Indian Schools in Oman set all-time pass percentage record

Energy Saturday 02/June/2018 09:55 AM
By: Times News Service
Indian Schools in Oman set all-time pass percentage record

Muscat: Indian Schools in Oman surpassed their best of national results of Class XII with an overwhelmingly impressive pass percentage of 98.69.
In Class X results released on Tuesday, Indian Schools in Oman achieved an incredible 100 per cent pass rate.
The toppers in different streams of Class XII are as follows: Science – Aliva Das (98.6 per cent), Vegi Manas (98.4 per cent) and K.S. Suraaj (97.2 per cent). Commerce – Jobin Jacob (96.4 per cent), Shravani G., Arya Sudheer and Suhana Mohd. (95.6 per cent), Shreya Nair, Sandhra Jyothis and Sredha Suresh (95 per cent). Humanities – Sneha Sarkar (96.4 per cent), Akshaya C. (96.2 per cent) and Seta Teresa P. (94.6 per cent).
Class X toppers in Indian Schools in Oman are as follows: Madhumidha Rajesh (98.4 per cent), Daya C.M. and Shirishti Jain (98.2 per cent) and Medora Cyril James (98 per cent).
Dr. Baby Sam Samuel, Chairman – Board of Directors of Indian Schools in Oman, congratulated the students and lauded the support of schools that conducted remedial classes for academically weak students and made all efforts to set higher benchmark of success in the Board Exams.
"Board results of Indian Schools are testimonial of the fact that we are second to none and it is quintessential of the concerted efforts of the school managements, teachers, students and parents," Dr. Baby Sam Saamuel said.
Indian Schools do not put any restriction on admissions and every child who seeks admission finds a place, irrespective of academic performance. Teachers make persistent efforts to enhance the academic levels of children by providing remedial and additional coaching on off days and evening hours.
The 'Gurukulam' concept introduced in many of the Indian Schools in the interior regions helped the students to perform well in their board exams. Children stayed in schools for almost a month before the board exams and the teachers meticulously monitored and assisted their studies day in and day out.