CBSE Class 10 result: Full marks to teachers’, students’ perfection
After the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class-10 results on Tuesday evening, heavy traffic choked its website but small celebrations went on in schools.punjab Updated: May 20, 2014 23:46 IST
After the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class-10 results on Tuesday evening, heavy traffic choked its website but small celebrations went on in schools.
The students and parents shared the good news on mobile phones and many danced to the dhol beats to express their joy over the performance.
Cambridge International’s 11 students have scored CGPA (cumulative grade point average) 9 or more and the result is 100%, says principal Sunita Babu. At Spring Dale Senior, when the results based on continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) system were out, party noise broke the silence at the end of a usual day. Students rushed to school, unmindful that it was late evening.
All 326 candidates from the school were through, and 29 had the perfect CGPA of 10. Lauding the CCE system, principal Rajiv Kumar Sharma said it had highlighted personality traits and values of students and improved the overall scores.
“It also reflects the amount of hard work our teachers have put in,” he said. At Discipline Disciple International School (DDIS) Vrinda Ahuja (9.8) and Palak (9.6) had top two CGPAs, while Vritti Mehra and Abhishek were joined third.
Senior Study-2 had 18 scores of perfect 10, which means as many ‘A’ grades in all subjects. “The hard work of the teachers and students has borne fruits,” said principal Vijay Mehra. Of the 425 candidates from DAV Public, 59 had the perfect average. “It is a very good number,” said principal Neera Sharma.
Harkrishan International had 19 students with a CGPA of 9 plus. Amanpreet Kaur, Ujala, Pawanpreet Kaur, Kunal, Jasmine, Ravneet, Taranpreet Singh, Gurnoor Singh and Inder Singh were in that league.
Delhi Public School had 14 perfect scores out of 105 and DAV International, against 276 students, had 39 10s. Overall, 100 students averaged 9 or more. Principal Anjana Gupta said she was delighted.
Kendra Vidyalaya-1, where 213 had sat the examination, 27 have CGPA 10, and 60 have earned an average of more than 9. Of the 142 candidates from Khalsa College Public School, 12 students have ultimate flawless score. “Grade A1 has gone to 15 students. I congratulate all brilliant students,” said principal Sarvjit Kaur Brar.
Gurdaspur schools excel
Mankaran Singh is the only one of 94 candidates from Gurdaspur Public School with a perfect tally of 10. Prabhleen Kaur is next with 9.6, followed by Isha and Kriti Sharma at 9.4. Principal Archna Bahl congratulated all.
St Mary’s Senior Secondary School had 11 students were the prefect grade. Pranav Kundan, Prince, Harpreet Singh, Hitesh Attri, Awalpreet Kaur, Radhika, Simaranjit, Shikhar Mahajan, Shubhankar Dutta, Sahil Gorkha, and Sabreet Kaur are the brilliant candidates. Of the 64 students the school had sent to the test, 24 others have averaged 9 or more. Principal Rano Bakshi gave the credit to the children’s parents and teachers.