinction of giving 100 per cent result for the consecutive third year in Class-X.  Kanu Sahai has topped with 94.8 per cent marks followed by Rashi Khatri (92.8 per cent ) and Prerna Vijay (91 per cent).

The landmark of this year’s result is that 99.28 per cent  of the students have got 1st Division i.e. 137 students secured 60 per cent and above marks out of total strength of 138. As many as 60.14 per cent of the students appeared have more than 75 per cent marks in aggregate which is the best amongst the schools of Bhopal.

The highest marks subject wise are Science (99 per cent), Kushagra Sharma and Pranjal Joshi, Social Studies (99 per cent, Prerna Vijay and Kanika Gupta, Mathematics (97 per cent), Setu Saxena, Sanskrit  (96 per cent), Kanu Sahai and Rashi Khatri, English (94 per cent), Disha Dixit, Hindi (93 per cent), Aditya Sharma, French (93 per cent), Advait S Chouhan. Principal Ajay K Sharma congratulated the students for their excellent performance

Bal Bhavan School: Out of 120 students who appeared for the Class X exam, 48 students have secured above 80 per cent and the class average is 73 per cent. Shruti Bharve has topped the school with 94 per cent, followed by Prateek Deo with 93 per cent, Prachi Panchratna, Shipra Bhatt, Paridhi Agrawal and Binu Thomas - all with 92 per cent aggregate marks. Principal Anuradha Joshi congratulated students for their excellent performance.

Campion School: Out of 208 students, who appeared for the exam, 14 students have secured more than 90 per cent marks, 70 students have secured between 80-89.9 per cent marks and 59 students have secured between 70 per cent - 79.9 per cent. Anant Jain is the school topper with 93.8 per cent, followed by Nishiket Kataria with 93 per cent.

Aditya Agrawal and Nakul Kumar Vyas jointly secures third position with 92.8 per cent aggregate marks. The students who have scored 100 per cent in Science are Anant Jain, Shlok Dave and Aditya Agrawal. Those who scored 100 per cent in mathematics are Chirag Sidana, Syed Sifaq Ahmed, Vedant Biyani, Nakul Kumar Vyas and Anugrah Jain. Nishiket Kataria, Anshul Sachdev, Saish Tedia and Chirag Sidana have secured 99 per cent marks in social sciences.

St Theresa’s S S School: The school has given 100 per cent results, as all students out of 107 students who appeared for the exam have passed. Amrita Jain is the school topper with 91.4 per cent marks. Of the 107 students who had appeared for the exam, 24 students secured more than 75 per cent marks and 53 students secured more than 60 per cent.

St Thomas S S School, Ayodhya nagar: A total of 51 students appeared for the Class X exams, out of which all the students passed, thereby giving 100 per cent results to the school. Total 70 per cent students secured first division and the remaining 30 per cent students secured second division. Jibin Johnson has topped the school with 85 per cent aggregate marks followed by Shivam Yadav with 84.6 per cent and Kracarth Patwa with 84.2 per cent marks secured second and third positions respectively.

Sharda Vidya Mandir, Berkhedi Kalan: Out of the 80 students who had appeared for the exam, 31 students have received distinctions.

Two students have secured above 90 per cent, 38 students have secured between 70 per cent and 89 per cent and 18 students have secured between 60-69 per cent aggregate marks. Shivangi Joshi and Indu Rani bagged the top positions with 91.2 per cent and Sonal Bisen following suit with 89.8 per cent aggregate marks. Shivangi Joshi has secured 100 per cent in Science and Indu Rani has scored 99 per cent in Science. School director Dr Savithri Natarajan and school principal Sangeeta Bakshi congratulated students for their outstanding performance.

Kendriya Vidyalaya: About 160 students appeared for Class X from KV1 out of which 150 students passed. The results has been 93.75 in KV1, whereas in KV2 the result has been 95 per cent, KV3 has got 91 per cent results and KV, Bairagarh has got 85 per cent.

In KV1, 8 students have secured more than 90 per cent aggregate marks, 56 students have secured more than 75 per cent aggregate marks and 114 students have secured more than 60 per cent. Akash Jain has topped the school with 93.6 per cent marks, followed by Abhishek Kumar Gawande and Shubham Shrivastava on second position with an aggregate of 93.4 per cent each. Prajakta and Saundarya have jointly stood third with 92.8 per cent marks. This was informed by the principal Mr Sunil Shrivastava.

St Mary’s S S School: The result of the school has been excellent with 53 students out of 135  securing above 75 per cent
aggregate marks and with 100 per cent results. Anshu Agrawal has topped the school with 90.2 per cent, followed by Akash Verma on second position with 90 per cent and Mansi Mishra on third position with 89 per cent marks.

Mithi Gobindram Public School: Out of 109 students of the school 28 students have scored more than 75 per cent marks and 37 students have been placed in First Division scoring more than 60 per cent marks. Harsha Tahalni scored 95 in Maths. Divya Vaswani scored 94 in science. Seven students have scored more than 90 per cent marks in Social Science. Two students scored highest in English, Chitra Vaswani and Komal Ramchandani with 86 marks.

Sagar Public School: The school achieved 100 per cent result. Harish Godki stood first by scoring 97 marks in Science and 95 in Maths, Abhishek Nath scored 95 in Science and 92 in Maths, Ankur Bhatnagar scored 95 in Social Science. Out of 34 students 10 got above 75 per cent Distinctions, 18 I Division and 6 II Division. Principal Dr Jaishree Kanwar congratulated teachers and students for this outstanding performance. St. Paul Senior Secondary School: Out of 104 students, 14 students secured distinction and 62 students secured first division. 

The toppers are Kuber Narayan Kushawah with 91.2 per cent, Kapil Gehani on second position with 88.6 per cent and Nidhy Malviya with 87.6 per cent respectively.

Maharishi Centre for Educational Excellence: Out of 90 students, who appeared for the exam, 98 per cent students have passed and 61 per cent students have secured first division. Seven students have secured above 80 per cent marks. Piyush Khare has topped the school with an aggregate of 86.8 per cent, followed by Khushbu Singh with 86.6 per cent and Jitesh Jodhani with 84.6 per cent marks.