Bokaro students shine in CBSE Class 12 results
More than 200 students scored above 95 percent while around 700 students of eight prominent schools in Bokaro Steel City scored 90 and above in their Class XII results announced by CBSE on Friday.
The students of two educational institutions- Delhi Public School (DPS), Bokaro and Pentecostal Assembly School- have performed exemplary well. Of the three top rankers, one is of DPS and two belong to Pentecostal.
The CBSE 12th results have been prepared in an alternative way as board exams could not be held this year due to a surge in Covid-19 cases. The board had adopted an alternative assessment scheme to finalise the result.
Varun Tandon of Delhi Public School (DPS), Bokaro was the topper bagging 99.20 per cent in Science stream. Meanwhile, Nandita Kumari of Pentecostal Assembly School topped the district in Arts stream achieving 99.2 per cent. In commerce stream, Mayank Kumar of Pentecostal Assembly School scored 98.6 per cent.
As per the press releases, 78 students of DPS, Bokaro have scored above 95 per cent while 240 students secured above 90 per cent. Khushi Dalmia of commerce section scored 97.8 per cent.
A.S. Gangwar, Principal of DPS Bokaro, said students were worried that CBSE had to drop board exams this year due to the surge in Covid-19 cases but an alternative was formulated based on the continuous and comprehensive performance of the students.
“Despite online classes, our students have done well,” he said.
Around 43 students of Pentecostal Assembly School scored above 95 per cent and 91 students have obtained 90 per cent and above. The two students Nandini Nischal and Priya Kumari scored 98.2 per cent in science stream in Pentecostal.
Karuna Prasad, principal of The Pentecostal Assembly School said the praiseworthy performance was all possible due to the combined effort of the school administration, the teachers and the students.
The overall performance of the students of Guru Gobind Singh Public School (GGPS) is also wonderful. As many as 35 students scored 95 per cent and above while 102 students of GGPS obtained above 90 per cent. There were more than 25 students of Sree Ayyappa Public School who scored 95 per cent and above. Director of Ayyappa Public School, S.S. Mahapatra said, “All the schools have done wonderful this year.”
Around 20 students of Chinmaya Vidyalaya secured above 95 per cent marks while 156 students have scored 90 per cent and above. In Adarsh Vidya Mandir, as many as eight students have scored 95 per cent and above while 21 students obtained 90 per cent and above.