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Updated on: Tuesday, August 03, 2021, 10:58 PM IST

Class 10 CBSE results: It feels good, say toppers in Bhopal

About 99.47% of students who had enrolled themselves for examination from Bhopal region have been declared successful.
Bhopal: Jubilant students after class X results were declared on Tuesday  |

Bhopal: Jubilant students after class X results were declared on Tuesday |

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Bhopal: Vanisha Pathak (Carmel Convent Sr Secondary School, BHEL), Toshika Kamble, (DPS, Ratibad) and Mansi Manwani (St Joseph’s Sr Secondary Schools, Idgah Hills), who have scored 99.8% marks, are city toppers in Class 10 CBSE examination. The examination results were declared on Tuesday noon.

About 99.47% of students who had enrolled themselves for examination from Bhopal region have been declared successful. The marks of the students have been calculated on the basis of their performance in periodic/unit tests, half-yearly/term examinations and pre-board examinations.

In all 175 students of Carmel Convent School scored 90% or above marks. About 23 students of St Joseph’s Convent scored 100 marks in different subjects. The average marks of students of DPS, Kolar, stood at 87% with Ananya Tripathi (99%) as school topper.

Aneesh Gupta (98.8%) is the topper in Campion School, Arera Colony, with 146 students scoring 80% or above marks. Arayaman Rathore (98.4%) topped in St Joseph’s Convent Co-Ed School, Arera Colony.

In all, 49 students of St Xavier’s school scored 90% or above marks. Toshika Jain with 96.4% marks is the school topper. Free Press talked with some of the toppers. Excerpts:

Mansi Manwani, St Joseph’s Sr Secondary Schools, Idgah Hills, 99.8%

Feeling good

“I am feeling very good. I am very happy with my marks. The decision to cancel the exams was correct because of corona. When it was announced, it came as a disappointment to me as I was well-prepared. Both my parents - Suresh Kumar Manwani and Asha Wadhwani - are college professors. Both tested Covid positive in March this year but thankfully they were home quarantined. I want to become a scientist and will opt for PCM stream. Writing is my hobby. Walking and chatting with friends are my stress busters.”

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Toshika Kamble, Delhi Public School, Ratibad, 99.8%

Right decision

“My marks are as per my expectations. When exams were cancelled, I felt my hard work would go waste but now I feel it was the right decision. I have cleared National Talent Search Examination (NTSE). My father Avinash Kamble and mother Megha Kamble are engineers and I also want to become one. I will appear in JEE. I like reading fiction. I rarely use social media.”

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Tanishka Jain, Carmel Convent Sr. Secondary School, BHEL, 99.6%

Am satisfied

“I am happy and satisfied with my results. I don’t think I have earned my score without hard work. I had appeared in two pre-board examinations, both held offline and also online tests. I had prepared for them. My father Rajneesh Jain is a businessman and my mother Tina Jain is a homemaker. I will opt for PCM stream. I have not yet decided what I want to become in my life. Dance and music are my hobbies. I like listening to soothing music.”

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St Mary's Convent Sr Sec School records 100% pass rate

St Mary's Convent Sr Sec School recorded 100% pass rate in CBSE X board examination results, which were announced on Tuesday. About 178 students had enrolled themselves for the exam. Of them, 38 students scored above 90. 

Aatra Ansari topped with 98% while the second topper Vinamra Patil secured 97.6%. The third highest score of 95.8% was shared between Thushar Singh and Aditya Saxena. Others who occupied the top positions in merit list included Ansh Saxena (95.6%) and Mehak Jeswani (95.4%)

School Principal Sr Maria Jagtap said students have performed better this year despite corona pandemic and lockdown. She commended teachers for their tireless efforts. She congratulated students for their performance and wished them well for future.

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Published on: Tuesday, August 03, 2021, 10:58 PM IST
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