They also express gratitude to their mentors, parents

BANGALORE: “Hard work is the key to success and there is no other shortcut,” said Meghna Nair, topper in commerce in Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination at Ryan International School, Kundalahalli, here.

Toppers at many schools that are part of The Hindu's NIE programme echoed the same sentiment. They expressed gratitude to their mentors and also recognised the support of their parents in their success.

ICSE and ISC

Dayananda Sagar International School has achieved 100 per cent passes in the Indian Certificate for Secondary Examination (ICSE). Sharukh Ali has emerged the school topper with 92 per cent.

Arshita has secured 100 per cent in environmental education. Ryan International School, Kundalahalli, has achieved 100 per cent results in both ICSE (Class X) and ISC (Class XII) examinations.

‘Supportive'

Harsimran Kaur (88.83 per cent) is the topper in science stream. “The key to my success in the examinations was mainly hard work. Also, my principal, teachers and parents have been supportive and have helped me in every way,” she said.

Florence Public School, R.T. Nagar, too has achieved 100 per cent passes for the 10th year in a row. Nishanth Rao (94.84 per cent) is the school topper. Bala Adith (93.14 per cent) and Najmus Sahar (92.42 per cent) have taken the second and third positions. Nowfira has scored 100 marks in environmental education.

CBSE Class XII

This year too students of Rashtriya Military School, Bangalore, have secured 100 per cent passes in the board examinations. In all, 31 students appeared for the examination in the science stream and six students have secured above 70 per cent.

Cadet Nitish Kumar by securing 85 per cent has emerged the school topper. Cadet Priyatosh (83 per cent) and Cadet Gaurav Kumar (82 per cent) have stood second and third places.

At National Hill View Public School (NHVPS), Rajarajeshwarinagar, all students who appeared for board examinations have passed with many of them securing distinctions.

Anirudh Wodeyar and R. Nithya (95.4 per cent) are the school toppers. Karthik G.M. (95.2 per cent) has taken the second position, while the third position is shared by Soujanya K. and Kayala Rahul. Both have secured 94.2 per cent. At Sri Vani Education Centre, Magadi Road, Pranav B. (95 per cent) is the school topper. Karthik S. (91 per cent) and Varun S. (87.3 per cent) have taken the second and third positions.

Coming first

At the National Public School, Koramangala, all students have passed in first division. Aditi Bharatee, by securing 96.2 per cent, has emerged the school topper. Abhiram Rao (95.4 per cent) and S. Sumanth (94.4 per cent) have secured the second and third places.

Students of the Army Public School have also done the institution proud by securing 100 per cent passes. School principal Manjula Raman said that the excellent results are due to the combined effort of meticulous revisions done by teachers and consistent hard work by students.

SSLC

At Sri Aurobindo Memorial School, Banashankari, 36 students have secured the first division. Sindhu Bhairavi G.U., by scoring 590 marks, has emerged the school topper. Vishnu M. Ranya (569 marks) and Amitha D. (566 marks) have taken the second and third positions.

Students of Jubilee School, Dooravaninagar, too have secured 100 per cent passes. In all, 18 students have secured distinctions, while 65 have passed in First Class. Greeshma A. (96.66 per cent) is the school topper. Tejaswini E. (95.84 per cent) and Keerthana Venugopal (94.72 per cent) have secured the second and third places.

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