Altogether, 333 boys and 329 girls in Goa were in the Class XII CBSE batch of 2021, of which only one boy did not clear the class.
In a year scores were tabulated based on students’ performance in Class XII internal exams and results in previous years, schools in Goa saw the number of its students with over 90% score shoot up.
So far, one of the highest known scorers in the state at Class XII CBSE for 2021 was from the Navy Children’s School in Chicalim.
Of the 88 Class XII students at the Navy Children’s School, Vaibhav Yadav from the science stream had the highest score of 489 out of 500, securing a pass percentage of 97.8%.
Vaibhav Yadav, a science student, secured 97.8%
Most schools recorded cent per cent result
Sian D’Souza topped the commerce stream in the school with 97.2% and Shreya Joshi from the humanities stream had a score of 96.8%.
“All 88 students cleared the exam from the school. Kudos to the CBSE for rolling out the results in record time in spite of a year which saw no board exams due to the pandemic. Last few days, till July 25, 2021, teachers and results compilation committees were working overtime in tandem with the Board to see to it that the results are declared in a fair manner,” said principal Anupama Mehra.
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in Canacona, too, recorded cent per cent results with all 47 of its students clearing the exam. Of these, 46 got a distinction and the average score was 87.6%.
While Prathamesh Jambotkar topped the school with a score of 95.8%, Apurva Pilankar and Nivedithkumar Jampangi were close behind with both scoring 95.6%. Sanchit Ghadi stood third in the school scoring 95% at Class XII.
The Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in Valpoi saw all its 21 students clear the exam with 94.6% being the highest score. Five students scored over 90% from the rural institute.
From Sunshine Worldwide School in Old Goa, 38 students from Class XII were awaiting the CBSE results.
“All students cleared their class and 75% was the average score. The highest score by a student was 94.8% across the streams of science, commerce and humanities. The pandemic has proven what we have been promoting all long in our school – that one should not worry about the results and the learning outcome is important,” said director Deepak Khaitan.
Kendriya Vidyalaya INS Mandovi, Verem, too saw all 47 of its 2021 batch clearing Class XII, principal Ravi Pratap Singh said. “Jiya Yadav topped the school scoring 95.6%, followed by 95% by Dhruv Mundhra, 94.6% by Ayush Kumar Pathak and 94.4% by Sajana,” said the school’s principal
At the Kendriya Vidyalaya II in Vasco also, the results were cent per cent, officials informed.
At Mount Litera Zee School, Zuarinagar, 47 students were in Class XII and the institute recorded 100% results. The highest scorer was from the science stream with a percentage of 96.4%.
“Shrinidhi Karkal had a score of 96.4%, science student Zia Ali was second with 96%, commerce students Shubham Halder and Tarushi Agarwal with scores of 95.2% and 94% were third and fourth in the school, respectively. Ten of our students had scores of 90% and above, 16 had scores between 75% and 89%, 13 scored between 60% and 74% and seven had scores from 55% to 59%,” said principal Sandhya Venkatesh.