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Mangaluru students shine in class 10 CBSE exam

Karunya Krishna Poojary from Mount Carmel Central School, Mangaluru, who has scored 98.2% in the CBSE class 10 examination.  

All CBSE schools, including the Kendriya Vidyalaya-1, Panambur, and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Bantwal, have secured 100% results in the class 10 examination held in this March-April.

Of the 179 students from the Sharada Vidyalaya who have passed, 78 secured more than 90%. There are 60 students who scored between 80 and 89%, followed by 30 who scored between 70 and 79%. Prerana G. with 492 marks out of 500 topped, followed by Prajwal N. (490) and Sameeksha Pramod Shetty (490).

Of the 226 students of Sharada Vidyaniketan, 26 scored more than 90%, followed by 57 who scored between 80 and 89%, and 71 students scored between 70 and 79%. Nireeksha D. Rai, Ansha Prashanth, and Amritha C. Rajesh are among toppers from the school.

All the 126 students from Kendriya Vidyalaya-1, Panambur, passed. While 34 students scored more than 90% marks, 41 scored between 75 and 89%, 37 students between 60 and 74%, and 14 students scored below 50%. Riya Varadhan topped the school with 488 marks, followed by Rishikesh M.N. (487) and Ardha Madhu (486).

Among the 43 students from the Kendriya Vidyalaya-2, Yekkur, who passed, Ashriya Bisha topped with 482 marks.

Of the 41 students from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Mudipu, Bantwal, who passed, 30 students scored more than 80% marks while 11 scored between 60 and 79%. Spandana topped the school with 484 marks, followed by Aisiri (473) and Abdul H. Sharukh and Ananya K. (468 each).

Of the 161 students from Lourdes Central School who passed, 61 scored more than 80% followed by 81 who scored between 60 and 79%, and 19 students scored between 50 and 59%. S. Nirupama topped with 489 marks.

Of the 76 students from Mount Carmel Central School who passed, 32 secured more than 90% followed by 28 who scored between 80 and 89%, 11 between 70 to 79%, and five students scored between 60 and 69%. Karunya Krishna Poojary topped with 98.2% marks, followed by Sana Azmiya (97.6 %), and Meghana Sudhakara Shenoy and Rihan Aaron DSilva ( 97% each).

Of the 48 students from BGS Central School who passed, 19 scored more than 80% marks. Ananya Rao and Vidyesh Kumar topped by securing 457 marks.

Of the 85 students from the Canara CBSE School who passed, 16 scored more than 90% marks followed by 28 who scored between 80 and 89% marks. Nischal Bhat topped with 484 marks, followed by Annapoorna Prabhu (482).

The Cambridge School too achieved 100% results, with Ronel Valentine Fernandes (97.8%) topping the chart, followed by Dhrouv Sharma (96.6%) and Sadhvi Prasad (96%).

Of the 67 from The Yenepoya School who passed, four scored more than 90%, 14 scored between 80 and 89% and 14 students scored between 70 and 79%. Chirag S. Rao topped with 97% marks, followed by Zareen Rahman with 92%.

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