New Delhi/Lucknow: Total 96,940 students- 52. 76% of boys and 47. 24% of girls wrote—from 1,228 schools CISCE Class twelfth Examination pass percentage For girls (99.52) it is marginally higher than for boys (99.26), the officials said, while the overall pass percentage was 99.38. The northern region has the best pass percentage (99.43), followed by the eastern region with 99.18.
Of the seven UP toppers, five are from Lucknow – Akash Srivastava from CMS (Gomtinagar), Aditya Vishnu Jhivania and Faheem Ahmed from CMS (Rajajipuram), Simran Singh and Akshata from CMS (Aliganj).
Garhwal from Seth MR Jaipuria School. Prabkeerat Singh of The Chintels School, Kanpur and Ananya Agarwal from Girls High School and College, Prayagraj also secured the first position.
Akash Srivastava said he did his investigation and re-examined Result Because he could not believe that he was included in the national toppers. “My aim is to pursue a course in Computer Science Engineering from IIT-Kanpur,” he said.
Aditya Vishnu Jhivania, who aspires to become a computer engineer, said, “To become a national topper, one has to study for 8-10 hours a day. Simran Singh, who aspires to become a civil servant, said: “One should be persistent and not have the habit of studying more a month before the exam, or giving more time to some subjects and less time to others.”
For the first time in the history of the board, CISCE conducted two exams in a single year. While the semester one examination was conducted in November-December, 2021, the second semester examinations were conducted in April-May, 2022 for both class X and class XII.
UP topper Faheem Ahmed, who aspires to become a civil servant, firmly believes that class lectures help him score well. In Gurugram, it is double happiness for Anandita Mishra and her twin brother Aditya as they have secured the top two positions.
Anandita scored 399 out of 400 in Science and Aditya was one mark behind her.
(With inputs from Siddharth Tiwari in Gurugram and Agencies)