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CBSE releases Grade 12 exam results

Students could access the results on the internet from 6.30am local time

  • By Anjana Sankar, Senior Reporter
  • Published: 11:38 May 21, 2010

  • Image Credit: Supplied
  • Clockwise from top left: Delhi Private School, Dubai, toppers Nishant Raymond D’Souza ( Science: 92.2%), Pankaj Ramachandran (Commerce: 91%), Divya Seshadri (Commerce: 87.8%) and Skandh Pathak (Science: 92%)
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Dubai: The Grade 12 Central Board of Secondary Education exam results were released on Friday.

Students could access the results on the internet from 6.30am local time.

A total of 3,573 students from 33 schools in the UAE sat for the Board exam this year.

Parents and students were eagerly awaiting the results because the scores are crucial in gaining admissions to Indian universities or for pursuing higher studies abroad.

The results for Grade 10 CBSE are expected to be released within a week.

For complete results:  CBSE Exam Results 2010 

UAE results received by Gulf News so far are as follows:

Indian Public High School, RAK:

In the science stream, Aishwarya Pradeem scored 89.8 and came first followed by Rupakala Bhaskara Rao with 89.2. In the commerce stream, Nandini Alagappan topped with 89 per cent and Safwan Mohammed came second with 88.8 per cent.

Al Ain Juniors School:

The school has scored 98% result in both Science and Commerce stream for Grade 12 .

Nayan Gupta has topped the Science group with 89.2% marks while Natasha D’Souza tops the Commerce Stream with 89%. The three students who topped the Science stream are Nayan Gupta , Iman and Rinoza Parveen with 89.2%, 86 % and 85% respectively . Similarly in Commerce stream Natasha D’souza, Jayesh Dhankani and Rahul Shivkani topped with 89 per cent, 84 per cent and 71 per cent respectively.

St.Joseph’s school, Abu Dhabi:

A total of 29 students appeared for Science and 33 for Commerce stream.In the science stream, Lamiza Abdu Salam came first with 91.2 per cent followed by Madhushani Vijayakumar with 90.8 per cent. In the commerce stream, Karishma Jaikishen came first with 91.6 per cent and Neha Najeeb came second with 89 per cent.

Abu Dhabi Indian School:

Of the total 241 students appeared, 147 students passed with distinction. Vishnuroshan topped the science stream with 95.4 and Syed Tasmiya topped the UAE in the Commerce Stream with 94.8 aggregate.
 

Millennium School, Dubai

The school has achieved a 100 per cent result. In the science stream, Taniya Ittan topped with 95.60 per cent, Charu Jangid came second with 95.40 per cent. In Commerce Stream, Khadija Shabbir came first with 93.40 per cent and Suraj Kumar came second with 92.20 per cent.

The Indian High School, Dubai

The school has got the top score in Humanities stream with 94.8% at the CBSE exam.

The school has achieved a 99.8 per cent pass result among 458 boys and girls of which 43 per cent of students have scored 80 per cent and above aggregate marks and 95.4 per cent have been placed in the First Division.

Asokan Nair topped the Science group with a 95.2%, Vidya Keertana Shanmugasundaram topped the Commerce Stream with 93.2%. The topper of the Humanities stream is Rasheeda Shabbir with 94.8%.

Delhi Private School
Sharjah

The school has marked the highest percentage so far with Varsha Madhavnarayan Totadri securing 96.2% followed by Manish Raje who secured 96 per cent in the science stream. In the Commerce stream Sneha Elsa Raji topped with 93.2 per cent and Sahil Raju Bhagwananey secured 92.8 per cent.

Out of the 186 students who appeared for the exam 121 secured distinction.

The Principal, Mrs. Vandana Marwaha congratulated the students on their success and said it was the team effort of the staff, students and parents whose work achieved such magnificent result.

An excited topper Varsha commented that it was her teachers, parents and her focused hard work that enable her to produce such results.

