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Proud moment:Jubilant students of Holy Angels School in the city.
Proud moment:Jubilant students of Holy Angels School in the city.

Staff Reporter

CBSE, ICSE exam results

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CBSE and ICSE schools in Thiruvananthapuram have performed creditably in the Class X and XII examinations, the results for which were announced on Wednesday. In the AISSCE examinations, St. Thomas Central School bagged 100 per cent result in science, commerce and humanities streams. A total of 277 students appeared for the exam, out of which 168 secured distinction. Kendriya Vidyalaya, Pattom, secured all pass in the humanities stream. In the commerce and science streams, the school bagged 99 per cent and 98 per cent pass respectively. Loyola School bagged a pass percentage of 98.

Out of the 74 students who appeared for the examination from Sainik School, 29 secured distinction and 37, first class. In Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, 21 got distinction and 19, first class. As many as 15 students of GR Public School secured distinction and 16, first class.

Of the 79 students of Christ Nagar Senior Secondary School, 67 secured distinction and 12, first class. Sree Chithira Thirunal Residential Central School got 99 per cent pass. As many as 188 out of the 256 students from Arya Central School secured distinction and 60, first class.

Sivagiri Sree Narayana Senior Secondary School, Varkala, registered a pass per cent of 98. From Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 71 secured distinction and 92, first class. Holy Angels School secured 99 per cent pass with 27 getting distinction and 18, first class. Of the 53 students from Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, 24 got distinction and 29, first class.

In the ISC examinations, Holy Angels ISC School, Nanthancode, secured 100 per cent pass with 84 securing distinction and 21, first class. Chinmaya Vidyalaya and St Thomas Residential School also posted 100 per cent pass. Chinmaya Vidyalaya got 47 distinctions and 19 first classes while St. Thomas secured 129 distinctions. Of the 108 students of Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, 76 got distinction and 32, first class. The four schools mentioned above also registered 100 per cent pass in the ICSE Class X examinations. St Thomas had 159 students securing distinction, while Holy Angels had 119 distinction and 11, first class. Chinmaya Vidyalaya had 59 distinctions and 31, first classes. Lecole Chempaka registered hundred percent pass, with 13 students securing distinction and four, first class. At Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, 177 secured distinction and four, first class.

School toppers

CBSE, science: Vidhya N (Holy Angels School, 94 per cent), Adarsh Mohan (Sainik School, 92), Varun A. (St. Thomas Central School, 96.4), Rahul R. (JNV, 93), Civin.V. (SSNSS School, 95.6), Shani N. (Christ Nagar Senior Secondary School, 96), R. Bharat (K.V. Pattom, 96.6), Anuja Vijayan (Sree Chithra Public School, 90), Vishnu Guptan (Saraswathi Vidyalaya, 95), Lakshmi Sudarshan (Sree Chithira Thirunal Residential Central School, 92), Shigha Abraham (Arya Central School, 97.2), Neelima Pratap (Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 96.2), Abhishek B.S. (Loyola School, 93.6), Kukku (Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, 94.4)

Humanities: Arya U.R. (St Thomas Central School, 91.6), Shreya Sandhu (K.V. Pattom, 88.8).

Commerce: Bhadra K.V. (St. Thomas Central School, 95), Gayathri V. (KV Pattom, 93.6), Sumita A.S. (Saraswathi Vidyalaya, 92).

ISC, science: Shwetha J. Parvathy (Chinmaya Vidyalaya, 93.2), Sanjana Suresh Kumar (Holy Angels, 94.75), Shilpa James (St Thomas, 96.8), Gauri Kurup (Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, 95.5)

Commerce: Gayathri G. Nair (Holy Angels ISC School, 86), Diasna Vijay (St. Thomas Residential School, 98)

ICSE :Neena R.S. (Chinmaya Vidyalaya, 93.1), Aparna Shekhar (Holy Angels ISC School, 94.85), Aiswarya Nair P. (St Thomas Residential School, 96.43), Nithya Jose (Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, 97.2)

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