Rajkummar Rao to the rescue of Plus Two failed Students

Kathleen Mckinney
May 29, 2017

Raksha Gopal from Delhi's neighbourhood Noida in Uttar Pradesh topped the Class 12 Central Board of Secondary Education exams, followed by Bhoomi Sawant De from Chandigarh. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya scored highest passing percentage of 95.73 per cent followed by Kendriya Vidyalayas which scored 94.60 per cent.

The students from Oman's Indian Schools were congratulated by school management, Principal and staff members for their excellent showing in this year's exams.

"'I'm thrilled by the news".

"A team of 65 counsellors will be available to talk to students and parents between 8am and 10pm", the PTI quoted a senior CBSE official in Delhi. "May you always shine bright". Moderation policy refers to a practice in which students get extra marks in subjects regarded "unusually difficult", or if there have been differences in the sets of question papers.

R. Senthil Kumar, Assistant Commissioner, who is in charge of the cluster, said that only one student from the school in Nagercoil had failed from the cluster, compared to high number of failures previous year.

Dubai schools maintained their positive track record. From next year, CBSE is unlikely to conduct the exam as they are overburdened and asked the Union Human Resource Development Ministry to take away the UGC NET exam from them.

In arts, Titir Patra of JVM-Shyamali, Ranchi, topped the charts with 96 per cent while Kajal Sharma of DAV Public School, Bokaro, ranked second with 95.2 per cent.

The result will be declared in the form of score card for each candidate who appeared in the exam. The helped me in clearing all the doubts I had. "My hard work has paid off", she said.

The over all pass percentage of students remained at 82.02 with a little over 8.37 lakh students coming out with flying colours in the examinations.

The overall topper Kingdomwide was Roshan Raju, who secured 97.2 percent in the science stream. "Total number of students aggregating upwards of 90 per cent has bumped up to 49. But I believe that for any change to be implemented, it is not wise to do it abruptly mid way but from next academic year", he said. He said students had improved in both commerce and science. "She should enjoy the limelight while it lasts!" said Prerna with a chuckle.

Their parents said they had advised their children to stop using the social media few months before the exams so that they could concentrate better on their studies. "Computer science proved to be the best subject in terms of results for us".

Students at Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir also passed with flying colours. Private schools get 79.27%.

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