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Friday, March 06, 2015  

Students excel in CBSE Class 10 exams
Team OT

MUSCAT Students of Indian Schools in Oman affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) excelled in the Class X exams held in March this year.

Students of Indian School Al Ghubra (ISG) have got the best results in the CBSE Class 10 examinations 2012.

All 173 students who appeared got the ‘Qualified’ status to become eligible for further studies.

A total of 125 students bagged an average grade of A1 (CGPA score 9.1-10). Sixty-nine students have full 10 CGPA score.

Students who scored a perfect 10 are Abel Cherian Varkey, Abhijit Pandit, Abhishek Santhosh, Adarsh Rajesh, Adeline Benhur, Aditi Rajeevan, Aishwarya Raman, Aishwarya Singh, Akshat Kunwar, Amaan Naushad, Amrita Jacob, Anaadi Jain, Anirudh Sudhir, Anoop John Mathew, Anusmita Dey, Arjun Kapoor, Arjun Shriyan, Arushi Phakey, Atharva Ranade, Chandralekha Paul, Devika Menon, Divya Bhatia, Eva Rosemary Ronald, Flynn George, Harsh Lara, Harshinee Sree Santhanam, Jebin Thomas, Jethin Mathew John, John Ninan, Kavya Madhu, Kevin Mathew, Khadeeja Yousuf, Mahika Purohit, Markose Paul Aajan, Naina Nandakumar, Nasreen Safir, Nayanika Suresh, Nikhil Rajan, Nithisha Benny, Padmasree Nair, Rahul Rajan, Ramya LM, Rizaldar Rasheed, Rucha Kulkarni, Rutwij Hoshing, Sandhya Viswanathan, Sangeet Prabhakaran, Shamali Nehete, Saran Santhosh, Sharwari Kulkarni, Sheema Damda, Shoumik Karkera, Shreenath Srinivasan, Sneha Arvind, Sneha Renukamurthy, Siddhanth Shrivastava, Siddharth S Murali, Srikant AV, Sonin Santhosh, Soumyadeep Chatterjee, Stephy Jose,  Stephy Tomy, Steve Tom Money, Sushmita Sabu, Vahuka Qais, Varsha Baiju, Vishnu Vardhan Mondretty, Yash Hamlai and Yash Lara.

A total of 148 scored A grade in English (A1-104, A2-44); in mathematics, 128 students secured A grade (A1-94, A2- 34); in science, 128 students bagged A grade (A1 86, A2 42); and in social science, 128 students secured A grade (A1 90, A2 38).

Of 42 students who opted for French as second language, 37 secured A grade (A1-31, A2-6). Of 38 students who chose Sanskrit, 30 bagged A grade (A1-21, A2-9). Of 23 students who chose Arabic, 20 scored A grade (A1-14, A2-6). Of 40 students who opted for Malayalam, 38 scored A grade (A1-36, A2-2). Of 30 students who chose Hindi as second language, 26 bagged A Grade (A1- 14 A2- 12).

Indian School Muscat

All 502 students of Indian School Muscat (ISM) who appeared for the Class X CBSE examinations were declared successful.

A total of 113 students made the perfect GPA score of 10 out of 10 with all A1 grades in all five subjects.  

In English, 148 students scored A1 out of 502. It was 150 A1 out of 502 in science, 206 A1 out of 502 in maths, 213 A1 out of 502 in social science, 109 A1 out of 325 in Hindi, 40 A1 out of 114 in French, 10 A1 out of 34 in Arabic and 11 A1 out of 28 in Malayalam.

Achuthan Madhav, principal of ISM, said: “The Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) and the grading revolution made a difference and the result showed spectacular performance of students throughout the year, according to a press release from the school.

The students’ grades in both scholastic and non-scholastic areas are taken into account while declaring the results.

The CCE pattern expects students to show regular committed study work throughout the year. All students achieved spectacular cumulative grade point average (CGPA) in all curricular subjects, he said.

ISM’s concerted study pattern and with the success mantra evolved by its teachers helped the students to score the distinctions with a very large number of A1s and As, Madhav said. This reflects a visible high aspiration attitude of parents at ISM for academic excellence, he added.  

Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir (ISWK)

All 284 students of ISWK who appeared for the Class X exam were successful. Twenty students top scored with a CGPA of 10, scoring the highest grade point 10 in all five subjects.

They are Joash Dilan Saldanha, Mitali Kishore Kothia, Raka Ghosh Dastidar, Dhanalakshmi Gnanasekaran, Larissa Chrystal Rego, Devleen Kour, Shivani Hemendra, Shubham Sharad Bhoir, Rahul Reji, Chelsa Miriam Mathew, Greeshma Philip, Sneha Vinod, Pooja Gopinathan, Aishwarya Raghuraman, Deepak PN, Nikhil Ghanashyam Kathe, Adarsh M Jayadevan, Keshav Agarwal, Saylee Sanjay Gokhale and Sreelakshmy Babu.

They are followed by 15 students with 9.8 CGPA, 15 students with 9.6, 12 with 9.4, 18 with 9.2 and 13 with 9 CGPA. The numbers for Grade A1 in individual subjects are: English 29 students, Hindi 16, French 19, Malayalam 15, mathematics 71, science 44 and social science 58 students.

Indian School Salalah (ISS)

All 157 students who appeared for the Board and School based exam from ISS qualified for admission to Class XI. The school has been achieving excellent results for almost three decades.

While 24 students secured the highest CGPA of 10 by securing the highest grade (A1) in five subjects, 62 students secured grade point average of nine to 9.8.

Thirty-three students got A1 grade in English, 11 in Hindi, 13 in Arabic, 39 in Malayalam, one in French, 45 in maths, 36 in science and 61 in social science.

President of the school management Cyril Samuel, other members of the management committee and principal TR Brown congratulated the students.

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