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Coastal Area Shows Good Academic Performance Despite Dip

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The coastal area has done well, according to the CBSE class X and XII results, which were released on Monday. All of the schools and colleges had 100% pass rates. According to reports from the schools and colleges, they passed both tests with perfect scores. But even with the high passing percentages, the schools have noticed a drop in student performance when compared to prior years.

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Senior According to Melissa, the principal of Mount Carmel Central School, kids who receive lower-than-expected grades are requesting reevaluation. Overall, we observe that there has been a minor drop in pupils’ performance this year. As a result, some of them have made plans for revaluation,” the speaker stated. The 10th graders of Mangaluru’s Mount Carmel Central School have achieved perfect scores.

Out of the 152 participants, eight achieved a score more than 95%, 39 between 90 and 95%, 54 between 80 and 89%, 30 between 60 and 79%, and the other participants between 50 and 59%. The top three students in the batch 2023–24 are Ashni Tia D’Mello (98%), Princilla Cardoza (97.6%), and Dheeksha N (96.6%).

In Class 12, Jayden Ethan Tauro scores 94%, P Saanvi and Mohammed Ahsan Bagsaria score 94.8%, while Thaneesha leads the school with 97%. Tek Chand, the principal of Kendriya Vidyalaya-1 Panambur, shares the same opinion.

“The highest percentage among individuals in the grade 12 results used to be approximately 98%, but this year it is 95.6% in class 10 and 96.4% in class 12,” he stated. 46 pupils took the Class 12 exam in total, while 127 candidates who took the Class 10 exam passed.
In grades 10 and 12, Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar, has attained 100% of its goals. Out of the 306 pupils that took the grade 10 exam, 82 received a passing grade of more than 90%, 103 between 80 and 89%, 81 between 70 and 79%, 27 between 60 and 69%, and 13 between 50 and 59%. With 97.4%, Serah Elizabeth Baiju was victorious, followed by Shakthi Shetty.

Out of the 65 pupils that took the grade 12 exam, 16 received over 90% of the possible points, 16 received between 80 and 89%, 19 received between 70 and 79%, and 14 received between 60 and 69%. According to Mathew C. Ninan, director of Little Rock Indian School in Brahmavar, Udupi, Jenna Ann Sonali Shreshta Shetty achieved 96.6% in computer science while Ashwini D. Nayak scored the best in biology with 96.8%. Forty pupils from Vidyagiri, Bantwal’s Raghuram Mukund Prabhu Centenary Public School took the test; seventeen of them received distinction, and eighteen of them passed with first class. For the thirteenth year in a row, the school boasts a 100% pass rate.

107 pupils from Shakti Residential School in Shaktinagar were successful in passing the test. Eleven of the 107 pupils passed with a score of greater than 90%, and twelve passed with a score greater than 85%. Satweer Sharath Rai received 485 out of 500, AN Yuvarajdeep 483, Divya 477, and Tanmay Bhat 476.

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