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Schools in the State capital have excelled in the CBSE Class XII Board exams this year with many of them posting 100 per cent first division results.
Schools in the capital district put up a good show in the CBSE Class XII examinations, the results of which were announced on Friday.
So we thought of gifting the paper to him,” said Darlin George Kadavan, a nurse and former student of the school.
A total of 99.13% of all boys in class 12 and 99.67% of the girls declared as having passed the examination, with girls outshining boys with 0.54%.
The examinations were not held this year due to the raging COVID-19 pandemic and marks were awarded based on a student's previous academic performance.
According to the State government, exam results from Classes X, XI, and XII would be factored in for evaluation.
He was speaking on the sidelines of the Founder’s Day event at Ethiraj College for Women.
The CBSE has also notified its evaluation criteria for assessing Class XII students, but many students appear unhappy with the arrangement.
The board has directed officials to carry out "sudden inspection" without providing schools any prior information regarding their visit.
The CHSE had earlier announced to publish the annual Class XII examination results by August second week.
Activists pointed out that the private candidates ran a higher risk of dropping out if they cannot enrol for higher studies in the next academic year.
Class XII final results will be released soon, Minister for School Education Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi said here on Sunday.
The bench warned the Andhra government that if any fatality happens due to Covid, the state will be held responsible