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Wednesday, 20 May 2020


CISCE 10th and 12th examinations have shown a big change in the last few years. Earlier, in the top list of these exams, generally the meritorious people of science class used to dominate, but now the students of commerce and humanities are seen to be breaking this myth. Looking at the last few results, it becomes stronger that the meritorious children have started going to science and arts classes in addition to science at will. It can also be understood by linking it to the popular film Three Idiots that instead of imposing their will on parents, they are beginning to see them moving towards their interest.

For example, if we take the result announced on Friday, it will be clear that in the 12th standard, Shravan Jaiswal, a student of commerce class of St. Joseph's College, got 99 percent marks. Shravan has found the full number 100 in a subject like economics which was not even imagined by his teachers. He has also got 100% marks in two other subjects accounts and maths. Eternal Vyas of the same college has scored 98.5 percent marks. Earlier in 2019, Vedika, a student of St. Mary's Convent, topped the district with 99 percent number from Humanities category. Vedika received a full 100 in economics, history and psychology.

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They say

It has been 18 years of teaching me and now I have got such a student (Shravan Jaiswal) who raised our head by getting 100 out of 100 in economics. I found this achievement impossible, but somewhere in my mind, I also believed that sometime in my lifetime, there will be a student who can achieve this impossible goal. Congratulations to Shravan as well as Eternal who scored 99 in economics. Sometimes you fulfill your dreams through others, maybe today Shravan has done this for me and that day has come for me. - Vishnu Dev, teacher of hearing

In recent years the attitude of the students as well as the parents has changed. Earlier, it used to happen that science was given to the highest number in class 10th, commerce to the lowest number of students and the lowest number of students were given humanities (humanities) class. But now the best children are going to other classes besides science which is a positive change. There are various career options like Civil Services, CLAT for students of other classes. -Father Thomas Kumar, Principal St. Joseph's College