Two students of PUNE The Bishop’s School, Camp along with 76 others have secured third rank and scored 99.25 per cent in ISC or class 12 results. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) on Sunday declared the ISC or Class 12 results.
Kalpana Panda from Science stream and Kanishk Sujai Hegde from Commerce stream has secured 99.25 per cent marks.
Panda said, “I was not expecting such extraordinary results, but I am grateful to all my teachers and fellow students for helping me. I got a lot of support from the school. For the last two years, I am doing my JEE. I was preparing for the entrance exam, as I was preparing for it, I already had a definite study schedule. And when the board exams came near, I started preparing for my board exams simultaneously. Attended most of his class lecturers and took breaks when needed to watch videos or spend time with friends.”
“I am looking forward to get admission in one of the top engineering colleges in the country for computer science engineering,” Panda said.
Apart from these two toppers of the city, there are many other students from various other schools and junior colleges, including Anurag Adlakha of The Bishop Co-Ed School, Kalyani Nagar, who has scored 97.75 per cent and is the commerce stream topper in the school. . ,
In St. Mary’s School and Junior College, Nidhi Taleda secured the first position in the college with 96.5 percentile in science stream and the college passed 100 percentile.
Similarly, Vibgyor High School and Junior College, NIBM Road has scored cent percentile and Gatik Gupta has scored 98.5 percentile from commerce stream.
According to information provided by CISCE, out of a total of 96,940 students from 1,228 schools who appeared for ISC or Class 12 exams in the country, 51,142 were boys and 45,798 were girls. And 381 of them have failed the exam across the country.
The overall pass percentage is 99.38 percent, while girls have outperformed boys, the pass percentage is 99.52 percent and boys have secured 99.26 percent pass percentage.
The ISC exam has been conducted in 49 written subjects, out of which 12 are Indian languages and 5 are foreign languages and 2 are classical languages.
“The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi congratulates all the candidates who have qualified the ISC examination. Maximum penetration is from the northern region which includes the states of Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, New Delhi and NCR, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. In India, Southern Zone has the best pass percentage, i.e. 99.81 percent, followed by Western Zone with 99.58 percent pass percentage. Whereas the southern region has the highest percentage of girls, i.e. 52.12 per cent, who appeared in the examination.” Gerry Arathoon, Chief Executive and Secretary, CISCE said.