Capital scores impressive results; Abu Dhabi Indian school student tops science stream

ABU DHABI - With the results of the CBSC exams announced, girls seemed to have the edge over the boys by clinching most of the top ranks in their respective schools.

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Published: Thu 27 May 2004, 9:43 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 11:32 AM

There were more than a dozen of them who have come out in flying colours in various streams.

The schools in Abu Dhabi have also marked an impressive record with many of them claiming a hundred per cent results with numerous distinctions.

ABU DHABI INDIAN SCHOOL

The Abu Dhabi Indian School has fared remarkably well with a pass percentage of 99.2per cent out of the 244 students who appeared for the exam.

Science Stream

Bhavana Taro Tourani has topped the school with 93.6 per cent with A1 in all five elective subjects.

Shan Abraham secured second position scoring 92.2 per cent and third position was obtained by Simi Sunny with 91.2 per cent.

Among the girls 3rd position was secured by Ayesha Mohd.Aslam with 90.6 per cent. Among the boys S. Roshan Dhaneswar and Vivek Narayanan. K secured 2nd and third positions scoring 90 per cent and 89.2 per cent respectively.

Commerce Stream

Ramya Balasubramanian has topped with 88.2 per cent with A1 in all five elective subjects while Shobna stood second with 87.2 per cent and Sharon Castelino got third with 86 per cent.

Among the boys Shoaib Raphi Ahmed Scored 81.8 per cent followed by Karl Agnelo Aranha with 81.6 per cent. Megha Sunny secured 100 marks in Informatics Practices.

Arts Stream

Swathi Sharma secured 80 per cent followed by Pramitha Jeslin D'Souza and Divya Shyam Menon.

SUNRISE ENGLISH PRIVATE SCHOOL

Of the 68 students who appeared for the exam, 16.18 per cent secured distinction and 62 per cent first class.

Science Stream

Nihal Majeed has topped the school with 89 per cent and four Al's . She is also the top scorer in mathematics (91 per cent), physics (90 per cent), chemistry (96 per cent) and biology (97 per cent).

The second place was bagged by Meenu Chacko, scoring 82 per cent and third by Biji Cheriyan Mathew.

Among the boys, Sarath Babu George bagged the top place, Manoj Ravindran Nair second and Aaron Thomas Mathew third.

Commerce Stream

Pooja Mithram topped the school scoring 84.2 per cent and the second position was bagged by Bindu Mary Oommen scoring 82 per cent, followed by Tilda Mary Daniel who secured 80 per cent. Enas Ebrahimkutty came first among the boys.

Arts Stream

Ann Sasidharan scored the highest in English with 85 per cent and Leena Abdul Latheef got the highest in Computer Science with 92 per cent.

INDIAN ISLAHI ISLAMIC SCHOOL

The Indian Islahi Islamic School has marked an impressive record with 100 per cent results.

Science Stream

Out of the 33 students who appeared in science stream, 15 secured distinction and 16 first class.

The top honour was clinched by Renish Mohamed Ashraf followed by Fahd Shafiq Hurzuk as second and Nida Refine third.

Commerce Stream

Out of the 38 students, five secured distinction while 31 got first class. Sithy Rukshana came first, Princy Thomas second and Jamila Farveen third.

ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL

Science Stream

Out of the 31 students who appeared for the exam, 42 percent secured distinction, 45 per cent first class and 13 per cent second class. Asha M. Pillai topped the school with 89 per cent while Chippy S. Mohanan and Ayswarya Ramchandran got the second and third 87.4 per cent and 84per cent respectively.

Commerce Stream

Twenty-two per cent students bagged the distinction while 61 per cent secured first class and 17 per cent second class.

And subject wise Asha M. Pillai topped in English, maths and chemistry, which was also shared by Mini. M. Joseph.

Chippy Mohanan & Nikeeta Marshal shared the first rank in physics while Aishwarya Ramchandran topped in biology.

In psychology Tiffy George Roy secured the first place, Krystal Abigail Pererira in economics, Ferlyne Joan Pinto & Krystal Pereira in business studies, Ferlyne Joan Pinto in accountancy and Sangeeta P. George in sociology.


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