Bahrain's grade 10 students excel in CBSE examinations

All schools securing a 100 per cent pass rate

  

Students from Bahrain have excelled in their Grade 10 All India Secondary School Examinations, overseen by the Central Board of Secondary Education – with all schools securing a 100 per cent pass rate.

New Millennium School

All 149 students of the New Millennium School passed the exam – with 84 scoring 90 per cent and above in aggregate and 141 retaining scores of 75pc and above.

Geethika Rajan

Geethika Rajan emerged as the topper with 99.6pc, followed by Lakshmi Meghana Kesanapalli with 99.2pc and Ritikaa Rajkumar with 98.2pc.

Thirty per cent of students received an A-Grade in all subjects.

Principal Arun Kuumar Sharma congratulated the students on their achievement.

The New Indian School

The school recorded a 100pc pass rate with all 186 students scoring well in the exams.

Rohit Sriram

Rohit Sriram led the way in rankings with 99.2pc, followed by Srinidhi Varadharajan and Aryan Yadav at 98.6pc. Varsha Shaji came third with 97.6pc.

School chairman Dr Jaan M T Thottumalil, executive director Jemi T Thomas and director Dr V Gopalan congratulated the students and staff.

Bhavans - Bahrain Indian School

The first batch of Grade 10 students of Bhavans – Bahrain Indian School secured a 100pc pass rate in CBSE examinations. Half of the students scored above 90pc, with the rest scoring grades above 80pc.

Mahima Thomas

Mahima Susan Thomas emerged topper with 99pc, followed by Amrutha Phadke with 94.8pc and Ritisha Bisht with 94.4pc.

School directors Himanshu Verma and Ritu Verma as well as principal Saji Jacob congratulated the students.

Asian School

Asian School secured a 100pc pass rate, with 52 students scoring above 90pc and 12 above 95pc. Thirteen pupils scored an A Grade in all subjects.

Krithika Kumar

Krithika Kumar emerged the school topper with 98.2pc. Anirudh Cheriyachanaseri Bijay and Saaj Chowdhury secured 97.8pc and Adwitha Nair 97.2pc.

Ibn Al Hytham Islamic School

A total of 121 students of Ibn Al Hytham Islamic School passed their CBSE examinations.

Fatima Wafa

Fatima Wafa came out on top with 95.2pc, followed by Mohammad Sahil Abidi, Masooma Mohammed Bashir Ahmed and Irfan Habeeb all scoring 94.6pc. Afham Haleema came third with 94.4pc.

Al Noor International School

Eighty-five per cent of Grade 10 students of Al Noor International School received First Class and 70pc got distinction.

Soofia Golshani

Soofia Saber Golshani topped the exams with 97.4pc while Kalyani Kavitha scored 97.2pc. Vivian Mercy Shaju and Alex Mathew scored 94.8pc.

The Indian School

A total of 815 Grade 10 students excelled in their exams, with 30 achieving an A Grade in all subjects.

Gughan Sridhar

Gughan Mettupalayam Sridhar topped with an aggregate of 98.8pc – highest ever scored by a student in the school. Veena Kizhakkethil achieved 98.6pc while third place was secured by Manasa Mohan and Hima Prasobh who tied with a score of 97.6pc.

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