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Bahrain students shine in India CBSE exams

Manama, May 30, 2014

The students of various Indian schools in Bahrain have excelled at this year's CBSE Class XII examinations which were held in March.

In the Indian school Bahrain, Varun Madan Mohan scored the highest marks among its students who sat the All India Senior School Certificate Examination. The science student achieved a score of 484 of 500 as the school boasted a pass percentage of 96.8 per cent.

A total of 628 students took the examinations this year, which was overseen by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.

Two students, Tissy Koshy Pynummoottil and Jovita Shanta Job, scored 100 per cent  in marketing and 19 pupils achieved A1 grade in all their subjects.

Sixty-five students scored 90 per cent  and above with girls outperforming their male classmates once again this year.

School honorary chairman Abraham John congratulated the students, faculty members and parents for the excellent result.

The top students were Varun Madan Mohan (96.8 per cent ), Rohit Davis Kannampuzha (96.4 per cent ) and Upasna Sudhir Kakkat (96 per cent ).

Rufaida Rafeekh was the top scorer in the humanities section with 95.4 per cent  followed by Tissy Koshy Pynummoottil with 94.2 per cent  and S G Santhuana with 92.6 per cent .

Upasna Sudhir Kakkat topped the commerce stream with 96 per cent  followed by Shreya Premnath Nair with 95.8 per cent  and Siddhant Shivram with 94.6 per cent.

Students who scored A1 grades were Anirudh Prasad, Arsheena Athar, Caroline Annie Chacko Poovelil, Ganishka Viswalingam, Hridya Nelson, Prema Sivakumar, Rajat Singh, Rizwana, Rohit Davis Kannampuzha, Roshan Thaliath, Rufaida Rafeekh, Shreya Premnath Nair, Shyam Ram Rajan, Siddhant Shivram, Suparna Kumar, Upasna Sudhir Kakkat, Varun Madan Mohan, Vishnu Priya Ravi and Vyshali Segaran.

The exams took place in March.

Outstanding performers of the New Millennium School-DPS Bahrain were congratulated for their achievements. Shreya Tripathi scored 96.8 per cent , followed by Sanjana Sankar with 96.2 per cent , Nainika Dinesh with 96 per cent  and Surbhi Mathur and Priyanshi Agarwal both achieved 95 per cent .

They were among 32 students who sat the examination, and passed.

Twenty-six of them passed with distinction (75 per cent  and above), of which 11 secured above 90 per cent .

The top performers in the commerce stream were Surbhi Mathur (95 per cent ) and Priyanshi Agarwal (95 per cent ), Afaf Akhter (93.6 per cent ) and Marushka J Almeida (93.2 per cent ).

The top performers in the science stream were Shreya Tripathi (96.8 per cent ), Sanjana Sankar (96.2 per cent ) and Adarsh Sanjeev (92.6 per cent ), while Nainika Dinesh (96 per cent ) and Aanya Roy (93.8 per cent ) topped the humanities section.

Twelve students received 'A' in five subjects. They were Nainika Dinesh, Priyanshi Agarwal, Surbhi Mathur, Marushka J Almeida, Sanjana Sankar, Shreya Tripathy , Adarsh Sanjeev, Vikas Thamizharasan, Afaf Akhter, Aanya Roy, Aditya Suresh Motwani and Esha Mallik.

School chairman Dr Ravi Pillai, managing director Geetha Ravi Pillai and principal Arun Kumar Sharma congratulated the students for the success.

Steve Sajan Samuel was the New Indian School's top scorer.

He secured 95.8 per cent in the science stream and was followed by Asfiya Ahmed Shaikh and Shreya Mimrot, who shared the second position with 92.8 per cent  while Basel Taher Ahmed achieved 90.6 per cent .

Layla Hassan Toublani topped the commerce stream with 94.4 per cent , followed by Rashmi Ramabhadran with 92.4 per cent  and Shajahan Mohammed Arif with 89.8 per cent .

The school recorded a pass percentage of 98 per cent  with 36 students securing distinctions and 76 passing with first class honours.

School director and principal Dr V Gopalan expressed happiness at the outstanding results and thanked the students, teachers and parents for their combined efforts.

Hager Ali Mesrati was the top performer in Al Noor International School's science stream and Adil Thalikatil topped the commerce section.

School chairman Ali Hassan, director Muhammad Mashood and principal Rashid Mandi congratulated the students on their achievements.

Ibn Al Hytham Islamic School science student Anusree Sreenivasan scored 93.8 per cent.

Yasmin Umar Ibrahim topped the commerce stream with 91.4 per cent . Fifty-seven students took the exam. Thirty science students passed while 26 pupils passed the commerce exams.

Administrative Committee chairman Shakil Ahmed Azmi and principal Dr Mohammad Tayyab congratulated the students and parents for the achievements.-TradeArabia News Service




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