Result of All India Secondary School Examination (Class XII) - 2018


SHALLU KUMARI WON TOP POSITION WITH 96.0% MARKS (COMMERCE)
RUPAL WON TOP POSITION WITH 95.2% MARKS (NON- MEDICAL)
DURGA GURJAR WON TOP POSITION WITH 94.2% MARKS (MEDICAL)
SANDHYA KUMARI WON TOP POSITION WITH 91.8% MARKS (HUMANITIES)

02 STUDENTS SECURED 95% & ABOVE
15 STUDENTS SECURED 90% & ABOVE
63 STUDENTS SECURED 80% & ABOVE
01 STUDENT SECURED 100 MARKS IN BIOLOGY

OUR STAR PERFORMERS

Name of the Student %age Name of the Student %age
SHALU KUMARI 96.0 NIKITA VERMA 92.0
RUPAL 95.2 SANDHYA KUMARI 91.8
HARISH 94.8 SABALE SAMRUDHI KALYAN 91.6
DURGA GURJAR 94.2 ANKIT 91.2
ASHISH KUMAR 94.2 SWETA 90.6
SACHIN KUMAR SHRMA 94.0 RAHUL SHEORAN 90.4
NEERAJ SHARMA 93.2 SHIVANI CHOUNDKAR 90.2
PADMALAYA NAYAK 92.8 HIMANSHU 90.0
GOURAV SINGH 92.0    

 

 

Result of All India Secondary School Examination (Class X) - 2018


1. Overall School Result:

Total Number of Students Appeared: 204
Total Number of Students Passed: 204
Total Number of Students who scored above 90%: 32
Total Number of First Divisions: 188

 

2. School Toppers

Sr No. Name of the Student %age
1 Janvhi Shukla 96.0 %
2 Asha Kumari 95.8 %
3 Solanki Prachi 95.6 %

 

3. Subject Wise Toppers:

Subject Highest Score No. of Highest Scorers
English 97 4
Hindi 99 8
Math 99 7
Science 97 1
Social Science 99 2



Principal's Message

Dear students, this is what School expects from all of you when you leave its portals. To become future leaders and achievers, one has to be supported by two integral traits of character - humility and integrity.

Humility, or the quality of genuine modesty and unpretentiousness, is often disregarded while describing traits of good leaders because it seems to suggest a lack of toughness and resolve. But humility must never be viewed as a weakness as it creates room for constant improvement. The other character trait is integrity that means to have honesty and consistency between one's words and action. Your behaviour and actions will be the key to your credibility. Every small perception of inconsistency will hurt trust...

Principal's Message