Students excel in CBSE Class XII exams, many score full marks
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City students have excelled in the Class XII exams, the results of which were announced on Wednesday by the Central Board of Secondary Education. Several students of different schools scored over 90 per cent marks in aggregate and cent per cent marks in subjects like Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, Business Studies, Economics and English.
This has surprised experts of different subjects even though they have given full credit to the students and their teachers. Some have also attributed the success to the CBSE system, while many others have welcomed it.
The students who scored 98 per cent marks in English are Nirupam Kaur, Harmilanjot, and Sayush Anand of Sacred Heart Convent Senior Secondary School, Sarabha Nagar, and Manmeet Singh of Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Bhai Randhir Singh Nagar.
The students have attributed their success to hard work.
Manmeet Singh said, "I practiced English grammar and composition a lot and it really paid off. I am the only one from my school to get 98 per cent in English."
Dr D V Jindal, former professor of English at S C D Government College for Boys, said: "In case of language, there can be no standard onset, but if the marking scheme permits objective-type marking, where any correct answer is given full points, a student can score 100 per cent marks."
Gursimar Singh and Gurjot Singh of Guru Nanak Public School, Sarabha Nagar, scored full marks in Mathematics; Supreet of BCM Arya Model Senior Secondary School, Shatsri Nagar scored 100 per cent in Financial Marketing while Namita and Vaibhav of the same school scored 99 per cent marks in Mathematics.
Ayushi Katyal of Sacred Heart Convent, Sarabha Nagar, secured full marks in Business Studies and 99 per cent in Mathematics; Smriti Gupta of the same school scored 100 per cent in Chemistry. Gurpriyal and Paramveer Singh secured 99 per cent marks in Computer Science Informatics Practices; Singh Kushagra Maini and Neharika Arora of Sacred Heart Convent, Sarabha Nagar, got 99 per cent marks in Biology.