Jamshedpur, May 6: The Central Board of Secondary Education on Monday announced the CBSE 10th Result 2019. Lakshya Jain from Vidya Bharti Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Telco has been declared Jamshedpur topper scoring 99.2 % marks.
The topper seemed content with the outcome and said that her hard work has paid off.
“Consistent hard work, dedication, commitment and by keeping off the social media helped me achieve the topper tag and I want to thank my parents, teachers and Jain monk Muni Pramansagar Maharaj Ji who have helped me a in achieving this success”, said Lakshya.
Talking to The Avenue Mail over the phone, Lakshya informed, “I study 4-5 hours a day and want to be an engineer after which I will take up civil services as a career choice.
“It feels great that I have secured 99.2 per cent marks and placed at the first spot in Jamshedpur and third in Jharkhand. I want to give entire credit to my parents as they supported me a lot.”
Asked about his daily study schedule, he said, “I was flexible with my routine. After school, I used to attend coaching classes in the evening. I used to study for 4-5 hours daily and revise my lessons.”
He said he never put himself under any kind of pressure “but remained focused on what I had to do.”
“I have been flooded with congratulatory messages. My teachers are also extremely happy. It is a proud moment for me, I want to pursue B.Tech computer science,” he said.
Lakshya’s parents said they were extremely happy because their son has made entire Jamshedpur and Jharkhand proud.
Lakshya’s father Rajesh Jain was working with Tata Motors Jamshedpur and he has just joined Endurance Technology. Resident of Vijaya Gardens, Baridih, Lakshya’s mother Poonam Jain is a housewife.
In his free time Lakshya loves to play the guitar and table tennis.
CBSE class X of Bihar and Jharkhand region acquired a total pass percentage of 91.86 per cent, a notch more than the national pass percentage of 91.10 per cent.
Students of the city proved their merit in the CBSE examination and rejoiced along with the school authorities. School campuses and cyber cafes were choc-a-bloc soon after the results were declared.
Principal of Vidya Bharati Chinmaya Vidyalaya Vipin Sharma was happy with the results of her school with one among the state toppers.
“We are happy with the performance of our children. The highest percentage has been less but students have performed very well overall. Although we have not done an analysis of whether boys or girls have performed better yet it looks like both have done equally good,” said Namita Agarwal, principal, Jamshedpur Public School.
As many as 13 students from across India scored 499 out of 500 marks this year in the CBSE Class 10 exams 2019. In a close second, 25 students scored 498 out of 500 marks, and 58 students scored 497 out of 500 marks.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter to congratulate Class 10 students who cleared the CBSE 2019 exams. “Proud of my young friends who have successfully cleared the CBSE Class X examinations,” he said.
Like last year, students from Thiruvananthapuram fared the best in the Class 10 CBSE exams with a pass percentage of 99.85 percent, followed by Chennai (99 percent) and Ajmer (95.89 percent).
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class 10 results today (Monday, 6 May, 2019). CBSE Class 10 students registered a pass percentage of 91.1 percent, a significant rise from 86.07 percent last year.