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CBSE Class X: more schools get 100 p.c. results

By Our Staff Reporter

KOCHI, MAY 26. Almost all schools following the CBSE stream in and around the city had much to rejoice over X standard results that came out this morning. Over 90 per cent of them put up an excellent show, achieving 100 per cent pass. Most major schools fielded more than 100 students.

Among the schools that put up a good show with 100 per cent pass in the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) was the Choice School (with 146 students appearing for the examination), Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Vaduthala (142), TocH Public School (124), Bhavans Vidya Mandir, Elamakkara (120), Kendriya Vidyalaya-I, Naval Base (119), SBOA Public School, Chittoor (118), Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, Eroor (118), and Bhavan's Adarsh Vidyalaya, Kakkanad (109), and Rajagiri Public School (106), Kalamasseri.

Although there has not been any ranking by the CBSE system, Vishnu B. Kumar from Bhavans Vidya Mandir, Eroor, topped in the district by scoring 97.8 per cent marks.

He got 100 per cent in Social Studies and Sanskrit. His schoolmate, Sreedhar K., stood second getting just one mark less. Sreedhar scored 100 per cent in Mathematics.

Interestingly, there were quite a few students from various schools who scored 100 per cent in Hindi and Malayalam, two subjects generally considered difficult to get full marks. Among the schools which achieved full pass with first class were the Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Al-Ameen Public School, Edapally, Rajagiri Public School, M.G. Public School, Chottanikkara, and Vidyadhiraja Senior Secondary School, Angamaly.

As many as nine students of Chinmaya Vidyalaya scored full marks in Mathematics, with Hindi as second language.

According to sources, the performance of students this year was by and large creditable. Narayanan K. topped at the Chinmaya Vidyalaya by scoring 97 per cent. The school had 126 distinctions.

Al-Ameen Public School had 44 distinctions, with Nasiya Shamsuddeen scoring 94 per cent. Choice School produced 111 distinctions. Elsa George was the school topper with 95 per cent marks.

Fida and Suzanne of Sivagiri Vidyaniketan Public School, Aluva, shared the honours by scoring 95 per cent.

The school had 28 distinctions. The Delta Study, Fort Kochi, had 40 first classes and 22 distinctions. Vinod Venugopal (92.2 per cent) emerged the school topper.

The following are the results and toppers of the other major CBSE schools in the city:

TocH Public School: 119 first class and 80 distinctions. Aleena Mary James (93.4 per cent).

Rajagiri Public School: 106 first class and 96 distinctions. Elizabeth George (97.6 per cent).

Campion School, Edapally: 46 first class and 24 distinctions. Priya P. (95 per cent).

Kendriya Vidyalaya-I, Naval Base: 99 first class and 55 distinctions. Anusree Kurup (96.6 per cent).

Kendriya Vidyalaya-II, Naval Base: 90 first class and 40 distinctions. Subin V. Sivadas (95 per cent).

Kendriya Vidyalaya-III, Kochi Port: 73 first class and 48 distinctions. Anju Thankam Joy (94.6 per cent).

Kendriya Vidyalaya, Ernakulam: Sreedevi Surendran (96.4 per cent).

Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kalamassery: 32 distinctions. Chinchoo Gagarin and V.S. Sreekant (92.4 per cent).

SBOA Public School: 97 first class and 60 distinctions. Akhil Sivadas (92.4 per cent).

Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, Eroor: 116 first class and 103 distinctions. Vishnu B. Kumar (97.8 per cent).

Bhavan's Varuna Vidyalaya, Thrikkakara: 78 first class and 70 distinctions. Aparna V.N. (97 per cent).

Bhavan's Adarsh Vidyalayal, Kakkanad: 108 first class and 90 distinctions. Karina Rose (95.8 per cent).

Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, Elamakkara: 115 first class and 91 distinctions. Azmi Habeeb (96 per cent).

Vidyadhiraja SS School, Angamaly: 62 first class and 38 distinctions. Linsha George (94 per cent).

M.G. Public School, Chottanikkara: 93 first class and 50 distinctions. Sara Jose (94 per cent).

Greets Academy Public School: 75 first class and 55 distinctions. Liya Mary (94 per cent).

Cochin Public School, Thrikkakara: 18 first class and 12 distinctions. Deepak Rangan (93.5 per cent).

S.N. Vidyapeetam Public School, Thripunithura: 23 first class and 11 distinctions.

Kochi Refineries School: 75 first class and 56 distinctions. E.R. Ramya and S. Vignesh (95 per cent).

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