The students of schools that are part of The Hindu in School (THiS) programme said hard work, competitive spirit among classmates and the support of teachers and parents yielded the desired results in the CBSE class 12 examinations.
At Rashtriya Military School, 44 out of the 46 cadets passed. Cadet Rahul Karki topped with 88% marks.
Delhi Public School Bangalore North achieved 100% results, with 195 students passing. Rahul Oommen Kurian (97.4%) was the topper in the science stream, Megha Rastogi (96.6%) in the commerce stream, and Ishita Yashbir Singh (97.6%) in the humanities stream.
At National Public School, HSR Layout, 42 of 63 students in the science stream scored 90% and above, while 16 of 22 students did so in the commerce stream. Sayoojya Prasad (97%) topped in science while and Ankitaa N. Iyer (also 97%) topped in commerce.
Presidency School Bangalore East, Kasturingar, also achieved 100% results, with nine of 17 students scoring 90% and above. Parameshwaran Chidambaram topped with 94.6%.
At BGS National Public School, Hulimavu, all 48 students passed with first class. Ananya R. Burli (98.6%) emerged the school topper. She scored full marks in mathematics and computer science.
At NPS, Rajajinagar, 79 of 82 students secured distinction, while three passed with first class. Shathakshi Sarangi topped by securing 98%.
For the third consecutive year, NPS Yeshwantpur achieved 100% results. Aadi Chaturvedi (95.2%) topped in PCMCs while Srujana K.R. (94.2%) did so in PCMB.
At Agragami Vidya Kendra, Yelahanka, six of the 16 students passed with first class. Vedant Kodagi (94%) topped.