New Delhi: In a best ever performance of the students in CBSE school finals, a staggering 99.04% of those who were supposed to appear for the finals have been declared pass by the Central Board of Secondary Education on August 3. Toppers in CBSE create history as they have not just fought the pandemic but have also been succesful in achieving good marks based on their all around performance
For the 2021 All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) 21,13,767 candidates had registered for the class 10 exams, originally scheduled to start on May 4 and conclude on June 7 in offline mode. Owing to the Pandemic situation examination was cancelled and CBSE had opted detailed evaluation mode for declaring the results.
CBSE Formula of Calculation
CBSE formulated a method to calculate the marks of students based on their performance in internal examinations conducted by the schools. Instead of the 80-mark theory exam, students were assigned 10 marks for their performance in periodic or unit tests, 30 marks for performance in half-yearly or mid-term exams, and 40 marks for pre-board exams.
CBSE Toppers create history: highest ever pass percentage
Of the 21,13,767 registrations results of 20,97,128 students have been released. A total of 16,639 students results are under process, dates of their result release will be announced later. Another 26,841 students who enrolled as private students will also have to wait for their results.
With the increase in pass percentage which is around eight percent higher than the previous years- almost every city has a topper with marks, never scored before.
Close to 10% of the total students passing the school finals have obtained more than 90%. This year the number of students in the 90s clubs is 2,00,962 while the strength of 95-and above -club is 57,824.
Zone wise pass percentage
Among different zones of CBSE Trivandrum once again remained at the top with top scorers and best pass percentage of 99.99% while Guwahati concluded the list with 90.54% students declared pass.
Trivandrum – 99.99%
Bengaluru – 99.96%
Chennai – 99.94%
Pune – 99.92%
Ajmer – 99.88%
Panchkula – 99.77%
Patna – 99.66%
Bhubaneswar – 99.62%
Bhopal – 99.47%
Chandigarh – 99.46%
Dehradu – 99.23%
Prayagrah – 99.19%
Noida – 98.78%
Delhi West – 98.74%
Delhi East – 97.80%
Guwahati – 90.54%
Pass percentage of Jharkhand above national average
Under Patna region Jharkhand students also came out with flying colours. 70,078 students enrolled for the class X examination out of which 69,947 corresponding to 99.81 % were declared pass. Which is even better than the national pass percentage of 99.04%
CBSE toppers from Jharkhand
Delhi Public School (DPS) Ranchi-Arshia Hussain and Shreya Bhaskar emerged as toppers with 99.6 percent marks each. Arshia scored 100 each in Hindi, Social Studies and IT, 99 each in English, Maths and Science. Shreya got 100 each in Sanskrit, Maths and IT, 99 each in English, Science and Social Studies.
I am happy with the result despite the situation we all had to face due to Pandemic. I will persue studies in medical science further- Arshia Hussain
Dhriti Barnwal, Snigdha Saumya and Shubham Pratik were declared joint second topper with 99.4% marks. Six students from the school scored above 99 percent. A total of 353 enrolled for the examination of which 218 students scored 90% and above. 28 students scored 100 in different subjects.
“My will power was strong so I remained positive even when lot of negative things were happening around due to Covid.”- Shreya
DAV Kapildeo- Samir Prasad scored 99.57 percent to emerge as school topper. Shristi Shri was second with 99.38 percent. As many as 112 out of 198 students scored 90 percent and above marks in the examination.
JVM Shyamali– Sandeepa Sarkar and Vaibhav Raj scored 99.4% each . Out of 344 students 105 got 90%and above marks.
From Bokaro as many as seven students of the district scored 99% and above marks while around 250 students have obtained above 95 percent marks. Aditya Kumar of DAV Public School Dhori (Bokaro) and Risita Ahana of Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Bokaro scored 99.6 percent. Saurabh Kumar Pandey of DAV Public School, Dhori (Bokaro) got 99.4 % followed by Anwesha of Pits Modern School, Gomia with 99.2 percent.
DPS Bokaro – Anamika, Prince Kumar and Tanushree got 99 percent marks each. Aayush Kumar Singh of Pentecostal Assembly School scored 98.8 percents marks followed by Sujal Kumar, Anurima and Kirti Kumar who obtained 98.4 percent.