Manish Raje also said that it was his parents, teachers and his motivation to do well that helped him in securing high marks.

Delhi Private School
Dubai

In the Science stream the toppers are Nishant Raymond D’Souza with 92.2 per cent. The second position in Science stream was secured by Skandh Pathak with 92 per cent.

In the Commerce stream the toppers are Pankaj Ramachandran with 91 per cent and the second position in Commerce stream was secured by Divya Seshadri with 87.4 per cent. 

Our Own English High School
Dubai

A total of 257 students of Our Own English High School, Dubai appeared in exam. In the science stream, Shaziya Kalam secured 93.6 per cent aggregate and topped the Science Stream followed by Supraja Balasubramanian with 93.4 per cent and Chandni Sunil Sawlani, Greeshma Girish and Ushma Unnikrishnan with 93.2 per cent.

In the commerce stream, Rajeswari Sajiv Kumar secured 94.6 per cent in the Commerce stream and stood first in the school.

Jainy Zavier stood second with 93.4per cent followed by Sahar Al Sadat Rezvani with 93.2 per cent.

In the Humanitarian stream, Varsha Anil Nair secured 92.6 per cent aggregate in Humanities Stream and came first followed by Eisha Gupta with 89.6per cent and Fathima Ruknaddin with 88.6per cent.

Of the 257 students, 54.9 per cent secured distinction (75 per cent and above) and 91.1 per cent scored an aggregate of 60% and above. A total of 5 students secured A1 grades in all five subjects and 22 students secured A1 grades in four subjects.

22 students achieved 90 per cent and above aggregate.

New Indian Model School
Dubai

In the Science stream, 26 students attained distinction, 25 got first class and two secured second class.

Catherine Anto topped in Science stream with 89.6 per cent Hasneen Sheela Shereef came second with 89.2 per cent.

In the commerce stream, 12 got distinction and 25 students got the first class. Nazrin Abdul Aziz topped in the commerce stream with 87.8 per cent followed by Meenu Manohar with 87.4 per cent.

Indian School
Al Ain

In the Science stream, 42 students appeared out of which 13 students have scored above 80 per cent. In the Science Stream, Tejas Viswanathan came first with 91.6 per cent followed by  Betty Thomas Kurian with 88 per cent.

In the Commerce stream, 39 students appeared out of which 13 of them have scored above 80 per cent while 17 of them have got above 75 per cent. Nidhi Jagdish Nair stands first with 91.8 per cent and Kevin Sam Mammen is second with 91.6 per cent.

Our Own English High School (Boys)
Dubai

Out of the 114 students who appeared , the school achieved 100 per cent results. The topper in science stream is Dishan Nambidiveettil with 94 per cent followed by Arjun Hariharan who got 93.8 per cent. In the Commerce Stream, Eby Nattakam clinched the top position with 84.6 per cent and Syed Ali zaidi came second with 84.4 per cent.

Indian School
Sharjah

The school presented 349 candidates, 202 candidates in the Science Stream and 147 in Commerce Stream.

Nirmal Ghata Manish Kumar with 94.6 per cent marks secured the first rank among girls in Science Stream followed by Anex Elizabeth Mathew with 93.4 per cent marks in the second place.

Among the boys in Science Stream, Jom Joji George with 94.2 per cent marks stood first followed by Aneesh Ashok Kumar with 93.6 per cent marks.

In the Commerce Stream among girls, Prachi Sharma with 87.2 marks stood first followed by Zarine Joseph with 86.8 per cent marks. Among boys in Commerce Stream, Wasim Mohamed Shamsudeen with 87.8 per cent marks stood first followed by Mohammed Junaid with 85.4 per cent marks in the second place.

Twelve students scored above 90 per cent, 44 scored 80 – 89 per cent and 61 students scored 70 to 79 per cent.

Sunrise English Private School
Abu Dhabi

Sherin Elizabeth John has topped the Science stream scoring 92.2 per cent and Liya Santhosh Jacob  gets the first position in Commerce Stream with 88.8 per cent.

