Schools in the city have fared well in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X examination, the results of which were declared late on Monday night.

Majority of schools posted 100 per cent pass.

All 70 students who sat for the examination at the Greets Public School passed, with 27 securing A1 grade in all subjects.

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In Rajagiri Public School, Kalamassery, all 122 students who appeared for the examination passed and 25 among them secured A1 grade in all subjects.

Out of 99 students who wrote the examination at Sree Narayana Public School, Poothotta, 21 got A1 grade in all subjects out of the 49 who got distinction while the rest got first class.

All 181 students from the Choice School passed the examination while 20 secured A1 in all subjects.

At the S.B.O.A Public Senior Secondary School, 27 students got A1 out of the 85 who recorded distinction, while 43 secured first class and the remaining eight secured second class.

Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Tripunithura, registered 100 per cent pass with 27 out of the 137 students securing A1 grade.

At Toc H Public School, Vytilla, all 128 students passed with 23 securing A1 in all subjects.

IGM School, Elamakkara posted 100 per cent pass in the examination.

Twenty two students out of the 101 who appeared for the examination at the Gregorian Public School secured A1 in all subjects.

Overall 87 students managed distinction, 12 got first class and two secured second class.

All 65 students of the Jama-ath Residential Public School, Padamugal, passed the examination with two securing A1 in all subjects out of the 23 who managed distinction.

All 68 students of the Sreenarayana Vidyapeetam Public School, Tripunithura, passed the examination with 21 securing A1 in all subjects out of the 40 students with distinction while 19 managed first class.

All 77 students who appeared for the examination at the Cochin Public School passed with five managing A1 grade.

At St. Paul's International School, Kalamassery, all 35 students passed with four students securing A out of the 28 who got distinction while seven registered first class.

All students from the Mar Thoma Public School passed the examination with 13 students registering A1.

In Nalanda Public School all 61 students passed the examination with six registering A1 out of the 30 who bagged distinction while the rest managed first class.

All 140 students from the Navy Children School, Kochi passed the examination.

At Alangad Jama-ath Public School, all the 46 students who appeared for the examination secured distinction with 14 among them securing A1 for all subjects.

All 124 students of Vidhyadiraja Vidya Bhavan Senior Secondary School, Angamaly, passed the examination with 27 of them getting A1 in all subjects.

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