CBSE Class 12 Results 2013: Over 85% students score 80% and above

Queenstown Campus, May 28, 2013

GIIS Queenstown Campus sets remarkable School Average of 85.8%; Meet Upadhyay tops with 95.8%

Matching academic strides with peers worldwide in CBSE Class 12 board exams, GIIS students have achieved outstanding marks with over 85% of students scoring 80% and above. GIIS Queenstown Campus in Singapore achieved a remarkable School Average score of 85.8%, i.e. the average percentage score of each student who appeared for the Class 12 examinations from the school.

Scoring an excellent 95.8%, Meet Upadhyay from GIIS Queenstown Campus has emerged the school topper, closely followed by Mayank Kumar and Tanuj Sengupta, both with 95.4%.

Highlights of CBSE Class 12 Examination Results:

  • 100% pass result
  • School Average is 85.8%
  • 92.4% students scored above 70% aggregate
  • 90.9% students scored above 75% aggregate
  • 85% students scored above 80% aggregate
  • 30.3% students scored 450 and above out of maximum 500
  • 71% students scored 90 and above in Mathematics
  • 92% students scored 90 and above in English
  • 10% students scored 90 and above in Physics
  • 50% students scored 90 and above in Chemistry
  • 29% students scored 90 and above in Biology
  • 44% students scored 90 and above in Computer Science
  • 50% students scored 90and above in Economics
  • 45% students scored 90 and above in Business Studies

GIIS Queenstown Campus School Toppers - CBSE Class 12

Meet Upadhyay
Mayank Kumar
Tanuj Sengupta
Meet Upadhyay
Mayank Kumar
Tanuj Sengupta
Abhishek Srikanth
Devrat Kaushal
Manika Agarwal
Abhishek Srikanth
Devrat Kaushal
Manika Agarwal
Shrabanti Jana
Shrabanti Jana
 Name
Score (%)

 Meet Upadhyay

95.8
Mayank Kumar
95.4
Tanuj Sengupta
95.4
Abhishek Srikanth
95
Devrat Kaushal
94.8
Manika Agarwal
94.8
Shrabanti Jana
94.2
Subject wise Averages CBSE 12 (2013)
CBSE 12 - Percentage of students scoring 400 and above - 2013 Vs 2012

The CBSE Class 12 board examinations were conducted between March 1 and April 17 this year. In total 9, 44, 721 candidates appeared for Class 12 examinations this year.

Conveying his congratulations to all the top achievers, Mr Rajiv Vasudeva, Country Director (Singapore), GIIS, said, “The CBSE Class 12 students and teaching faculty have all put in tremendous efforts to ensure successful outcomes for all in the board exams. The superb results reiterate the school’s academic strength, yet again.”

 

Expressing her joy at the results Ms Meenakshi Mehta, Principal, GIIS Queenstown Campus conveyed, “Our CBSE stars shine again! The par excellence results of yet another batch of CBSE Class 12 with 85.4% of the cohort scoring an aggregate score above 80%, bear testimony to the spirit of commitment and motivation of both students and their teachers. The concerted efforts of a dedicated team, the exhaustive classroom instructions and intensive exam preparations have all paid off as students and teachers celebrate the excellent results. It is a labour of effort, expertise and dedication. My heartiest congratulations to the CBSE team of  students, teachers and parents of GIIS Queenstown. You have made us proud!!”

GIIS Kuala Lumpur Campus, Malaysia

A total of five students appeared for the Class 12 CBSE exams 2013 and they have made the campus proud with their achievements.

Highlights of CBSE Class 12 Examination Results:

  • 100 % Pass Result
  • School Average is 77.6 %
  • Gauri Shyam Chillarge secured 93 %
  • Paridhi Bhatnagar secured 80 %
Gauri Shyam Chillarge
Paridhi Bhatnagar
Gauri Shyam Chillarge
Paridhi Bhatnagar

Ms Mamta Bhargava, Principal, GIIS Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia said, “Every year is a harbinger of new things, whose margin fades forever and forever when we move on to greater heights. This year has been overwhelming with escalating results, an echo of the resounding effort of students, teachers and parents. We congratulate the GIIS Kuala Lumpur team and the school topper Gauri Shyam who has done us all proud with a 93.2 % to her credit.”

Subjectwise Averages - CBSE 12 (2013)

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