Besides, Chahat, six others got 497 marks out of 500. Ludhiana's Astha Bamba, Tanuja Kapri from Haridwar, Supriya Kaushik from Noida, Ghaziabad's Nakul Gupta, Kshitij Anand from Vasundhra and Ananya Singh from Meerut shared the third berth.
A student of Humanities, Meghna Srivastava aspires to be a psychologist. When the results were declared, she was surprised to find her name on the top of the list. "I never stressed about the exams. In fact, I didn't take any tution classes. I just maintained consistency," she said. The magical figure of 99.8 per cent has brought her closer to her dream.
Similarly, Chahat Bodhraj, is passionate about art and psychology and has actively participated in debates and recitations.
Girls yet again outperformed boys with an overall passing percentage of 88.31 compared to 78.09 of boys.
The results can be checked on: cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in.
Class 10 results are expected to be announced in the next two days.