Orissa boy shatters 5-yr CBSE Class X record

None | ByIndo-Asian News Service, Bhubaneswar
May 29, 2006 02:49 PM IST

Subhankar Mohapatra, a student of the DAV School here, has topped the nationwide Class X CBSE exam, securing 493 marks out of 500. Subhankar broke the previous national record of 98.4 per cent scored by a student in 2000.

Subhankar Mohapatra, a student of the DAV School here, has topped the nationwide Class X CBSE exam, securing 493 marks out of 500. Subhankar broke the previous national record of 98.4 per cent scored by a student in 2000.

Overcome with joy, the school has placed a big hoa

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 SMART BOX
At a glance

• Chennai did the best with 89.44  

   per  cent 

• Ajmer and Chandigarh placed  

  second and third respectively 

• Delhi managed a fifth place with

   68.11 pc

• 283 Delhi students scored more

   than 90 pc

• 353 students scored more than 95

   pc

rding publicising the student's feat. Subhankar secured 99 per cent in Maths, 100 in Science, 96 in Sanskrit and 98 in Social Science.



KC Satapathy, principal of DAV School, proudly said: “No other student has brought such glory to the school.”



At the All-India level, Chennai region continued to lead the CBSE race with the highest pass percentage (89.44) in Class X results.



The results saw Ajmer and Chandigarh take the second and third slots respectively.



Delhi managed a fifth place with 68.11 per cent. 

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