The other girls from Nagpur who secured second and third top spots in Science Stream are Saanchi Saxena and Khayati Gupta respectively. Similarly, the girls who bagged the second and the third positions in Commerce Steam are Vidhika Agrawal and Shivani Ghadge respectively. All the six girls of Nagpur emerged supreme thereby outshining the boys.
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In a sort of supremacy display in the battlefield of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII results, the girls outshined the boys this year, too. Over 82% students on Monday cleared the 2013 Class XII CBSE examinations with girls standing tall in comparison to boys and, the Chennai region, which consists of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Goa, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and Daman and Diu, left behind other regions by topping in the overall pass percentage.
The results were declared across the country on Monday with the total pass percentage standing at 82.10%, an increase of about two per cent over the last year, said a statement issued by the CBSE.
In all, 9,44,721 students appeared for the Class XII examination this year, which was also an increase of 15.81% over 2012.
The girls from Nagpur S Vidya of Bhavan’s BP Vidya Mandir, Civil Lines, Nagpur, and Nandita Rajan of Centre Point School, Katol Road, have jointly topped the Science Stream of the CBSE XII examination with identical 97.4 per cent of marks. Another girl, Saanchi Saxena of Centre Point School, Katol Road bagged the second position with 97.2 per cent marks in the Science Stream, too. The third topper, too, was a girl Khayati Gupta who secured 96.8 per cent marks again in the Science Stream.
Similarly, the girls from Nagpur, who topped the Commerce Stream of the CBSE XII examinations include N Nivitha of Modern School, who secured the first position by scoring 97.8 per cent of marks. The second girl is Vedika Agrawal of Cente Point School, Katol Road, who bagged 96.6 per cent of marks to emerge second topper in Commerce Stream. Shivani Ghadge of Bhavan’s Civil Lines with 96.4 per cent marks grabbed the third spot in the Commerce Stream.
“It was a pleasant surprise for me as I never expected 100 per cent marks in Chemistry. My parents, who are both doctors, inspire me, too, to become a doctor in order to serve the society the way my parents served and are still serving. I want to credit my school and the tuition classes, apart from parents, for the grand success I achieved,” asserted Nandita Rajan of Centre Point School, Katol Road, with a broad smile after emerging topper in the Science Stream.
The Principal of Bhavan’s BP Vidya Mandir Anju Bhutani said, “I am greatly happy for the excellent overall performance of my school, particularly the girl S Vidya who emerged topper in the Science Stream. The credit for the overall excellence in the CBSE Class II examination results goes to a team of school teachers, parents, and, of course, the students, who brought glory to the my school”.
Another proud personality, Mukta Chatterjee, Executive Director of Centre Point Group of Schools, Nagpur said, “We are happy with the results of all our Centre Point Schools. We have achieved 100% results for the Class X as well as Class XII which is a brilliant display of success. We as management are happy with our students’ performance who highlighted names of the Centre Point Schools in an outstanding way. Words fall short to describe the honour we received in the CBSE results. All credit goes to teachers and the students for this glory,” Mukta Chatterjee stated with a broad and continuous smile.
Padmaja Marathe , Principal of St. Xavier School, Hiwari Nagar was overjoyed and was ecstatic to inform the magnificent feat achieved by her school. “It’s 100% result. I am glad the kids performed their best. 23 students scored 90 per cent and above marks, and 160 students scored 60 per cent plus. So it is a glorious moment for all of us and, Padmaja Marathe said, there is no happier moment than the school students bringing glory by scoring the good marks”.