City Students Excel in CBSE Class 12 Exams

Published: 26th May 2015 06:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th May 2015 06:06 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Students from Telangana achieved an impressive 92.69 pass percentage in Class XII CBSE exams whose results were released Monday. This was nearly five percent higher than that of students from Andhra Pradesh who managed to secure 87.84 pass percentage. Several students from Hyderabad scored highest marks in both science and arts streams. In the science stream, Pranjal Pathak from Delhi Public School, Nacharam, scored highest marks from the state with 98.6 per cent while P Amukta of P Obul Reddy School stood first in the state in commerce with 96.8 per cent. Many other students from Hyderabad achieved more than 95 per cent.

In the science stream, GS Satwik from P Obul Reddy school scored 96.8 per cent, Naila Fatima from Meridian School, Banjara Hills 95.8, Dhruvika Sahni from Chirec Public School 95.8, Arica Moirancthem from Kennedy High School 94.6, Yadavalli Susan from Silver Oaks 92.5 and B Simren from Jubilee Hills Public School 91.8. Similar performance was shown by commerce students as well. Vishesh Agarwal from Meridian School secured 96.4 per cent, Mahitha Samyukta from Chirec Public School 96 and Ankita Agarwal, Sharath Sonti and Utsav Badra from the Delhi Public School 95.8.


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