No more failures in new CBSE ranking

HYDERABAD : Kendriya Vidyalayas in the state continued their domination in the CBSE Class X results of Chennai region that were announced on Tuesday by securing a pass percentage of 99.92. In the recentlyannounced CBSE Class XII too, the KVs had stolen the show by recording a pass percentage of 93.5.

However, since marks have been replaced with grades from last year, the usual euphoria associated with results was missing.

There were no “toppers” and the expectations, stress and anxiety levels among students were minimal.

Under the new grading system, the CBSE has introduced a nine-point scale: A1 (91-100 marks), A2 (8190), B1 (71-80), B2 (61-70),C1 (51-60), C2 (41-50), D (33-40), E1 (21-32) and E2 (20 and below).

Students who obtain qualifying grades -D and above in all the subjects will be awarded a qualifying certificate. CBSE has done away with the practice of declaring candidate “failed.“

Those who secure E1 and E2 grades will get five chances to improve their performance to get promoted to Class XI. Unless these students improve their performance in five attempts, they will not be eligible for admission into Class XI.

The Board will also award merit certificates to the candidates who obtain A1 in all the five subjects. Though the CBSE has made Class X Board exams optional from this year as part of the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation system, most students in the state opted to sit for the Boards and there were less than 100 takers for the school-conducted exams. This year, of the 41 KVs in Hyderabad region, 38 schools secured 100 per cent results and the remaining three got 99 per cent results. A total of 3,888 students had appeared for the Class X exams from KVs this year of whom 3,885 passed. This year, a total of 1,36,722 students had registered for Class X exams in the Chennai region. Of them, 89,543 had opted for Board exams and 47,269 opted for school-conducted exams.

In AP, of the total 19,500 students who registered for Class X exams, less than 100 opted for school-conducted exams. Though CBSE has not declared the pass percentage of Chennai region, officials estimate that it would be nearly 97 per cent. The pass percentage in Andhra Pradesh is estimated at 98.5.

Around 45 out of 285 students from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan School, Jubilee Hills, scored 10/10 CGPA.

They include B. Aparna, S.Sushma Reddy, Tanya Gelli, Anirudh Subramanyam, Krishna Rohit, Ashlin Paul, Beena Wadhwani, S. Anusha, Nikhil Nayak, K. T.Gayatri Devi and Stuthi Sakhi. The school secured 100 per cent results.

From Sister Nivedita School, Ameerpet, Srilekha Sengupta, K. Snigdha and Pooja scored 10/10 CGPA. The school also achieved 100 per cent results.
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