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Jubilation over CBSE results

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 28 � The jubilation is yet to sink in for some city-based schools that scripted scintillating performances in the Class XII Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examination, the results of which were declared on Monday.

In keeping with the national trend of girls scoring the highest, in NPS also, Maitreyee Sarma from the Science stream became the school topper with 95.4%, followed by Vanlalrengpuii Ralte of Arts who scored 93.8% and the third highest average was scored by Pratik Soni of Commerce stream with 92.2%.

Pratik Soni, a student of Commerce who scored the third highest average in the Class XII exam, said that he did not make any prior plan for studying and completing the syllabus. �There was no extra pressure of studies and I only studied for four to six hours a day.�

On the other hand, the first AISSCE batch of Royal Global School, Guwahati achieved remarkable academic excellence with Aditya Modi bagging 97.4% in Commerce and Kushal Beria with 95.2% in Science.

�It gives us immense pleasure as our first batch passed with flying colours. I extend my heartiest congratulations to all the students who have brought laurels to the school and themselves. We thank our management, teachers, students and their families for this achievement- we are overwhelmed,� shared Anubha Goyal, Principal, Royal Global School.

There was euphoria at the Faculty Higher Secondary School as well, especially after five of its students in the Arts stream and one in the Science stream � Bhargav Kalpa Bora, Karabi Barman, Sudarshana Bhattacharyya, Priyanka Das, Prateek Sarma and Ankur Deka respectively secured 97% in the Class XII exam.

In the Commerce stream, Anirudh Sarma secured the highest 96.3% marks. Many students of the school secured 96% and 95% marks in the Science and Commerce streams.

Students of other schools, including Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Delhi Public School, Army Public School, Gurukul Grammar, Kendriya Vidyalaya Khanapara, Maria�s Public School, Srimanta Sankar Academy, Sarala Birla Gyan Jyoti and Sai Vikash came out with flying colours, bringing jubilations among one and all.

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Jubilation over CBSE results

GUWAHATI, May 28 � The jubilation is yet to sink in for some city-based schools that scripted scintillating performances in the Class XII Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examination, the results of which were declared on Monday.

In keeping with the national trend of girls scoring the highest, in NPS also, Maitreyee Sarma from the Science stream became the school topper with 95.4%, followed by Vanlalrengpuii Ralte of Arts who scored 93.8% and the third highest average was scored by Pratik Soni of Commerce stream with 92.2%.

Pratik Soni, a student of Commerce who scored the third highest average in the Class XII exam, said that he did not make any prior plan for studying and completing the syllabus. �There was no extra pressure of studies and I only studied for four to six hours a day.�

On the other hand, the first AISSCE batch of Royal Global School, Guwahati achieved remarkable academic excellence with Aditya Modi bagging 97.4% in Commerce and Kushal Beria with 95.2% in Science.

�It gives us immense pleasure as our first batch passed with flying colours. I extend my heartiest congratulations to all the students who have brought laurels to the school and themselves. We thank our management, teachers, students and their families for this achievement- we are overwhelmed,� shared Anubha Goyal, Principal, Royal Global School.

There was euphoria at the Faculty Higher Secondary School as well, especially after five of its students in the Arts stream and one in the Science stream � Bhargav Kalpa Bora, Karabi Barman, Sudarshana Bhattacharyya, Priyanka Das, Prateek Sarma and Ankur Deka respectively secured 97% in the Class XII exam.

In the Commerce stream, Anirudh Sarma secured the highest 96.3% marks. Many students of the school secured 96% and 95% marks in the Science and Commerce streams.

Students of other schools, including Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Delhi Public School, Army Public School, Gurukul Grammar, Kendriya Vidyalaya Khanapara, Maria�s Public School, Srimanta Sankar Academy, Sarala Birla Gyan Jyoti and Sai Vikash came out with flying colours, bringing jubilations among one and all.

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