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Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) / 12 / XII / Twelveth - Results 2011

Monday, May 23, 2011 :Class 12 results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) brought good cheer to most schools in Bangalore, with many achieving a pass percentage of 100.

This is a repeat of the excellent performance of the Bangalore students in ICSE results declared earlier this month.

Initial glitches
Though students faced some initial problems accessing the websites when the results were announced at 10 a.m., all was well within an hour. Rahul Adhikari of Army Public School, who scored 100 marks in Mathematics, said he was able to access the website an hour late as the network was jammed.

Lakshmi Rao, Vice-Principal of National Public School, was proud that all 68 students from the school secured first class, with a majority of them obtaining distinction. “We were confident of the success of our students as all our toppers have done consistently well throughout their school exams,” she added.

At Sri Kumaran Children's Home, 49 out of the 77 who appeared under Science stream obtained more than 90 per cent. Of the remaining, 17 secured more than 85.

Upbeat mood
The mood was upbeat at the National Hill View Public School too, with 93 per cent students achieving distinction. Mythreyi Shekhar Rishpana topped the school with 96.4 per cent. Aditya Cherkumud of Delhi Public School, Bangalore North, scored the highest for his school in the Science stream with 97.2 per cent and Asha L. Moorthy scored the highest in Commerce with 95.2 per cent.

At The Oxford Senior Secondary School, J.P. Nagar, 82 per cent of students obtained distinctions and the rest secured first class. Out of 121 students, 91 secured first class at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Malleswaram. B.V. Bharath topped the Science stream with 95 per cent, and Gayathri T. scored the highest in the Commerce stream with 97 per cent.

Three toppers from Venkat International Public School, Rajajinagar are Spandana K.R. with 95.8 per cent, Anushri K.R. with 95.6 per cent and Manikanta K.V. with 95.2 per cent.

Continuous assessment
Army Public School's Principal Manjula Raman pointed out that the school has a system that assesses the students' capability continuously. “The teachers prepare questions from various resources which make the pre-board examinations very challenging, thereby placing students at an advantage in the final examinations,” she said.

Riya Aggarwal, topper of National Public School, Koramangala, who secured a 96.2 per cent in the Science stream, believes that it is very important to pay attention to whatever is being taught in class. “I used to come back home every day and study for two to three hours,” she said.

Having secured 94.6 per cent, the highest in Commerce, Sangeetha Ganesh of Sri Kumaran Children's Home, was thrilled. “I did not expect to be the school topper, it is a pleasant surprise,” she beamed. “Hard work is an important ingredient for success, however, luck too plays an important role,” explained Neha Budgavi, topper of Army Public School.
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