Rajkummar Rao offers help to unsuccessful class 12th students

Posted May 29, 2017

Class XII students across the country celebrated their success on Sunday, as the results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were finally announced, following a delay in release.

With years of experience in education, Choithram School North Campus principal UK Jha felt happy with improvements in results. In all eight Kendriya Vidyalays saw 100% results.

"The school in Mandapan in Ramanathapuram district, in particular, achieved 100 % pass this year, compared to roughly 80 % last year", he said. "I feel this is better that many students are performing better and improving overall marks and not just benching highest percentage", Singh said.

Meet Ajay R Raj, who is partially blind, but that did not deter the teenager from scoring 490 out of 500 marks. "Though the policy was restored after the Delhi High Court order, students are still anxious whether this will remain or whether it was actually followed during evaluation".

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With the CBSE Class 12 results finally declared, it is the turn of Class 10 students to get the jitters for their scores. "This shatters the myth that students from Humanities can not score". Bhoomi studied at the DAV School in Chandigarh. Nafisa Afreen scored 94.8 percent for 3rd position. If you are waiting for your CBSE results too, you are probably on your computer and regularly refreshing the pages on the three official websites. "Reasons for the dip may vary- from difficulty of questions to preparation of students". Delhi High Court had also said that the decision by the CBSE "would have a drastic effect on the students" and "rules can't change once the game has begun". In all 55 students from the school appeared for the exam in science stream and almost half of them scored above 80%. Results for all the 10 regions have been announced simultaneously by CBSE. Students can access the result from www.gseb.orgfrom 8am onwards.

He expressed his happiness on Twitter and said, "Congratulations to all my young friends who have successfully passed the CBSE Class XII exams and best wishes for future endeavours".

The CBSE Counselling Sessions has commenced from May 28 and will go on till 11thJune, from 8 am to 10 pm.

Luthra told IANS: "When I came to Class 11 I had planned my studies in a way so that I don't put pressure on myself".

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KAVYA SASIDHARAN (96%) Prakash School "I used to destress myself with music and exercise". His father is an auto driver and works hard to help Raj pursue his dream.

"I believe in one thing- all work and no play makes jack a tiresome boy".

"It feels great that I have secured 99.4 per cent marks and placed at the second spot countrywide".

Al-Mawarid International School registered 100 percent compartment free pass results.

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