CBSE X (Central Board of Secondary Education) 2011 Results
Tuesday, 31 June, 2011:
Schools in Ernakulam district have secured excellent results in the Class X examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
Several schools registered cent per cent pass in the examination. Toc H Public School at Vyttila won 116 distinctions. Nalanda Public School at Thammanam won 39 distinctions while Al-Ameen Public School at Edappally won 85 distinctions.
Fourteen students secured A 1 in all subjects. Gregorian Public School at Maradu won 80 distinctions, 23 students scored A1 in all subjects. Twenty eight students of Choice School at Tripunithura won A 1 in all subjects.
Twenty-five students of Assisi Vidyaniketan, Chembumukku, won A1 in all subjects. All the 147 students passed the examination. Six students of Assisi Vidyaniketan Public School at Perumpilly secured Grade point 10 in all subjects.
Nine students of Greets Public School at Kaloor won A 1 in all subjects while five students of St. Paul's International School at Kalamassery won A 1 in all subjects.
Fifteen students of Vidyadhiraja Vidyabhavan Senior Secondary School at Angamaly won A1 in all subjects while nine students of Greenvalley Public School at Kothamangalam bagged A1 in all subjects. Modern Public School at Kaloor won 10 distinctions.
Navy Children's School, Kochi, won 104 distinctions, 28 students won A1 in all subjects. Mar Thomas Public School at Thengode won 49 distinctions while Cochin Public School at Thrikkakara bagged 40 distinctions.
Ten students of Nava Nirman Public School, Vazhakkala, won A1 in all subjects while S.B.O.A Public Senior Secondary School at South Chittoor won 47 distinctions.
Jama-ath Residential Public School at Padamugal won 35 distinctions while 37 students of Chinmaya Vidyalaya at Tripunitura bagged A 1 in all subjects. Campion School at Edappally won 81 distinctions.
Twenty four students bagged A 1 in all subjects. Hira Public School at Panangad secured 100 per cent pass. IGM Public School, Elamakkara secured 100 per cent pass.