210 students of Indian School Al Ghubra appeared for the CBSE Class X Board Examinations 2022 and secured commendable results.
Adhithi Krishnaji and Meenakshi Unnithan are the School Toppers with 97.8%.The second position is shared by Shaivi Kumar and Yogesh Karthikeyan with 97.4%.The third position is shared by Aditi Guru and Priyanshu Banik with 97.2%.
This year’s results displayed a marginal difference in the aggregate scores of the six students who bagged the top three positions.
The other highlights are:
The percentage of students who scored an overall aggregate of 90% and above are 42%.
The percentage of students who scored distinction are 84%. All the students who appeared for the examination passed without any compartment.
A perfect score of 100 was secured by a number of students in English, Mathematics
Standard, Science and Social Science. The details are as follows:
English -Meenakshi Unnithan
Mathematics Standard- Adhithi Krishnaji, Aditi Guru, Arathi Manukumar, Diti Raghesh,
Eshan Binu Theruvil, Richik Mandal, Saumya Samir Shah, Snehil Kala and Vaibhav
Science-Aditi Guru, Aditya Chakrabarti, Anish Seth, Devika Balakrishnan, Diti Raghesh,
Noah Hansel Barboza, Priyanshu Banik, Shaivi Kumar and Yogesh Karthikeyan
Social Science -Adhithi Krishnaji
The Subject Toppers with a score of 99% are Shaivi Kumar in Mathematics Basic; Akila Arif, Aswani Sudheev, Gauri Prakash, Jahnavi Vinod, Kirtana Ram, Meera Muraleedharan Nair and Vishnupriya Rajesh in Malayalam; Jonathan Robin in French; Avishka Vivek Thombare and Yogesh Karthikeyan in Sanskrit.
The Subject Topper in Hindi is Rohan Gineeth Sebastian with a score of 97%. Misab Muhyudheen Muneer, Patel Ziyan Sarfaraz and Sofiya Mohammad Sajid Shaikh are the Subject Toppers in Arabic with a score of 97%.
Aarif Tufail Ahmad with 91% is the Subject Topper in Computer Application. The Principal Mrs. Papri Ghosh and the members of the school management committee lauded the achievements of the students. They also appreciated the efforts of the teachers and the role played by the parents in bringing out the best in the students.