Meet the UAE CBSE topper who just broke an IHS record

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For the boys, the pass percentage remained at 78, in the results announced on Sunday.

The CBSE started a helpline with toll free number 18000118004 for psychological counselling post the Class XII results. I dedicate my rank to my parents, teachers and friends.

The National Eligibility Test (NET) is hosted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on behalf of UGC.

She also set an example for others with her remarkable feat as getting high scores in the Humanity stream is always considered to be tougher than in Science and Commerce streams. Bhumi Sawant from Chandigarh, Punjab secured 99.4 per cent bagging the second position while Aditya Jain secured the third position with 99.2 per cent marks.

In Jharkhand, Ashish Kirti Singh of Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Bokaro, was reportedly the state topper in science with 98 per cent, followed close on the heels by Harsha Shah of DAV-Pundag, Ranchi, with 97.8 per cent.

The overall topper Kingdomwide was Roshan Raju, who secured 97.2 percent in the science stream.

Nanduri Shrishti of science stream scoring 96.4 percent topped in the school, while Abdul Rahman and Hiba Nisar jointly stood second with 96.2 percent.

"Proud of all teachers and principals who worked hard with our kids", the Chief Minister said in another tweet. "I did what I had to do and am glad I scored well".

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"I was expecting about 95 percent, but 99.6 percent was unimaginable", she said.

And for her, the long-term dream is to become the founder of her own start-up. A total of 19.85 lakh students have appeared for the 10 and 12 class examinations while 8.86 lakh aspirants were appeared for the class 10 examinations across India. According to Vandana Joshi, vice principal of DPS Bopal, 355 students appeared for the class 12 exams.

Later talking to media here, Sisodia said it was a moment of pride that children studying in Delhi government schools were performing better than those in private schools.

"I am really happy with her achievement", her father said.

In the steel city, girls and boys have fared uniformly. This year, the overall pass percentage was recorded at 82.02 %, showing a slight dip since last year, which recorded a 83.05% result.

The results this year were delayed as the CBSE had proposed to scrap the moderation policy on April 25. It is more than the CBSE's pass percentage.

However, before it could declare the results, the high court said that doing so in the middle of an academic year would have students of the current batch at a disadvantage.