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CBSE Class XII 2016 Results: Top Three Rankers Are Girls

The top three ranks in the CBSE Class XII board exams are secured by the girls.

While Sukriti Gupta has topped the list with 99.4% marks, she is followed by PalakGoyal at the second rank with 99.2% marks and the third one is SomyaUppal who has stood third with 99% marks.

Let’s find out the study plan of the three girls which helped them to score such high percentages:

Sukriti Gupta: She is from Mont Ford School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi. She has scored 497 out of 500. In an interview she has given credit to the right balance at home and school. She has given equal importance to teachers, coaching as well as self-study to be able to succeed.

PalakGoyal: She is from Tagore Public School, Pehowas, Kurukshetra, Haryana.Palak had non-medical subjects and she has scored 100 per cent in pHysics, 99 in Chemistry., mathematics, English and Physical Education. She believed in in-depth study and took time off for her favourite activities.

SomyaUppal: She is from St. Theresa’s Convent School, Karnal, Haryana. She has scored 495 out of 500 marks. She used to study for 4 to 6 hours a day, but as the dates for the exams got near she increased the duration to 12 to 15 hours.

CBSE Ready to Mention Caste in Class 10 Certificate

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now allowed students to get their caste quoted on their class 10 certificates.  A notice has been issued to schools and they have passed to the students.  According to a government school teacher in Delhi, students can get their case mentioned on their 10 class pass certificate if they want. However, it is strictly optional and no one will be forced to do it.

Some schools had requested CBSE to include this option as lots of institutes demand the certificates of caste from CBSE board students.  However, as clarified by the CBSE head Vineet Joshi, this should be treated as a caste certificate as it has no authority to issue the same.

City schools have shown a mixed response to the provision as a large number of students are refusing this option.  Many people say it will increase polarization in a classroom.  Many others are treating it as a useful step because it eliminates the need of additional caste certificate. As long as it is not made mandatory, it’s a matter of personal choice and freedom.

How to Crack CBSE Board Exams

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It’s not possible to sit in CBSE 12 Board Exams without carrying a baggage of parental pressure, sleepless nights and almost a plethora of advices by all kinds of people who know you. XII board exams, apparently ‘decide’ your future course of studies and the colleges and universities you might or might not get. 3-4 months prior to the Board exams, be it a commerce student or a medical/non-medical one, the pressure remains the same to score marks acceptable enough for both parents and universities alike.

Soon as you enter into class XII, all you hear throughout the entire year before Boards happen is ‘how to prepare, how much to prepare and what to prepare’. Sometimes, the pressure might take on you but the key is to keep focus on whatever concepts you study.

‘Begin from beginning’, yes, this might sound a little too vague but if you want to avoid those exam jitters in the later stage of preparations, you better have a plan in mind. Creating a proper study schedule right from the start will not only help you finish the tasks in hand, but also guide you to take each step towards preparations pragmatically.
In the beginning stage, learn each and every concept from NCERT books, thoroughly. Nothing comes out of NCERT syllabus. Be it any subject; make sure that you take your time out from school studies to learn and absorb it on your own at least thrice a week. Revise topics within 24 hours of understanding them. This will help you to keep them in your memory for a long time.
Keep track of all your notes in a well synchronized manner right from the beginning so that when you are in the final stage of preparations, you don’t waste your time looking around the dustiest corners of your bookshelf and eventually not finding them.
Discuss almost every doubt with your teachers as many times as you can, without any hesitation because that’s precisely what they are supposed to do, to come to your rescue.

Discipline is the key to survive XII board exams. Never ruin your schedule, always stick to it unless it doesn’t get the best out of you.

Healthy eating and sleeping habits aren’t as easy to implement as they sound, thus, assign this responsibility to your mother, she’ll take care of your sleeping and eating business, by hook or by crook.

Despite the entire hullabaloo created amidst and prior to Board Exams, keep hold over your nerves because it’s nothing but an outcome of your preparation. The worst that could happen is that you might not achieve your goal.That doesn’t mean you are any less than your contemporaries. Hard work has never failed anyone.
Thus, study hard, sleep harder. The best is yet to be.

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