Amrita, Global among Kochi schools with 100 per cent pass
The CBSE Class-XII examination results, which were announced on Sunday, saw leading schools in the city, including Amrita Vidyalayam, registering 100 per cent pass.
KOCHI: The CBSE Class-XII examination results, which were announced on Sunday, saw leading schools in the city, including Amrita Vidyalayam, registering 100 per cent pass. At Global Public School, 62 out of the 87 students who appeared for the exam secured distinction, while 24 passed in first class. Vellanikaran Neha (commerce stream) is the school topper with 96 per cent marks.
At the Amrita Vidyalayam, out of the 35 students in science stream, 18 got distinction and 16 secured first class. In the commerce stream, out of the 15 students, seven got distinction and eight passed in first class. The school topper is Anagha Gopi (96.4 per cent marks).
Of the 32 students who wrote the exam at Greets Public School, 18 students secured distinction. A total of 13 students passed the exam in first class and one in second class. St Paul’s International School saw 30 out of the 38 students securing over 80 per cent marks. Irene Terrance and Basil P Biji (both 94 per cent) are the school toppers in science and commerce streams respectively.
The Saraswathi Vidyanikethan Public School, which also recorded 100 per cent pass, saw 118 students out of the 174 students passing with distinction. While 54 students secured first class, two got second class. Parvathy S (97 per cent) is the school topper. At Nalanda Public School, Thammanam, out of the 27 students who appeared for the exam, 16 secured distinction and the rest passed with first class.
‘Parents’ involvement in studies helped students score high marks’
Kochi: Parents’ involvement in education and appropriate guidance by the Kerala CBSE School Managements Association helped students from the state score high marks in CBSE Class XII examinations, said CBSE School Managements Association president T P M Ibrahim Khan. “Parents in Kerala show keen interest in the educational matters of their children.
The school managements were also vigilant,” said Ibrahim Khan. According to him, many schools in other states, especially those owned and run by big organisations, operate mechanically, while teaching in schools in Kerala is more result-oriented,” he said.
The association was expecting a slight fall in the overall pass per cent owing to the strict guidelines issued by the CBSE on valuation of answer sheets as directed by the Union Ministry of Human Rights Development. “However, the authorities later decided to implement the new guidelines from next year,” Ibrahim Khan said.