Hyderabad: Most schools get full' scores in ICSE, ISC results

Geetanjali, St Joseph's girls top in ICSE Telangana.

Hyderabad: Most of the city schools have scored 100 per cent pass percentage in the ICSE results with Bhavya Tiberewala from Geetanjali Public School, Hyderabad being the topper from Telangana state. She secured 98.40 per cent. Garvit Daga from St. Joseph School was second in the state with 98.0 per cent.

Niraj Public School secured 100 per cent results in ICSE. Of the 82 students who appeared for Class X exams, 73 got distinction while nine got first class. Sarada Vyshnavi Putcha, the school topper, got 95.6 per cent.

Nasr Boys School in Gachibowli secured 100 per cent in ICSE. The school topper is Navneeth Visa Wath scoring 96.4 per cent while Mohammad Abdul Hadi secured 100 per cent in social studies.

In all 83 students appeared for the exam. Dr Chhalamayi Reddy, Principal of Sri Aurobindo International School said, “For the last 13 years our school has been securing 100 per cent results in ICSE and for ISC from past seven years.”

From Johnson Grammer School, 457 students appeared for Class X of which 311 bagged distinctions. Of the 64 students who appeared for Class XII, (ISC) two students scored above 90 per cent and 27 had distinctions.

Mrs. Chandra Bhanu, Principal, Johnson Grammar School, Nacharam said, “Our first batch of the ISC students achieved 100 per cent success in Class XII.”

St. Joseph Public School, King Koti also secured 100 per cent with 122 of the all 373 students securing above 80 per cent. Garvit Daga student of St. Joseph Public School is the second topper in Telangana state.

HPS student tops science
Gayatri Banda, the school topper of Hyderabad Public School for the science stream with 95.2% is a gold medalist in Inter District Discus Throw. Despite being ill with a lung condition that required treatment during pre-boards, she still managed to score well. She says,”The school always provided the right environment for me to continue my passion of singing and encouraged my sports ability. I was not feeling well during my math boards but I am glad that my scores haven’t been affected.”

Sushaanth Kuttua, student of Hyderabad public school is often whipping up a concoction at home. Being the second runner up of Young Chef and a talented drummer. Sushaanth had to often balance his love for music and passion for cooking along with his studies. He says, “I have scored 87% and could not be happier. I try not to stress too much about results and always balanced my hobbies along with studying. I hope to be able to do the same in the future too.”

Kavin Gupta, who has represented the Hyderabad Public School for the ASISC Nationals and at state level has scored a striking 92.2% in the science stream.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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