CBSE Grade 12 result: Abu Dhabi schools score 100% pass rate

Abu Dhabi - Out of 38 students, five got more than 95 per cent and 10 more than 90 per cent.



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Ashwani Kumar

Published: Fri 30 Jul 2021, 4:38 PM

Last updated: Sun 1 Aug 2021, 5:58 PM

Several Indian schools in Abu Dhabi have secured 100 per cent pass rate in the Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) Grade 12 examinations.

The overall topper from the Capital is Shrawan Krishnan of Abu Dhabi Indian School with 98.6 per cent.

“I am extremely content with my results. I have achieved a perfect score in Biology and above 97 in other subjects with the help of God’s grace, parent’s blessings, constant motivation from my grandmother, teachers' guidance and support from friends.”

Shrawan aspires to become a doctor and registered for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) – Indian medical college entrance exam, which will be held in Dubai.

Out of 290 students at Abu Dhabi Indian School, 95 students scored more than 90 per cent. Shrawan was followed by Alston Joseph (98.2 per cent) and Shashwat Dash (98 per cent).

Principal Neeraj Bhargava lauded the efforts of the students and teachers.

“This is a very good result. My best wishes to everyone for a glorious future.”

Meanwhile, Sunrise English Private School’s Hana Mansoor got 98.4 per cent, the second-best score in Abu Dhabi.

“This commendable achievement will be recorded as a milestone in the annals of the school,” said principal Thakur Mulchandani while congratulating students. Sivani Ravi (98 per cent) and Prathmesh Rajesh Kamble (97.4 per cent) were the other toppers from the school.

At Private International English School (PIES), popularly known as Bhavans Abu Dhabi, Kalyani Jijith and Bhrigunand Sajeev Nair both secured 98 per cent each and also bagged a centum in mathematics. Soham Atul Vakani (97.2 per cent) and Kommuju Saisupriya (97 per cent) were second and third.

Principal Girija Baiju congratulated all 64 students for achieving a school average of 91.66 per cent.

“It’s been a long hard road, but students accomplished their goal as they worked hard for three years.”

Meanwhile, at Abu Dhabi Indian School Branch 1, Al Watbha, Ahmed Hanoon was the topper with 96.8 per cent, Sanskar Jotwani second with 96.6 per cent, including 100 in computer, with three pupils Joanna Rose Mathew, Ayesha Ramju Syed and Emmanuel Joseph getting 96.4 per cent.

Mayoor Private School, Abu Dhabi, also recorded a 100-per cent pass rate, with all 37 students securing first division. Ayesha Banu Quaraishi was the school topper with 96 per cent, Gehna Vinay Saggi (94.6 per cent) second and Aqmar Jabeen Vadakjanoli (94.2 per cent) third.

V.V. Abdul Kader, principal, the Model School Abu Dhabi, said all 38 students are eligible for higher studies. Out of 38 students, five got more than 95 per cent and 10 more than 90 per cent. The school’s average score is 85.14.

Diljith P.D. was the school topper with 96.8 per cent, followed by Nayana Rajesh (95.8 per cent), Fathima Zainab (95.4 per cent), Fahiza Sherin P.K. (95.2 per cent) and Faiha Suhaib (95 per cent).

Diljith said he was delighted with the result: “Yes, I was expecting these results. I have scored 98 in two subjects and 96 in three. I am very happy.”

Kader added: “This is a good result. However, we were expecting better than this.”

Shining Star International School principal Abhilasha Singh said the students have done well despite a strict evaluation process.

“It’s a proud moment for the school to achieve 100 per cent despite the strict assessment procedure of the CBSE for the results. We are very happy and feel proud that our students have excelled in all the subjects,” Abhilasha said.

Hajrah Imran and Naqaa Mohammed were the school toppers with 84.4 per cent, followed by Roshan Ahmed (84 per cent).


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