Class Xth Board Result 2021
13 out of 39 students secured more than 90 percent
DPS Chas scripts new history in Class X results – Yuvraj tops with 96 percent marks
Chas (Bokaro). Proving their mettle and exhibiting exceptional academic acumen, DPS Chas Bokaro students have made their mark in the glorious history of the school with their outstanding performance in Class X All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) 2021.
Each student from the second batch of 39 students got first division marks- the topper being Yuvraj Kumar who fetched 96% marks. The other toppers of the school are Sifa Praveen with 95.20 %, Hemant Kumar with 93.80 %, Shruti Singh 93.60%, M Yashwant Rao with 92.80%, Ashish Kumar with 92.60%, Nawdeep Kumar Mahto with 92.20%, Kumari Kanaklata with 92.20 %, Khushi Shandilya with 92%, Shreya with 91.20%, Praneeta Yajya with 90.80%, Laxman Mahta with 90.60 % and Astha Pathak with 90.20% %. Yuvraj Kumar, Hemant Kumar, Kumari Kanaklata and Shreya scored a perfect 100 in Maths, Sanskrit and IT respectively.
02 students secured more than 95 percent, 13 students secured more than 90 percent and 33 students bagged more than 80 percent.
School topper Yuvraj Kumar said, “He is grateful to the school and his teachers for their blessings and inspiration. He aspires to become an IAS officer in future.”
Dr. Hemlata S Mohan, Chief Mentor, DPS Chas said, “It is an outcome of hard work, perseverance and grit of the teachers and students. I congratulate the teachers, the students and their parents for the success and bless the students for their bright future.” “DPS Chas will leave no stone unturned to ensure these students dream big and achieve high. She added that excellence isn’t a skill, it’s an attitude. Students must keep doing good work and continue to strive for higher excellence”, she added.
Congratulating the student's Dean Academics Sanjay Mallick wished the students for their bright future.
Headmistress Ranjita Sharma, said, “The results of the students are a reflection of the persistent efforts put in by the students, teachers, parents and the school. 35 out of 39 students have attained distinctions and will definitely serve an inspiration to move ahead with greater determination”.