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CBSE Class 12 exam: Lucknow students confident ahead of results

Students of some of the leading schools in Lucknow are a confident lot ahead of the results for the 12th standard to be declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) soon.

Board exams 2017 Updated: Jul 11, 2017 17:28 IST
Rajeev Mullick
Rajeev Mullick
Hindustan Times, Lucknow
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Time for our hard work to show: Katyayani Raghuvanshi of Study Hall School, Lucknow, exudes confidence ahead of declaration of CBSE Class 12 results.

Students of some of the leading schools in Lucknow are a confident lot ahead of the results for the 12th standard to be declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) soon.

“I believe destiny is in our hands and so is our board result. The time has come for the hard work to show,” said Katyayani Raghuvanshi of Study Hall School.

Akanksha Singh and Utkrishti Katheriya of The Millennium School are confident to cross the 90% mark. Two others - Rushil Agarwal and Geetika are not tense at all about the results.

Geetika said she has put in her 100% and there is no reason for her to worry. Vatsal Jhunjhunwala of the same school said he was pleasantly anxious about the result. He insists he had done very well in his exams and has already got an admission in a foreign prestigious university.

Millennium School principal Manjula Goswami and her team of teachers held a number of counseling sessions with the students telling them marks alone is not the yardstick to measure their knowledge.

At St Anjani’s Public School, best friends Ujjawal Baudh and Indra Bhaskar of Class 12 Science stream have joined yoga classes together to maintain peace of mind.

But some are nervous. Shagun Dixit and Ronak Prajapati are battling anxiety as both want to get into good colleges outside UP. Everything depends on the percentage of marks.

Commerce student Shivani Arya has won a number of painting competitions at district level, had fine arts as a subject. Her aim is to get admission in the Benares Hindu University (BHU) for Bachelor in Fine Arts. She is keeping herself busy painting portraits at home.

Another commerce student, Shivangi Jauhari is so confident about her performance that she is now spending more time on Facebook and surfing the internet.

But Eva Sharma who has studied Science had Biology is worried about NEET as well as the CBSE results. She has joined music classes in the evening as she finds sitting at home “extremely unnerving.”

At G D Goenka Public School, students are confident about their results. “I’m confident about my Board results and wait eagerly as I’m seeking admission in colleges at Delhi University,” said Sophia Mathai.

Her classmate Aaditya Gupta said “My preparation for board examinations was the stepping stone to qualifying IIT and other top engineering colleges. I’m hopeful of scoring a high percentage.”

Ahmed Faraaz also oozed confidence. “I have done well in these examinations and anticipate great results too,” he said.

Another student, Alok Ranjan said the board examinations were easy but the recent news about scrapping moderation marking is a cause of worry.