CBSE Class 10th and 12th Results Declared, Students Happy to See Better Results

listen to the news

The long wait for Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) results for 10th and 12th students is finally over. CBSE released the class 10 and 12 exam results on Friday. The students of the district have performed brilliantly in the exam results. In class 12, Vanshika, a student of Arts College of Little Angels School in the city, secured 98.6 per cent marks, Yashasvi Agarwal of Shiva Shiksha Sadan in Commerce College and Karan of Rishikul with 98 per cent marks in Arts College and Raghav Arora of DAV Polyvalent School. in the Faculty of Sciences. They topped their schools with 97.4 percent marks. In class 10, Palak from Shiva Shiksha Sadan scored 98.6 percent, Divisht, Poorvika and Siya from Little Angels School scored 98.4 percent, Nandini scored 98.2 percent and Gauri from l ‘DAV multipurpose school topped the school with 98.2 percent marks. The students jumped for joy after the good exam results arrived.
While 9240 students appeared for the class 10 exam, 7494 students appeared for the class 12 exam. Students were waiting for a long time for the result to be declared. CBSE declared the class 12 result on Friday morning, while the class 10 result was also released in the afternoon after a gap of a few hours. After the declaration of the result, the students were very eager to check their marks. To find out the result of the exam, students arrive at school and find out their result. In the schools there was an atmosphere of celebration for the arrival of better exam results. The students congratulated each other. At the same time, the management of the school has also congratulated the teachers, students and parents for the best exam results.
working hard to become an engineer
Raghav Arora, a student of DAV Polyvalent School, has secured 97.4% non-medical marks in class 12th. Raghav says that what he was taught in school, he prepared for the same after coming back home. No separate registration was made. Notes prepared from an old question paper. I used to use mobile only for studies. Knowing the subject very well, he prepared it well. My dream is to be an engineer. I am working hard to fulfill this dream. Father Naresh Arora is a shopkeeper and mother Nirmal Arora is a housewife. Parents always inspire us to move forward.
Success as hard work
Nandini, a class 12 student of Shiva Shiksha Sadan, has secured 97.8 per cent marks. Nandini says she got this position without any tuition. He worked hard for the exam. The one who taught at school, came home and prepared for 5 to 6 hours. The subject in which she used to get stuck, the next day she would meet with the teachers to solve her doubts. Keep the distance with the mobile phone. A lot of work has gone into making a calendar, the results of which are in front of everyone today.
4 to 5 hours dedicated to studies other than school
Geetanjali, a class 12 science student of South Point School, bagged the second position in the school by securing 96.40 per cent marks. Geetanjali said that she did not take any tuition separately. What the teachers taught at school, they prepared at home. My parents always encouraged me to keep going. Apart from the school hours, they devoted between 4 and 5 hours to studies. As a result of this, today I can get the second position in school.
set a goal
Anubhav of Om Public School has secured the top position in the school by securing 96.8 per cent marks in class 10th. Anubhav says he didn’t do any extra preparation. Teachers taught at school, prepared for the same back home. In addition to the school schedule, he devoted many hours to his studies. Work hard to get better grades. I got marks based on the effort I put. I will try to do better in the future.

Students rejoice after seeing the class 12 toppers at South Point School. dialogue– Photo: Sonipat

The long wait for Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) results for 10th and 12th students is finally over. CBSE released the class 10 and 12 exam results on Friday. The students of the district have performed brilliantly in the exam results. In class 12, Vanshika, a student of Arts College of Little Angels School in the city, secured 98.6 per cent marks, Yashasvi Agarwal of Shiva Shiksha Sadan in Commerce College and Karan of Rishikul with 98 per cent marks in Arts College and Raghav Arora of DAV Polyvalent School. in the Faculty of Sciences. They topped their schools with 97.4 percent marks. In class 10, Palak from Shiva Shiksha Sadan scored 98.6 percent, Divisht, Poorvika and Siya from Little Angels School scored 98.4 percent, Nandini scored 98.2 percent and Gauri from l ‘DAV multipurpose school topped the school with 98.2 percent marks. The students jumped for joy after the good exam results arrived.

While 9240 students appeared for the class 10 exam, 7494 students appeared for the class 12 exam. Students were waiting for a long time for the result to be declared. CBSE declared the class 12 result on Friday morning, while the class 10 result was also released in the afternoon after a gap of a few hours. After the declaration of the result, the students were very eager to check their marks. To find out the result of the exam, students arrive at school and find out their result. In the schools there was an atmosphere of celebration for the arrival of better exam results. The students congratulated each other. At the same time, the management of the school has also congratulated the teachers, students and parents for the best exam results.

working hard to become an engineer

Raghav Arora, a student of DAV Polytechnic, has secured 97.4 percent marks in non-medical in class 12th. Raghav says that what he was taught in school, he prepared for the same after coming back home. No separate registration was made. Notes prepared from an old question paper. I used to use mobile only for studies. Knowing the subject very well, he prepared it well. My dream is to be an engineer. I am working hard to fulfill this dream. Father Naresh Arora is a shopkeeper and mother Nirmal Arora is a housewife. Parents always inspire us to move forward.

Success as hard work

Nandini, a class 12 student of Shiva Shiksha Sadan, has secured 97.8 per cent marks. Nandini says she got this position without any tuition. He worked hard for the exam. The one who taught at school, came home and prepared for 5 to 6 hours. The subject in which she used to get stuck, the next day she would meet with the teachers to solve her doubts. Keep the distance with the mobile phone. A lot of work has gone into making a calendar, the results of which are in front of everyone today.

4 to 5 hours dedicated to studies other than school

Geetanjali, a class 12 science student of South Point School, bagged the second position in the school by securing 96.40 per cent marks. Geetanjali said that she did not take any tuition separately. What the teachers taught at school, they prepared at home. My parents always encouraged me to keep going. Apart from the school hours, they devoted between 4 and 5 hours to studies. As a result of this, today I can get the second position in school.

set a goal

Anubhav of Om Public School has secured the top position in the school by securing 96.8 per cent marks in class 10th. Anubhav says he didn’t do any extra preparation. Teachers taught at school, prepared for the same back home. In addition to the school schedule, he devoted many hours to his studies. Work hard to get better grades. I got marks based on the effort I put. I will try to do better in the future.

    Students rejoice after seeing the class 12 toppers at South Point School.  dialogue

Students rejoice after seeing the class 12 toppers at South Point School. dialogue– Photo: Sonipat

Leave a Comment