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Saturday, October 25, 2014  

21 ISS students bag honours
Staff Reporter

MUSCAT Twenty one out of 36 students of the Indian School Sohar (ISS) got distinction in the All India Senior Secondary Examination of the CBSE this year declared earlier this week.

Vinukumar, vice-principal of the Indian School Sohar, told Oman Tribune that this year’s result was satisfactory. “This has not only came as a good news for the students but it was also encouraging for the principal, managing committee and the entire teaching and non-teaching staff of the school,” he said. He said that 14 students also got first division marks.

Anuja Ketan Tole, school captain-girls’ team, topped with 95.8 marks, Pathik Aravind, school captain –boys’ team, secured second position with 95.4 marks. Arshi Tandon and Gaurav Srikant Mokhasi stood third with 95 marks each. These students brought laurels to the school by scoring A1 in all the subjects, said Vinukumar.

In chemistry, 15 students scored above 90 per cent, the highest being 99 scored by Anuja Ketan Tole and Pathik Aravind. In informatics practices, 11 students scored above 90 per cent, with Heena Bapodra being the top scorer with 98.

In English, 15 students scored above 90 per cent, the highest being 95 scored by Anuja Ketan Tole, Gaurav Srikant Mokhasi, Anuja Mahesh Mistry, Abhishek Mishra, Niha R. Mathews, Jessy Jacob, Bhavik Hemant Singadia, Kamal Deep Singh and Haya Hani Ahmed. In maths, four students scored above 90 per cent, Pathik Aravind topped with 96.

In physics, five students scored above 90 per cent, highest being 95 scored by Anuja Tole, Arshi Tandon and Abhishek Mishra. In biology, 10 students scored above 90 per cent, highest being 97 scored by Pathik Aravind.

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