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ICSE, ISC results: Celebration time at THiS schools

The excellent results obtained in ICSE (grade 10) and ISC (grade 12) have brought joy to students, teachers and parents at schools that are part of The Hindu in School (THiS) programme.

At The New Cambridge English School (ICSE), RPC Layout, all the 156 students of grade 10 passed and 128 secured distinctions. Veeresh B. Patil (99%) is the school topper.

In Presidency School, Nandini Layout, 136 of 138 students secured distinctions and two passed in first class. The school average percentage was 90.01. Aakash Mallik (98.8%) topped the school.

In Bangalore Public School, all the 21 students passed in first class. Diandra Madden with 93.4% is the school topper.

In St. Paul’s English School, J.P. Nagar, all the 128 students of grade 10 secured distinctions. Sai Janani C., and Mohammed Faizan Nadeem both have secured 98.6% and are the toppers. In grade 12, all the 26 students have secured distinctions. Ayush M. Kapasi (98%) is the topper.

In Presidency School, R.T. Nagar, 121 of the 122 students secured distinctions, while one student passed in first class. Avishkar Behera (98.6%) is the school topper.

In Maithry Vidyaniketan School, 54 of the 55 students passed in first class. Melen Mathew (96.2%) is the school topper.

In Daffodils English School, 32 of 54 students secured distinctions, while 22 passed in first class. Vibha Kamath (96.5%) emerged the school topper.

In St. Joseph’s Boys’ High School, Museum Road, in grade 10, 75 of the 221 students secured distinctions, while 143 passed in first class. Mohamhmed Abubakr (97.5%) topped the school. In grade 12, Ilakya Fantinus Kamalam J.K. (99.2%) is the topper.

In St. Germain High School, 35 of the 91 students secured distinctions, while 53 passed in first class. Allwyn Fernandes (98.2%) is the topper.

Ryan International School, Yelahanka, achieved 100% pass results. Sudanshu Kumar (96.4%) is the school topper.

Bishop Cotton Girls’ High School. St. Mark’s Road, too achieved 100% pass results. Susanna Yeldo (98.2%) is the grade 10 school topper. In grade 12, Medha Kulkarni (99.25%) is the topper in arts, while Risha Banerjee (98.24%) is the science topper and Surbhi Solanki (96.75%) is the commerce topper.

In Sri Vani Public School, Rajajinagar, 68 of the 104 students secured distinctions, while 35 passed in first class. Sadhana (99%) is the school topper.

In Sri Vani Education Centre, Basaveshwaranagar, 52 of the 72 students secured distinctions, while 19 passed in first class. Aneesh A. Kalkunte (97%) is the school topper.

In BGS World School, Chickballapur, all the 66 students passed. Chawla R. Reddy (97.4%) is the school topper.

In Venus International Public School, Rajajinagar, 68 of the 84 students secured distinctions, while 16 passed in first class. Diya Arun (98%) is the school topper.

In Mitra Academy, 40 of the 52 students secured distinctions, while 11 passed in first class. Sree Vibha G. (97.67%) is the school topper.

In SJR Kengeri Public School, 40 of the 91 students secured distinctions and 46 passed in first class. Vishwas Gowda (97.12%) is the topper.

Vidyashilp Academy, Yelahanka, too achieved 100% pass results and in grade 10, all the 152 students passed in first class. Ahlaadini S., with 98.6%, is the topper. The first batch of grade 12 brought laurels as all the 28 students passed in first class. Shreya Shaji Namath (98%) is the topper in science, while in commerce, Amisha Anil Ram (94.75%) is the topper.

In VLS International School, Basaveshwaranagar, 13 of the 32 students secured distinctions, while 19 passed in first class. Nisarga Krishna Revankar (95.16%) is the topper.

In Sri Kumaran Children’s Home (ICSE), 51 of the 94 students scored 90% and above marks. Gaargi V., by securing 98.2% emerged the topper.

Bunts’ Sangha RNS Vidyaniketan, Vijaynagar, achieved 100% pass results and 33 of the 84 students secured distinctions. Amulya A.R. (97.8%) is the topper.

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