Oman’s Indian school students shine in CBSE exams

MUSCAT: Indian Schools in Oman are celebrating the performance of their students in the Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) exams after the results for class 10 and 12 were announced on Monday.

Indian School Al Ghubrah, among the first to announce its results, said its students had scored excellent results in the Class 12 exams.

“Noah Hansel Barboza is the topper in the Science stream with 97.6% per cent, Devika Balakrishnan is the Commerce topper with 96.6% and Kiara Denise Frank the Humanities topper with of 98.6%,” the school said on Monday.

It said 154 students appeared for the Class 12 examination and 100 per cent of them “have scored excellent results with no failures or compartments as always.”

Remarkable achievement :

Meanwhile, among the total of 218 students appeared for the Class 10 exams from the school, 112 students secured above 90% “which is indeed a remarkable achievement and 83% of the students have scored above 80%. As expected there are no failures or compartments,” ISG said in the statement.
Vaishnavi Sarang Joshi is the School Topper with an aggregate score of 98%.
In the second position is Shriya Narendra with an aggregate score of 97.8% and Nihaarika Manikkothin the third position with an aggregate score of 97.4%.

Outstanding achievement by Indian School Muscat

Meanwhile, Indian School Muscat, the largest community school in the country also celebrated “outstanding achievement”. In the science stream, Nityant Kaarthik Rao secured the first position by achieving an outstanding score of 97.8%, thus topping the school’s result. In the humanities stream, Hansi Thakur and Bhumika Gulani jointly secured the first position with an exceptional score of 98.0%. Meanwhile, in the commerce stream, Jessica Joanne Pereira emerged as the top scorer with an impressive 95.4%.

“Of all the 406 students who appeared for the examination, 29. 06 % of students secured an overall A1 grade. The overall school average of 82.7 with the Humanities Stream at 84.7%, Science Stream at 82.7 %, and Commerce Stream at 80.9 % are exceedingly laudable,” ISM said in the statement.

“Amidst the labyrinth of challenges posed by the virtual realm, a cohort of resilient students, undeterred by the various constraints, embarked upon their academic journey with unwavering determination,” said ISM Principal Rakesh Joshi.

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