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CBSE X Results: Good Show by Schools in District

Schools in the capital city put up an impressive performance in the CBSE Class X examination, the results of which were announced on Monday.

Published: 20th May 2014 09:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th May 2014 09:22 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : Schools in the capital city put up an impressive performance in the CBSE Class X examination, the results of which were announced on Monday.

may26_cbse.jpgChirst Nagar Senior Secondary School, Thiruvallam, recorded 100 per cent pass with all 195 students clearing the exam. A total of 36 students scored A1 in all subjects.

Blue Mount Public School, Thonnakkal, also achieved 100 per cent success.

While 10 students scored full marks in all subjects (CGPA 10), 33 students secured a CGPA of above 9 and 69 students got a CGPA of 8 and above.

Bishop Pereira Memorial School, Karamoodu, recorded 100 per cent pass in the exam. Out of the 44 students who appeared for the examination,41 students got distinction and three secured first class. Nine students scored a CGPA of 10.

All students who appeared for the exam from Infant Jesus School, Kuravankonam, cleared the examination. A total of 25 students scored above 95 per cent.

Chinthalaya Vidyalayam Senior Secondary School, Devancode, recorded cent per cent success in the CBSE exam with several A1 and A2 grades.

Out of the 166 students who appeared for the exam from Viswabharathy Public School, Neyyattinkara, 84 scored A1 in all subjects with 10 grade points, 24 scored 9.8 grade points and the remaining students scored 9.6 grade points. The school recorded 100 per cent pass.

All students who appeared for the exam from Sree Vivekananda Memorial Public School cleared it with first class.



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