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CBSE results: Schools in Pune register 100% success, principals say hard work paid off

Global Indian International School, Chinchwad; Army Public School Kirkee ; Sanskriti School; City International School, Wanowrie performed well in the CBSE Class 12 results

pune Updated: May 03, 2019, 15:34 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Pune
CBSE Class 12 results were announced on Thursday.  (Image used for representation purpose only)
CBSE Class 12 results were announced on Thursday. (Image used for representation purpose only)(HT/PHOTO)

The city schools have performed well in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 results which were declared on Thursday.

Anushka Krishna and Barnita Basanta, the students of Army Public School Kirkee that secure 100% pass percentage, scored 97.8 per cent in humanities. The school’s Vibhu Sharma scored 97.6 per cent in science and Saurabh Jadhav 96.4 per cent in commerce to top in their streams.

Aadit Deshpande of Sanskriti School who scored 97.2 per cent said, “It was a surprise for me, as the results were declared early this year. I studied hard throughout the year and my parents supported me.”

In the Global Indian International School, Chinchwad, 81 students appeared for the exam and all of them have passed. Mehak Johari and Madhura Gune scored 97.4 per cent each to top in the school in humanities. Sanskriti School registered 100 per cent result and Aadit Deshpande emerged as the school topper with 97.2 per cent. Devyani Mungali, director and founder of school, said, “Siddharth Mungale (93.2 per cent) and Snehal Kaushal (88.8 per cent) also excelled in music this year at a national competition Anveshan.”

The students of City International School, Wanowrie, secured 100 per cent results. Of the 195 students that appeared for this year’s board exam, 39 scored 90 per cent marks, 77 passed with distinction and 69 secured first class.

Dnyaneshwar L Shinde, officiating principal of Army Public School, Dighi, said, “The school has secured 100 per cent result. Sahil Mohite topped in science with 94.4 per cent, Khushi Sachdev (92 per cent) in commerce and Remya R (91.8 per cent) in humanities.”

Neelam Chakrabarty, principal of Delhi Public School, said, “All the 141 students that appeared for the exam have passed. Shubha Mukherji topped in the school with 97.8 per cent in humanities. Medha Arora in commerce stream with 97.4 per cent and Snehil Srivastava in science with 96.4 per cent.”

Amrita Vohra, principal, Global India International School, Chinchwad, said, “Students who scored above 80 per cent are 76 per cent. Out of the 80 students who appeared for the exams, 27 have scored above 90 per cent.”

Sharada Rao, vice-principal, Orbis School, said, “Our first batch of Class 12 has passed with flying colours.”

Bharti Bhagwani, principal, Goyal Ganga International School, expressed her delight and congratulated each student. “Our school has an important role to play in ensuring that the students are not only prepared for competitive exams, but are able to also score well in boards.”

Quotes

“I am overwhelmed right now, as I didn’t expect such good results. I balanced my studies with music. Also, I had a study partner which helped me to follow a strict timetable.I want to pursue my further studies in psychology.”

-Shubha Mukherji, Delhi Public School, Pune topper (scored 97.8 per cent)

“I studied from the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) books and solved previous years question papers which helped. Now, I am preparing for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) exams.”

-Sneha Subhash Gondukupi topper from DAV Public School, (scored 97.6 per cent)

“My school teachers always supported me and encouraged me to study well. I used a hearing aid and with the help of speech therapy, I have achieved this success.”

-Hritik Goyal, disabled student of DAV Public School (scored 81.6 per cent)

“On average, our students have done very well this year and more than 50 per cent of the students have scored above 90 per cent. And surprisingly the results were declared early by the CBSE board, so the students can enjoy their summer holidays now.”

-CV Madhavi, principal DAV Public School

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