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After a long wait, CBSE Class 10 results bring cheer all round
Tuesday, May 31, 2011: The long-awaited Class 10 results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were announced on Tuesday. All the anxiety over the delay in declaring results was forgotten, with several city schools achieving pass percentage of 100 in the new system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE).

Though statistics on the overall performance of students from Karnataka (which falls in Chennai region) was not made available by the Board, many schools not only boasted 100 per cent passes, but also had an impressive number of students achieving the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 10.

Perfect 10s
“Hard work is the only key to success and there are no shortcuts,” said Divyasri D., a student of Anand Shiksha Kendra, Sarjapur Road, who has secured a CGPA of 10 in all the five subjects. Her classmates Pranay Chander and Praveen Singh too have achieved a CGPA of 10.

At The Oxford Senior Secondary School, J.P. Nagar, 16 students got a CGPA of 10. School Principal Mariamma S. Mathew said the school has been achieving 100 per cent pass results for the 19th consecutive year.

Kendriya Vidyala, Malleswaram, saw 22 students out of the 148 who wrote the exam getting the coveted CGPA of 10. Principal Meenakshi said she was proud of all her students for having done well. At Delhi Public School (East), 14 students got CGPA of 10.

Totally thrilled
Twenty per cent of the students who appeared for the exam from the Army Public School have secured a CGPA of 10.

Expressing jubilation at having secured a top score of 10, student Shivani Joshi said: “I'm on top of the world, and yet I'm not able to believe it.”

At National Public School, Koramangala, over 80 students secured a CGPA of above 9.

National Hill View Public School, Rajarajeshwarinagar, also has achieved 100 per cent pass results. In all, 22 students secured a CGPA of 10. All students passed yet again at Sri Vani Education Centre School, Magadi Road, too, with nine getting a CGPA of 10.

Seven students from Kumaran's too got a CGPA of 10, and 54 between 9 and 10. Gayathri, a student of Kumaran's who secured a CGPA of 10, said: “Only half the year's portions were there for the exam and because of this, studying was easy and all the stress that comes with a public exam is off.” A source in the CBSE Chennai regional office said that the Board had announced only one region's results and State-wise data was not available.

“From Chennai region, 1.32 lakh students appeared for the exams and most of them opted for the Board exam. The pass percentage is very good compared to previous years,” he said.
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