New Delhi, May 7 : Dewang Kumar Agarwal from Kolkata and Vibha Swaminathan of Bengaluru topped the Class 12 ISC examination with 100 per cent marks while Mumbai’s Juhi Rupesh Kajaria and Manhar Bansal from Muktsar in Punjab were joint toppers in the Class 10 ICSE exam securing 99.60 per cent, as per the results declared on Tuesday.
The pass percentage for the ICSE exams was 98.54 while it was 96.52 for the ISC exam.
This year also, girl students outshone the boys in the exams.
The pass percentage of the ICSE was highest in the western region at 99.76, followed by the southern at 99.73, eastern at 98.87, and northern 97.87. It was 100 per cent for abroad.
In the ISC results, the southern region topped at 98.91, Western region showed a pass percentage of 98.13, eastern 96.66, and northern was at 95.76. It was 99.69 per cent for abroad.
The ICSE and the ISC examinations were organised by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.
The Class 12 exams began on February 4 and concluded on March 25, while the Class 10 examms began on February 22 and concluded on March 25.