Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has discharged another information uncovering that 15 schools from India’s 20 best are from South. Tamil Nadu has finished the outline with seven schools in the rundown on the size of best general total imprints in CBSE 2015 exam.
Bangalore is directly behind Tamil Nadu with five schools making it to the rundown of main 20. As per reports, even two focal government schools-Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya additionally did well and got a spot booked in the rundown.
Aside from the best total, even the pass rate of class 12 examination were most astounding in Thiruvananthapuram and Chennai for two continuous years. Two schools from Kerala and Andhra Pradesh have likewise made it to the current year’s rundown of main 20.
Of seven Tamil Nadu schools, four schools are from Chennai and every one of them are DAV schools. Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand and Chandigarh additionally have one school every in the rundown. Delhi which has very nearly 25 for every penny of CBSE schools figured out how to get only one school, Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, in the rundown.
The outcome was drawn on the premise of general total signs of class 12 CBSE examination. The normal imprints got by every one of the understudies of a school who took the CBSE class 12 examination was computed and rankings were given as per eligibility.