Jalandhar schools fare better in Class 10 CBSE results

  • Aakanksha N Bharadwaj, Hindustan Times, Jalandhar
  • Updated: May 29, 2016 15:22 IST
Students of Innocent Hearts Public School, Jalandhar, celebrating their success in Jalandhar on Saturday. (Pardeep Pandit/HT)

The schools here have fared better than last year in the Class-10 examination, the results of which were declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Saturday.

A large number of students of Innocent Hearts Public School, Police DAV Public School and MGN School, Adarsh Nagar, have 10 CGPA (cumulative grade point average).

A total of 64 students from Innocent Hearts School, Green Model Town, scored a perfect 10 with the school taking the lead whereas Police DAV Public School has given the former a tough competition with 62 students from the school bagging 10 CGPA.

A total of 209 students had appeared in the examination in Innocent Hearts Green, Model Town, School and 432 students had appeared in the examination from Police DAV Public School.

MGN Adarsh Nagar

MGN Adarsh Nagar School has come third with its 45 students scoring 10 CGPA.

Last time, Police DAV Public School took a lead with its 32 students getting perfect CGPA whereas Innocent Hearts school had 23 students with 10 points and 27 students from MGN School, Adarsh Nagar, had topped.

As many as 38 students of Apeejay school, 33 from Swami Sant Dass Public School, 28 students from MGN School, Urban Estate, 24 students from Guru Amardass Public School, 23 students from Delhi Public School, 21 from Cambridge international Co-Educational school, 19 from Cambridge girls school, 14 students from Innocent Hearts, Loharan, nine from CJS Public School, 10 from State Public School, seven from La Blossom School, four from Army public School, six students each from Mayor World School and IVY School, three students of the CT Public School have also bagged 10 CGPA.

On the day of declaration of the results, the students in the various schools were seen in a jubilant mood as they all gathered in their respective schools and celebrated with their friends.

Shreya Sharma, a student of MGN school, Adarsh Nagar, who has scored 10 CGPA, said that the moment the results got declared, she immediately went to school and celebrated there.

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