As many as 82 students of Spring Dale Senior School scored a perfect cumulative grade points average (CGPA) score of 10 in the Class 10 examinations, the results of which were declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Saturday. In all 396 students had appeared for the exam from the school.
DAV Public School produced 78 perfect scorers, while 95 students scored 9.8 CGPA and 118 got 9.6 CGPA. Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public School, GT Road, which recorded 100% result, 63 out of 414 students got 10 CGPA. Students of Bhavan’s SL Public School also brought laurels as out of 199 students who appeared for the exam, 51 scored 10 CGPA. Of 104 students of Ryan International School, 41 bagged the perfect CGPA while 30 scored above 9 CGPA.
Of 148 students who appeared for the exams from Delhi Public School (DPS), 31 got perfect CGPA of 10, while another 32 scored above 9 CGPA.
Sri Guru Harkrishan Public school, Sultanwind Road, has 28, Sri Guru Harkrishan International School, Ranjit Avenue, produced 20, Khalsa College International Public School has eight and Cambridge International School has six perfect scorers. Seventeen of 179 students of Khalsa College Public School have scored the perfect 10 CGPA, while 22 students have the same feat from the Senior Study II. Also, 65 students of school have scored above 9 CGPA.
Out of 59 students who appeared in the examination from The Millennium School, seven have secured 10 CGPA while the first batch of Great India Presidency School, Attari Road, Chhidan village, has produced a lone student with the perfect score.
The good results recorded by all city schools led to a celebratory mood among students, teachers and parents across the city. During interaction with students with 10 CGPA, most seemed inclined towards pursing science streams.
St Mary’s School shines in Gurdaspur city
Gurdaspur: With its 10 students scoring the perfect 10 CGPA, St Mary’s School has outdone other schools in Gurdaspur city. These students are Jatin Kumar, Parneet Kaur, Jabardeep Singh, Tamanna, Shivani, Jagnoor Kaur, Manvi Saini, Komalpreet Kaur, Samleen Kaur and Avneet Kaur.
Gurdaspur Public School has six students with CGPA 10. One of these students, Raj Kamal, who has also been the head girl of the school, said she will opt for non-medical stream as she wants to become a software engineer.
There are two students from the school who are named Raghav Mahajan and have also scored the perfect CGPA. Both want to become chartered accountants. Other students are Shubhangi, Shifali and Simarpreet Singh.
St Kabir School located in Sathiali village in remote area of the district has produce five students with perfect score. They are Kajal, Parneet Kaur, Kamalpreet Kaur, Ramanjit Kaur and Anriti Thakur.