Abu Dhabi Indian School leads the way

ABU DHABI - Students in the UAE have once again performed commendably in the All India Secondary School Exams (Class X) which were held in March 2003, with Anna Maria Thomas of the Abu Dhabi Indian School clinching the coveted honour of being the UAE topper for this year.

By Anupama V. Chand

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Published: Sun 25 May 2003, 11:55 AM

Last updated: Wed 1 Apr 2015, 11:08 PM

ABU DHABI INDIAN SCHOOL: The school sent 310 students for the exams this year and obtained a cent per cent result, with 11 compartments. Anna Maria Thomas topped the school scoring 97.2 per cent with 'A-1' grades in all subjects, breaking the school's 20-year record of 93.6 per cent. Namrata Gokul Das Hegde came second with 93 per cent and 'A' grades in all subjects, while Maitri Kamlesh Somania and Kiran Radhakrishnan shared the third position with 92.8 per cent and all 'A' grades.

Anoop Vengal Varghese and Rohit Prathip Kumar shared the second position among the boys, with 92.2 per cent, while Eric Sonny Mathew was placed third among the boys with 92 per cent.

OUR OWN ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL, ABU DHABI: The school sent 73 students for the Class X exams this year and achieved 100 per cent pass results.

Vyshakh Jinarajan topped the school with 90 per cent, while Shreeja Sreekumar secured the highest marks in Mathematics (99 per cent) and English (84 per cent). Sriram Siddharth secured 98 per cent in Science, while Achal Sreedharan and Akhil Vasudevan topped in French with 93 per cent.

ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL, ABU DHABI: The school sent 51 students for the exams. Caroline Ruth Mathias, with 92.8 per cent, topped the school, with Beth Vettiyil close at heels with 92 per cent securing second position, while Kim Mascarenhas with 91.8 per cent obtained the third place. Samantha Lisa Colaco topped the school for English with 91 per cent, while Kim Mascarenhas topped with 97 per cent in French and 99 per cent in Mathematics, and Beth Vettiyil and Caroline Ruth Mathias with 97 per cent in Science and Sheena Patricia Sequeira with 96 per cent in Social Science were other toppers for the school.

SHERWOOD ACADEMY, ABU DHABI: The school sent 68 students for the exams this year and announced that it had obtained 100 per cent results without any compartments. Arva Aziz topped the school with 93 per cent, while Amanda Pinto and Dipti Sugandhi tied for the second place with 92.6 per cent and Meera Sivadas was placed fourth with 92.4 per cent.

INDIAN ISLAHI ISLAMIC SCHOOL, ABU DHABI: The school sent 75 students for the Class X exams this year and declared cent per cent results. The toppers for the school were Sadaf Khurshid, Shahna Abdul Rahiman, and Sini Rajappan.

SUNRISE ENGLISH PRIVATE SCHOOL, ABU DHABI: The school made an impressive showing at the exams this year. Shenu Mary George topped the school with 87 per cent, while Supriya Anantha Narayanan came second with 86.4 per cent among the girls. Pritty Ann Thomas bagged the third place. Among the boys, Frenji George Koshy topped the school with 86.4 per cent, while Binoj Thomas Mathew came second with 84.2 per cent. Bobby Johny was placed third.

AL NOOR INDIAN ISLAMIC SCHOOL, ABU DHABI: The school presented 46 students for the AISSE Grade X examinations this year. Shahbaz Abdul Hameed clinched the top position with 91.4 per cent, while Leena Ibrahim came second with 88.4 per cent and Sabina Afroz bagged the third spot scoring 87.2 per cent.

WISDOM HIGH SCHOOL ABU DHABI: The school sent 11 students for the CBSE Class X exams this year and among the boys, Headboy Anthony P. Constantine stood first with 89 per cent marks, securing two 'A-1' grades and three 'A-2' grades. Tom George Kuruvillai came second with 74 per cent marks.

INDIAN SCHOOL, AL AIN: The school sent a total of 61 students for the exams this year, of which 21 students obtained distinctions, and 22 students were placed in the first division. Among the boys, Noufel Yoosef stood first with 90.80 per cent, while Dhaval Sharad Parikh came second with 87.40 per cent. Among the girls, Neetha Nambisan stood first with 89.20 per cent, while Anju Chandran clinched second place with 89 per cent.

OUR OWN ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL, AL AIN: A total of 44 per cent of the students obtained distinctions, while 85 per cent got first division marks.

There were no compartments or failures in the school this year. Krithika Uday Joshi stood first in the school with an aggregate score of 93.4 per cent, while Jensi George came second with 93.2 per cent.

AL AIN JUNIORS SCHOOL, AL AIN: The school announced cent per cent results for the third consecutive year, with Sana Farooki topping the school scoring 92 per cent, while Sharel Maria Valder with 82.6 per cent came second, and Jamila Moiz obtained third position with 79.8 per cent. Ron Abraham Mathew topped the school among the boys with 83.4 per cent, followed by Omair Bin Nayyar with 80 per cent in second place.

DARUL HUDA ISLAMIC SCHOOL, AL AIN: The school also reported 100 per cent results in the Class X exams, with Mohammed Akram topping the school with 87.6 per cent, while Sanjeeda with 86.2 per cent came first among the girls.

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