Bhubaneswar: Parents and students of class XII CBSE Board from various schools in the city staged a dharna in front of the board office here today protesting discrepancies in declaration of results on Sunday.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday declared the examination results of the Senior Secondary School Examinations (Class 12) which were conducted in March and April this year.
She was among 522 students from her school waiting for the results, and Kumar said they recorded a 100 per cent pass rate in this year's exams.
Shobha Tyagi, principal of Maharaja Agrasen Public School, however said that marginal dip in results must not be blamed on the moderation policy. She just fell short of two marks-one each in History and Psychology-to get a ideal 100 in each of the five subjects.
Speaking to ANI here, a jubilant and excited Raksha said, "My aim was not getting the top grade, but to do well. She has made entire Haryana and her country proud", said her father.
A total of 58,935 students had appeared at the CBSE Class-XII examination from the Bhubaneswar zone. At the second spot is Bhoomi Sawant De who comes from Chandigarh and has scored 99.4 percent marks.
Beside congratulating the students, Javadekar also talked to toppers over phone. "He had my blessings", she said. "Students from 39 KVs appeared for class 12 examinations in Gujarat". Titir, an IAS aspirant, said she opted for arts despite a CGPA of 10 in Class X.
The CBSE hosted its result on the internet with technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Government of India.
She said her parents broke into "tears of joy" and candies were distributed among the family members and friends after the results.
Aditya Jain and Mannat Luthra, both from Bhavan Vidyalaya in Chandigarh, came joint third with 99.2 per cent marks each. "I was taking a shower but when he told me the score, I thought he was kidding".
She wants to study political science in the University of Delhi.
Many schools nowadays put up their Class 10 results on their official website, so you can head over there too.
"I am there, your parents are there and your friends are there with you".
"It feels great that I have secured 99.4 per cent marks and placed at the second spot countrywide".
"Shri Modi rose to this position from a humble background proving that anything is possible with hard work, grit and determination", he said.