CBSE: 311 Panchkula students chalk up perfect 10

In the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class X results that were declared on Thursday,99 per cent students of the city cleared the examination,with 311 students securing a perfect 10 CGPA.

Written by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: May 31, 2013 1:35 am

In the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class X results that were declared on Thursday,99 per cent students of the city cleared the examination,with 311 students securing a perfect 10 CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average).

Of the 1,881 students,who registered for the examination,1,873 students from the city appeared. As many as 1,115 girls of the 1,174 registered girl students took the exam taking the percentage of girls who cleared it to 99.8 per cent. In the case of boys,1758 of 1764 appeared for the examination and a pass result of 99.6% was recorded.

CBSE Regional Officer R J Khanderao said 160 girls and 151 boys got 10 CGPA. “Given the fact that 10 per cent students got the highest grade in the city,the results are excellent,” he added.

From Satluj School,34 students secured 10 CGPA.

‘CGPA eased stress,helped students to take up co-curricular activities’

Happinesss had no bounds for 16-year-old Shraddha Sharma,daughter of an Army officer,after the results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class X were declared on Thursday. She was among the few students in the city who bagged the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 10. Sharma has not only been good at academics,but had been regularly participating in sporting events at Bhavan Vidyalaya School.

Sharma said she also took part in singing contests at her school. “Apart from being thorough with my textbooks,I took keen interest in extra-curricular activities. I have participated in sports and state-level singing competitions,” elated Sharma said. She added that it was possible for her to participate in extra-curricular activities,as the pressure of studies was lesser,due to the grading system adopted for class X. “The system is excellent,as it helps students to sharpen their abilities and students also witness an overall growth in their outlook,” she added.

Another student,Kriti Sharma,who also figured in the CGPA band of 10,said that she could get into it due to sheer hard-work. “I put in a lot of effort during the examination,but stress could have been much higher in case the grading pattern was not adopted,” she added.

Officials and school management said that the CGPA system helped relieve students of “stress during the exams”. Teachers at Bhavan Vidyalaya School,where 95 students figured in the CGPA 10 category,said that some of the students who got the higher grade average were good at sports,as well. From the school,Shubhang Singhal secured 10 CGPA in class X and had clinched the gold medal in national martial arts competition held in Maharashtra in 2012. Punya Dewan,who also secured CGPA 10,is a national-level fencing player.

CBSE Regional Officer R J Khanderao said,“The results show that due to the grading pattern,students have been able to give more time to extra-curricular activities”.

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