Indore: CBSE results bring cheers for students
Monday afternoon brought cheers for thousands of anxious class 12 students, their parents and teachers as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) finally declared its class 12 results.
This year 10,40368 students sat for the examination in the country. In Indore, nearly 7,000 students from more than 100 CBSE schools appeared for the examination. Students from most of the schools reportedly did well out of which a few reported 100 per cent success.
As per the reports from various schools, Jasmin Kaur Chabbara, student of Mata Gujri Girls Public School, with 97.2 per cent topped the Commerce stream, followed by Nikunj Binani of Choithram School (Manikbagh campus) with 97 per cent marks.
An elated Chabbara credited her success to school teachers, parents and her hard work for the success. Binani, who scored 100 in Accounts said, “I was always confident of securing good result as I had work hard throughout the year.”
In Science stream, Medini Tolpadi of Indore Public School secured the top position with 96.6 per cent marks followed by Nipun Sood of Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vihar with 96 per cent.
Revealing her success mantra, Tolpadi said she stuck to a timetable and emphasized on previous year‘s question papers that helped her to overcome the pressure.
In Humanities, Shreya Suresh of Daly College, Indore became the topper with 96.2 per cent mark respectively.
Indore Sahodaya School Complex former president and Prestige Public School principal Prakash Choudhary said, “The overall result is quite motivating for both students and the teachers and now, students and parents must ensure they maintain the same tempo in future examinations.”
“Overall result is around 82% in Indore and the girls yet again outperformed the boys. With 87 per cent girls tasting success against 77 per cent of the boys,” Choudhary further said.
Indore Sahodaya School Complex joint secretary and Indus World School principal, Archana Sharma said that quality-wise the result is far better but quantity-wise it’s marginally less as compared to the previous year.
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Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday said his government has prepared a plan to promote natural farming on 50,000 acres of land. He said that farmers having land below 2.5 acres will be provided 50% subsidy for buying indigenous cows if they voluntarily adopt natural farming. Haryana agriculture minister JP Dalal said that 700 agriculture development officers will be recruited soon to provide better assistance to the farmers.
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One person was killed and Sandeep Kumar's mother got injured in an accident that led to a pileup in Fatehabad on Sunday, said police. The accident took place when Sandeep Kumar along with his mother Maya Devi was going to Fatehabad.
Reiterating its demand to revoke Agnipath scheme, the Congress on Sunday said the new recruitment policy was yet another ill-conceived disruption by the Centre that will create new problems for India's national security. “This government acts first, and then starts thinking. Many amendments have already been made in the last few days, but the youth of the country are demanding its complete rollback,” said Ranjeet Ranjan, Congress' Rajya Sabha MP, in a news conference here.