From studying a dedicated number of hours to a ‘no social media’ policy and sticking to NCERT books were among the mantras adopted by toppers of class 10 CBSE examination.
While 13 students shared the top rank with a score of 499 out of 500 marks, the second rank has been bagged by 25 students with 498 marks and 59 students shared the third rank with 497 marks.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the class 10 exam results on Monday with 91.10 per cent candidates clearing the exam.
“I maintained a schedule of studying four hours throughout the year rather than just pulling up my socks right before the exams. That is the mantra that helped me score well,” said Taru Jain from…