THE Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), which declared the class 10 and 12 results on Monday, did not follow any moderation policy this year, a top board official said.
Candidates willing for the rechecking of their answer papers can apply between May 14 (today) and May 21.
This year, the CISCE's ICSE exams were held from February 26 to March 28, while the ISC examswere conducted from February 7 and April 2.
The state has registered a commendable performance in the Class X Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Class XII Indian School Certificate (ISC) examinations, the results of which were announced.
Kshipra Motikar ranked at city's top spot with 98%. A science enthusiast, Das wishes to give himself another year to figure out what exactly he wants to pursue "I am going to chose physics, chemistry, math and biology (PCMB) for now", he shared. "There were times I was not able to go to school but my teachers were very supportive and helped me even after school hours". Devdas Ghadge, headmaster of Hume McHenry School, which also had 100 per cent results, added, "We were only offering science all this time, but from the next academic year, we are planning to start commerce again". Talking to NT, Himanshu says, "I was not aware that I am the topper of my school". "I did it all on my own through a target-based study method", she said. Sumedh Ramteke secured second rank with 89% and Ayush Ghore secured third rank with 88.4%. He added, "All the efforts that my teachers made finally reaped the fruits and that only helped me in securing first rank in my school".
Similarly, students of Marie Poussepin's Academy also excelled in the exam as Mahi Harishkumar Yadav is the school topper with 94.14%.
She said that there is no room for doubts if you have to score well, especially if your subjects are arts. Alka Murthy, principal of Zydus School for Excellence, Vejalpur, said, "Result is good and balanced, especially in class 10". "I congratulate all the students and their parents for their marvellous achievement on behalf of all the staff and management".
Third position was jointly shared by 12 students: Nidhi Nilesh Dhanani and Vishruti Parag Shah of Vibgyor High, Goregaon (W), Mumbai; Sarantha Danielle Correa of Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai; Neel Mulay of Greenwood High, Bengaluru; Vasvi Gupta of Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer; Sarthak Mittal of Smt Lilavatibai Podar High School, Mumbai; Vedika Manish Manek of St Gregorios High School, Mumbai; Abheya Arora of St Joseph's Convent School, Jalandhar; Swarup Padhi of Kerala Samajam Model School, Jamshedpur; Priya Kumari of Hill Top School, Jamshedpur; Spriha Pandey of The Heritage School, Kolkata and Anuraag Ghosh of The Aryans School, Kolkata. Unlike most toppers, she did not have specific hours to study, she admits.
Husain Saifuddin Zariwala of MSB Educational Institute topped in his school with 93%. "I have worked really hard to get this score".