Muscat: Indian School Salalah students excelled in Class X of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) the results of which were published yesterday.
The school has been consistent in achieving excellent results this year too. The highlight of this year’s result has been the number of perfect 10 scorers.
Out of 226 students who appeared for the Board exam from Indian School Salalah, 45 students (25 per cent) had secured the highest cumulative grade point average of 10 by securing the highest grade (A1) in five subjects. While 66 students secured grade point average of 9 to 9.8, 55 students secured grade point average of 8 to 8.8.
The following are the proud students who secured the highest cumulative grade point average of 10:
Aishwarya, Avikam Jha, Gayathri Mahesh, Helen Terese Agalayil, Ritika Raju, Syed amen Ashraf, Juhi Josh, Tamoor Adkbar Muhammed, Nischit Nagesh Poojari, Oeshi chowdhary, Utkarsh Sharaff, Ashna Anzar, Asiya Hassan, Aswin Sreekumar, Dhanasree Rajan, Pooja Ramesh, Sanvi Mulloly, Saviyo Therattil, Arpith Soju Mathew, Asna Azeez, Chrisitna Simon, Devnarayan Anand, Don Moses, Hazeeb, Lintile Lisa Saju, Seeba Abraham, Sreehari Viswajit, Aliena Johny, Devapriya Anil, Hridith Sudev, Pooja Prasad, Rishika Anish, Soumya Sadanandan, Halima Nagoor Gani, Ninul Buwanaja Kularatne, Rishika Patel, S A Sabrina, Abdul Muyiz Khazi, Abhishek, Ayesha Parvez, Kiruthika Elancheran, Mohd Anas Khan, Sabeena Ibrahim Kutty, Sumaiya Noor and Suzain Ali.
Following are the details of number of students who got A1 grade in each subject: English –121, Hindi-21, Arabic-14, Malayalam- 68, French-7, Maths-59, Science-68 and Social Science-68.
The president of the school management Ram Santhanam, other members of the SMC and Principal T R Brown congratulated the successful students who have come out with flying colours and the staff for their effort.