Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, July 30
Results of the CBSE Class XII examinations, prepared on the basis of last three years’ performance, were declared by the board this afternoon. Physical exams were not held this year due to the pandemic. Once again, girls bagged the top positions.
Ishroop Kaur Brar, a student of Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Sarabha Nagar, has scored 99.8 per cent marks, maximum amongst all streams. She is a student of humanities. Arshia Bansal of the same school has scored 99.2 per cent marks in commerce stream and Karanvir Singh Jhajj has scored 99.2 per cent marks in medical. Besides, Daman Dang from DAV Pakhowal and Kalpa from DAV BRS have scored 99.2 per cent marks in commerce stream.
Not all happy with criteria
Schools have compiled the results on the basis of past performance of the students in Class X, XI and XII on 30:30:40 per cent basis. While majority of the students are elated with this procedure, many students are unhappy over the criteria because they feel that they had put in a lot of hard work in Class XI and XII as compared to Class X.
In medical stream, Sayam Gupta and Khushbu Sharma from DAV BRS Nagar have also scored 99.2 per cent marks.
In non-medical stream, Once Kaur from KVM scored maximum 99.2 per cent marks.
In other streams, such as mass media, financial market management and food production, three students from BCM Arya School — Muskan Goel, Pareksha Sachdeva and Prapti Narag — have scored 98.6, 98.6 and 98.4 per cent, respectively.
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