CBSE examinations: 16 students from Indian School Muscat score 100 per cent

Oman Saturday 21/May/2016 22:12 PM
By: Times News Service
CBSE examinations: 16 students from Indian School Muscat score 100 per cent

Muscat: Indian School Muscat students came out with flying colours in Class XII CBSE examinations, a release from the school said.
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“Sixteen students scored a whopping 100 per cent in sculpture, psychology, computer science, engineering graphics and chemistry,” the statement added.
In sculpture branch, Adyatha Bhat, Aswini Hemachandran, Akanksha Karthik, Gloria Saji, Karishma M. Menon, Habana Sheikh, Shysta Pandey, Sneha Roy and Vanessa Pereira scored 100 per cent.
In chemistry, Abirami Vetriselvan scored 100 per cent, while in Computer Science, Marlon Neal Dcruz, and Siddharth Raghavan scored 100 per cent.
In Engineering Graphics, Shruti Deepak Patel scored 100 per cent. In Psychology, Safiya Khanum, Shysta Pandey and Sneha Roy scored 100 per cent.
In science stream, Mridul Amitkumar Gupta, triumphed with 96.6 per cent, the second position was earned by Reon John scoring 96.4 per cent and the third position is shared by Arpita Utham and Kamal Manoj scoring 96.2 per cent.
In commerce stream, Stuti Kaushik scored 95.8 per cent and emerged as the topper in the stream. Annebelle Mariam Shaji scored 95.6 per cent and secured second position and third position was bagged by Mathangi Narayan securing 95.4 per cent.
In humanities, Sneha Roy topped the stream with 96.8 per cent, followed by Adyatha Bhat in the second position with a score of 96.4 per cent and Himanshi Kishnani stood third by scoring 94.6 per cent
Srinivas K Naidu, the principal, lauded the students who scored 100 per cent in various subjects and congratulated the stream and subject toppers for their brilliant performance. He appreciated the vice-principal Deep Wilson Senior Section, assistant vice-principal Geeta N. Chauhan, heads of various faculties and the senior section teachers for their dedication and unstinting hard work in helping the students excel and emerge as shining academic stars.
The vice principal, senior section Deep Wilson also conveyed his best wishes to the toppers particularly those who secured 100per cent in different subjects and for bringing laurels to the school.