DAV Public School at the Associated Cement Company (ACC) at the industrial township of Wadi in Chitapur taluk has again achieved cent per cent result in the CBSE class 10 and 12 examinations this year.
Principal of the school, B. Prabhakar, in a statement here on Thursday, said the class 10 average was 8.42 CGPA while the class 12 average was 82.7 per cent, the highest in the school’s history.
Class 10 students Rishabh Gupta, S. Sruthi, Archana A., Vaishnavi Patange, Ambika Patil and Sapna Singh got a CGPA of 10.
In class 12, Aishwarya A. Sutrawe was the school topper, scoring 92.2 per cent, followed by Adarsh Basutkar (91.2 per cent), Ganesh Kattimani (91 per cent), Raghu D. Gowda (90.8 per cent) and Naveenkumar (90.2 per cent).
S.B. Singh, director of the ACC plant at Wadi; B.D. Daler, general manager (human resources); and Seetha Kiran, regional director of DAV Institutions (south zone) congratulated the staff and students on the performance.