There are two boys and seven girls among the top 9 students. In the differently-abled category, A Vijay Ganesh is the topper with 492 marks, Pooja Kumari is second topper with 489 marks, and Lavanya Jha is the third topper with 487 marks. Among the differently-abled students, the pass percentage is 87.52%.
Despite the removal of marks moderation policy, the overall pass percentage has increased marginally. As opposed to 2017, when the pass percentage was 82.02%, the pass percentage this year is 83.01%.
A total of 12737 students have scored 95% and above and 72599 students have scored 90% and above marks.
Meghna Srivastava, who is from Humanities, scored full marks in History, Geography, Psychology, Economics and missed the century in Core English by just one marks. Meghna has outdone the CBSE topper from last year, Raksha Gopal who scored 99.6% in the 12th board exams. Meghna Srivastava has scored an aggregate 99.8% marks. The second topper, Anushka Chandra too is from Humanities.
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