CBSE Maharashtra students performed better than last year

| Sunday, May 22, 2016 - 11:31
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CBSE Maharashtra students performed better than last year

CBSE Maharashtra students performed better

Mumbai: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the class 12 results of all regions on Saturday afternoon. The performance of Maharashtra region is better than last year, passing percentage of this year is 93.47 whereas the passing percentage of last year was 91.04.
Again this year, girls have outshined boys as 95.03 % girls cleared the exam and 92.19% boys cleared the exam.
From the Maharashtra region, 15,071 students appeared for the examination of which 14,087 passed the exam. A total of 8,288 boys and 6,783 girls appeared out of which 7,641 boys and 6,446 girls cleared the exams. 
Here the list of toppers from different streams: 
Neel Kapoor, scored 98.6% in the science stream he is a student of Apeejay School in Nerul. He scored 100 marks each in Maths and Computer Science. Neel aspires to be an electrical or mechanical engineer.
Vishaka Ramesh, scored 97.8% in the commerce stream, is a student of RN Podar School in Santa Cruz.  Vishaka wants to pursue a career in law.
Prithvi Pudhiarkar scored 94.6% in Humanities; he is a student of RN Podar School student. He wants to pursue his career in Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM) and aspires to be a film-maker.
Nilabh Sarkar, studying at Andheri's Rajhans Vidyalay, is his college topper under the differently-abled category (spastic) with 87%.

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