Aanchal Somani of Delhi Public School, Haridwar became the Uttarakhand topper by scoring 97.8 per cent marks in Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII examination. The exam results were declared on Monday. In the Humanities stream, Shruti Balaji of The Asian School, Dehradun scored 97.6 per cent and Rhea Yadav of Doon International School, Dehradun scored 96.4 per cent in Commerce stream.
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Dehradun Region Deputy Commissioner NS Rana said that Abhas Anand of KV, ONGC, Dehradun topped the KV Dehradun range with 97.4 per cent followed by Shubham of KV Upper Camp with 96 per cent. KVS Dehradun Region assistant commissioner SS Chauhan said that the passing percentage of KVS Dehradun Range have increased by 0.64 per cent this year. Last year 95.55 per cents students had passed their examination while 96.19 per cent students have passed their Class XII board examination this year. Hundred percent students of 12 KVs including KV ITBP, KV ONGC, Upper Camp and other KVs passed the examination.
Scholar’s Home Senior Secondary School Principal Chhaya Khanna said that the school has once again raised the bar with the majority of the students securing good marks in the CBSE Class XII examinations. Divvya Sinha topped the Science stream with 96 per cent followed by Anshuman Bhatt with 95.25 per cent and Himanshu Singh with 95 per cent. In Commerce stream, Akansha Singla emerged topper in the school with 96 per cent marks followed by Nivesh Vasudev with 94 per cent marks. In Humanities stream, Ayushi Chandra topped the school with 95.5 per cent marks followed by Aakriti Rawat with 92.5 per cent.
In St Peter’s Senior Secondary School (Kichha, US Nagar) Akash Gangwar emerged topper with 94.8 per cent in science stream followed by Dashmeet Singh Kaler with 93.2 per cent, Abhishek Kumar Pandey with 91.8 per cent, Lavneet Kaur with 91 per cent, Ankit Rai with 88.6 per cent, Himanshu Palria with 88 per cent, Surbhi Bisht with 86 per cent, Vidya Arora with 85.4 per cent, Amar Arora with 85.2 per cent and Surbhi Verma with 85 per cent marks.
In commerce stream, Ritesh Gangwar emerged topper in the school with 86.4 per cent marks followed by Bhawana Dogra with 84.6 per cent and Mansi Sharma with 80.8 per cent.
The Doon International School vice-principal Dinesh Bartwal said, “We are glad that our children have once again lived up to expectations by excelling in large numbers”. According to him, as many as 37 students in science stream and nine in commerce stream scored 90 per cent and above in the examinations. The overall result in terms of pass percentage was 100 per cent.
Akansha Semwal topped the school with an aggregate of 96.8 per cent in Science stream. Kirti Jain obtained the second position with 96.4 per cent marks followed by Ammu Sasidharan with 96.0 per cent. Rhea Yadav topped the Commerce stream with 96.4 per cent followed by Sayesha Khosla with 93.8 per cent and Ashim Prasai with 91.8 per cent.
In Jaswant Modern Senior Secondary School, Shruti Verma topped the Science stream with 95 per cent and Supriya Gupta and Shipra Jain from the Commerce stream scored 91 per cent each. In Science stream, Abhishek Paul scored 92 per cent whereas Shalini Badoni ,Gaurav Negi and Tanya Negi obtained 91 per cent each.
In The Asian School over 18 students scored above 90 per cent and 67 students scored above 80 per cent (In English and best four subjects). In the Humanities stream, Shruti Balaji topped the school merit list with 97.6 per cent followed by Abeer Hussain with 96.4 per cent and Prachi Das with 95.8 per cent.
In the Science stream Aman Raghuvanshi topped the merit list with 96.2 per cent followed by Srishti Gupta with 96 per cent and Srishti Kapoor with a score of 95.4 per cent. In the Commerce stream Abhishek Banka with 94.4 per cent topped the merit list followed by Muskan Goyal with 91.2 per cent and Ria Luniyal with 90.6 per cent.
In Kasiga School the result far exceeded all expectations. The result in both the Science and Commerce streams was excellent. In all, 24 students appeared for the Class XII CBSE examination. The school’s Science topper was Akash Kumar with 94 per cent followed closely by Akansha Kedia with 93.5 per cent. The Commerce stream topper was Sarthak Goyal with 88 per cent followed by Rishabh Jain who scored 86 per cent marks.
In Saigrace Academy International, Ayush Kumar Jaiswal topped the the science stream with 94 per cent marks followed by Akshita Kamboj with 80 per cent, Sourabh Sharma with 76 per cent and Shagun Dobhal with 74 per cent. In commerce stream, Shivam Uniyal topped with 73 per cent followed by Ayushi Rautela with 71 per cent, Medhavi Prashad with 69 per cent and Priyanka Kothari with 68 per cent.
KV Upper Camp principal Madhubala Chaturvedi said that Shubham topped the school with 96 per cent in science stream followed by Navjot with 94 per cent and Nitin with 92 per cent. In Commerce stream, Priyanka Gusain topped the school by obtaining 89.66 per cent marks. In Humanities stream, Reema obtained 82.60 per cent marks.
In KV OFD, Raipur principal US Chandra said that Aman Kumar Kaushik emerged topper in the science stream by scoring 94.4 per cent marks followed by Priyanka Kainthola with 87.8 per cent and Usha Devi with 85.4 per cent. In commerce stream, Akshita Chhetri topped the school by obtaining 79.6 per cent marks followed by Renuka Thapa with 74.6 per cent and Priya Chauhan with 72.6 per cent. In Humanities, Pavi Gaur topped the school by scoring 74.4 per cent marks followed by Shalini with 71 per cent and Bharti Negi with 68.2 per cent marks.
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