Our Own English High (Main Campus - Girls)
Sharjah

The school achieved 100 per cent success in both the Science and Commerce streams in the Exam. The school topper in Science is Deeksha Jain with an aggregate of 95.8 per cent closely followed by Priyavrata Rajasubramanya with 94.6 per cent and Jaya Jain  with 94.2 per cent respectively. The Commerce topper is Prachi Abhay Limaye with an aggregate of 91.6 per cent followed by Ayesha Naseem with 91 per cent and Jayashree Atul Kumar Ghaghada with 89.6 per cent respectively.

A total of 99.4 per cent of students got first class and 71 per cent obtained distinction.

Gulf Asian English School
Sharjah

The school has recorded 100 per cent pass result. Out of 61 students, who appeared for the examination, 50 were placed in the first division out of which 23 secured distinction. Lovepreet Kaur of Commerce Stream topped the list among girls scoring 84 percente, followed by Neha Prakashkumar Baid in the second position scoring 82 percentage.

Mirza Naveed Baig of Commerce Stream topped the list among boys scoring 86 percentage, followed by Shah Fahad in the second position scoring 76 percentage.

Aparna Vijayakumar of Science Stream topped the list among girls scoring 90 percent, followed by Swayanka Samantray and Judditt Anna Mohan in the second position scoring 87 percent. Abubabacker Ibrahim of Science Stream topped the list among boys scoring 88 percente, followed by Edwin Raj in the second position scoring 81 percent.

Our Own High School
Al Warqa

A total of 207 boys appeared in CBSE Grade XII Examination of March 2010,   93 in the Science Stream and 114 in the Commerce Stream.  The school secured 100 per cent  pass . 90 per cent of the students secured above  60 per cent aggregate marks. Muhammed Najeeb scored 89.8 percent in the Commerce stream follwed by Prateek Jain with 89.6 per cent.

Our Own Indian School
Dubai

The school produced 100% results. The Top three positions in the Commerce Stream were clinched by Sabreena K.M with  93.2 per cent, Second Position by Vincy Mary Varghese with 92.2 per cent and third position by Shamil Ann Thomas with 91.8 per cent. The top three positions in the Science  Stream were clinched by  Kumaraswamy Rakesh, 93 per cent, Reju Dani Koshy, 92 per cent and Lakshmi Vijayamohanan with 90.6 per cent.

Our Own English High School
Fujairah

41 candidates appeared for this examination and all were declared successful. 39% of the candidates scored an aggregate of above 75%. Astha Arya topped the Science stream with an overall average of 93.2%. Rimsha Anjum Beg secured the highest marks in the Commerce Stream, scoring 88.6%.  

Scholars Indian School
Ras Al Khaimah

Milad Sulaiman topped in the Science stream securing 91.4 per cent and Fathimath Nahida has secured 86.8 per cent in the Commerce stream. A total of 31 students appeared for the examination out of which 22 from commerce and 9 from science stream. All the 31 students have passed the examination securing 100% results.

New Indian Model School
Sharjah

In the commerce stream, Sailesh B Nair took the top position with 91.2 per cent. Among girls Noor Afsa stood first. The Science stream topper among girls is Suhaila who secured 85 per cent and among boys Abdullah Aamir stood first with 78 per cent.

Our Own English High School
Al Ain

The school has recorded 100 per cent pass results. Out of 26 students who had appeared for the examination, 25 passed with first division and 1 in second division. Akshya Kannan stands first obtaining an overall aggregate of 95.6 per cent. Shachi Sateesh Kanekar stands second with an overall aggregate of 93.6 per cent. Nishant Panigrahi stands first in the Science Stream with an overall aggregate of 92.6 per cent and Shahbaz Ahmed Raja  stands second in the Science Stream with an overall aggregate of 89.2 per cent. 

 

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