Given the Covid-19 pandemic, the CBSE had cancelled the Class X exams this year and the results were prepared on the basis of an objective criterion developed by the Board
Hyderabad: Students of Telangana have recorded 99.99 pass percentage in the Class X 2021 results announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday.
All 31,607 students including 17,503 boys and 14,104 girls who had registered for the examinations have appeared and of them, 31,605 candidates with 17,502 boys and 14,103 girls have passed the examinations translating to a pass percentage of 99.99.
Army Public School, Bolarum has reported 100 per cent passes. With an achievement of 97.6 per cent, Shreyas Anand was the school topper, followed by Aastha Shukla and Muskan who scored 97.2 per cent and 96.4 per cent respectively.
“The credit of my performance and success goes to the immaculate atmosphere created by my teachers and the school in spite of the circumstances. I also thank my parents for always believing in me,” Anand said.
Of the 255 students who appeared from the school, 22 have got above 95 per cent and 64 students secured in a range of 90 per cent to 94.9 per cent.
Delhi Public School, Nacharam also achieved 100 per cent pass percentage in the Class X results.
Two students – Daley Smruthi and Adhyaksh Balasubramanyam who scored 99.6 per cent were the school toppers while three students G Prem Kritika, B Venkata Siva Sai Harshini and Nainika Jayant secured 99 per cent. A total of 36 students scored centums in different subjects, the school said.
Given the Covid-19 pandemic, the CBSE had cancelled the Class X exams this year and the results were prepared on the basis of an objective criterion developed by the Board.
As the schools conducted examinations online due to closure of the educational institutions, the Class X results of the students were declared considering their period test/unit test (max 10 marks), half-yearly/mid-term exams (30 marks), pre-board examinations (40 marks).
Students who were not satisfied with the marks allocated to them would be given an opportunity to appear in an exam as and when the conditions get conducive to hold the examinations, the CBSE said.
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