Girls outshine boys in CBSE Class 12 results, Noida's Raksha tops

Francis Osborne
May 29, 2017

Raksha Gopal, a Humanities student from Amity International School in Noida, topped the exam with 99.6 per cent marks, scoring a ideal 100 in English, Political Science and Economics. Those who have verified Answer Key & OMR Sheet can download CBSE UGC National Eligibility Test Jan Result from the official website at She just fell short of two marks-one each in History and Psychology-to get a flawless 100 in each of the five subjects.

Her father, Gopal Srinivasan, said she had the freedom to plan out her timetable for revision.

In Ranchi, around 8,000 candidates had taken the exam in March-April from 41 CBSE schools while in Jamshedpur, around 4,000 appeared from 12 affiliated cradles.

"When I came to Class 11, I was a bit confused about how to start my studies".

The students diagnosed with Type-I diabetes were for the first time allowed to carry food items inside the examination hall to maintain their sugar levels and avoid medical complications.

De wants to do B.Tech in Computer Science and become an engineer.

He said the credit for their success goes to their hard work, dedication, parents and teachers. "After coming from school and tutions I used to revise my subjects". "Our average marks stayed in the limit of 75 to 78, which is how it was past year", Bhatia said. According to Vandana Joshi, vice principal of DPS Bopal, 355 students appeared for the class 12 exams. "We never put any pressure on Raksha".

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"I was expecting about 95 percent, but 99.6 percent was unimaginable", she said.

It was earlier said that CBSE would announce UGC NET 2017 result after the declaration of 12th Board exam results.

She said her parents broke into "tears of joy" and candies were distributed among the family members and friends after the results.

Aditya Jain and Mannat Luthra, who too were from Chandigarh, came third in the country as both of them secured 496 marks in all (99.2%) out of 500. But all I can tell you is that there is nothing wrong in this.not this year, then next year.

Sisodia tweeted, "Delhi Government schools get 88.27% results in Class XII".

Sisodia, in a press conference, said, "It is not good to compare the private and the state government schools, but still I would like to take this opportunity to share that Delhi government schools have performed nine percent better than the private schools this year".

Varshini Ramesh (Mathematics) and Kunal Sinha and Keerthana Krishnakumar (Engineering Graphics) all secured 100 per cent marks in these subjects.

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