Tuesday, 26 Jan 2021
The class 10 students of Indian School Wadi Kabir (ISWK) have come out with flying colours in the CBSE board examinations held in March. School’s first rank is shared by two students, stated a press release. Shradha Jayaprakash and Sarengi Radhika share the first position with 97.6 per cent.

ISWK students dazzle in CBSE class 10 exams

Sankalp Sandeep Kshirsagar with 97.two per cent was ranked second although Arjun Manoj Kumar was ranked third with 97 per cent. Sarengi Radhika, Sankalp Sandeep Kshirsagar and Tessa Elizabeth Joby have scored 100 per cent marks in social science. It’s certainly a substantial achievement below the revised evaluation pattern introduced by the CBSE. The final examination was carried out covering the complete year’s syllabus and as a result the above overall performance of the students is genuinely commendable.

The total quantity of students who appeared in the board exams from ISWK for the academic year 2017-18 was 364. Out of them, 75 students have secured a lot more than 90 per cent in all subjects. ISWK has when once again verified its academic prowess by securing a college typical of a lot more than 75 per cent in all the subjects.

The students’ difficult perform and an earnest want to excel have culminated in this fantastic good results. Arjun Manoj Kumar, Diwaakar Adinathan, Jeyoos Jaison, Kamini Mishra, Neha Ann Mathew, Priyosmita Kar, Reshma Rose Jose, Sankalp Sandeep Kshirsagar, Sarengi Radhika and Shradha Jayaprakash have been the science toppers with 99 per cent. Other topic toppers have been Karan Gupta and Aditya Mukundan in English with 98 per cent Arjun Manoj Kumar and Swetha S Iyer in Hindi with 96 per cent Fadiya Ashraf in Malayalam with 99 per cent Lisa Sanjay Verma, Aleena Thomas and Dhriti Bhatt in mathematics with 99 per cent and Rain Ephraim Varghese in Match with 99 per cent. The college management and principal congratulates all the employees, students and their parents on the grand good results and compliments them for their dedication and difficult perform, added the release.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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