Delhi young lady and business student M Gayatri topped the CBSE Class XII 2015 exams, scoring 496 out of 500. This is not just the second sequential year that Delhi has hurled the all-India topper, Delhi/NCR likewise represented three of the four students who shared the main three positions this year.
Mythili Mishra of Amity International School, Sector 44 Noida, and Saurabh Bhambri of K R Mangalam World School, Greater Kailash, imparted top respects in humanities to a score of 495 out of 500. B Arjun from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Pattom (Thiruvananthapuram), who additionally scored 495, was the science topper.
In a proceeding with example of overcoming adversity, young ladies drove the walk this year also: 87.6% girls passed the exams, contrasted with 77.8% boys. The general pass rate this year was 82%.
Gayatri, a student of New Green Field School in Saket, scored 99.2%, incorporating straight hundreds in mathematics, accountancy and business studies. "I took music classes to de-stress myself," the slender 18-year-old told TOI. "I understand how essential it is not to overburden yourself with studies amid board examinations. I cherish singing, it helped me concentrate all the more on my studies and at whatever point I felt lost, my guardians were there to perk me up."
While Delhi sacked three of the main four openings, it was Thiruvananthapuram that recorded the best pass rate of CBSE's 10 areas, at 95.41%. Chennai took after with 91.14% while Delhi was in third position with 86.13%.
The general pass rate of 82% was, be that as it may, 0.7% lower than a year ago - the first drop following 2012. An aggregate of 10,07,322 students showed up for the exam this year, 21,000 more than a year ago, and all locales saw a dunk in the pas rate. Establishment savvy as well, notwithstanding Central Tibetan schools, there has been a noteworthy drop on this tally. Kendriya Vidyalayas fared the most exceedingly bad, logging a fall of 2.7% over a year ago. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas demonstrated the best pass rate, at 96.82%, which too was a drop of 0.7% from a year ago. Non-public schools didn't resist the pattern, either.
There was a negligible drop in the aggregate number of competitors in the unique classification also: 2,125 against 2,275 in 2014. The pass rate, nonetheless, enhanced from 83% in 2014 to 85.07% this year. The topper in this class is Vidhi Maheshwari from Chettinad Vidyashram, Chennai who scored 490 out of 500 in the trade stream. A sum of 123 hopefuls from the exceptional class scored 90% or more in the exams this year, including 15 who scored 95% or more.