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A day of pride for 1,450 Grade X students.

A TOTAL of 1,450 students from six private schools in Bahrain appeared for the All-India Secondary School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) Grade X conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, India in March.

Asian School student Shree Arthi Govindaraju was the top scorer on the island with 97.6 per cent.

Following are the results school-wise announced yesterday.

Indian School Bahrain

THE school achieved a 99.5 per cent pass rate with 779 students appearing for the exams.

Of these 11 students scored A1 in all subjects.

Johann Agith was the top scorer with 97.4pc followed by Ashwina Ganesamurthy (97pc) and Nithin Jayadeep (96.8pc).

Subject-wise top scorers were:

English: Ashwina Ganesamurthy and Jordan Morera (both 99 marks); Maths: Abin Chandran (100); Science: Mahalakshmi Manivannan, Rithin Raj, Manaswini Mahidhar, Sneha Jagadheesh (all 99), Social: Nitin Jayadeep, Vaishnav Unny, Lakshmi Remesh, Sandra Devassy, Anjali Aravind Kizhakkanoodan (all 100); Sanskrit: Anju Ventak Ramesh (84); French: Johann Agith, Mohammed Sadat Ul Iqram, Andrew Baby Alex, Arjun Muraleedharan (all 99); Malayalam: Lakshmi Remesh and Fida Mammoo (both 97); Hindi: Anirudh Dayanadan (96); Arabic: Sawsan Almoosawi (95).

Asian School

SHREE Arthi Govindaraju, an Asian School student, was the top scorer of the island with 97.6pc.

Securing second place in the school was Junia Joyce Frank with 97pc, followed by Lekshmi Sree Chandra and Navya Edavan Puliya Cheriyath, both with 96.6pc.

Of the 195 students who took the exams, 120 obtained distinction with 75pc and above. Out of these, 44 students scored above 90pc.

Subject-wise top scorers were:

Mathematics: Chirag Satish Nair (100 marks); Science: Shree Arthi Govindaraju and Lekshmi Sree Chandra (both 100); Social Science: Adhithya Madhu and Bhavana Jain (99); English: Bismaroy Anto Anto Reesamma (98); Malayalam: Navya Edavan Puliya Cheriyath (98); French: Shree Arthi Govindaraju (99); Hindi: Priyanka (97).

The New Indian School

THE school achieved a 99 per cent pass rate with 167 students appearing for the exams.

Of these, 118 students secured first class, including 71 with distinction.

Theertha Suresh was the top scorer with 95.6pc, followed by Mumtaz Fatima (95.2pc) and Apurva Ramakrishnan (94.8pc).

Subject-wise top scorers were:

English: Angela Kevin Rodrigues (98pc); Mathematics: Neha Sanil and Aaron Joseph Thomas (100pc); Science: Theertha Suresh (99pc); Social Science: Mumtaz Fatima (99pc); Hindi: Sarthak Dixit (94pc); Arabic: Manar Taher Abdulaziz Taher (93pc); Malayalam: Devapriya Das (96pc); French: Apurva Ramkrishnan (98pc).

Al Noor International School

STUDENTS of the school achieved 100pc success in the exams.

Of the 31 students who took the exams, a large number of students scored above 80pc.

Shamila Salik top scored in all subjects with 97.2pc.

Ibn Al Hytham Islamic School

THE school posted a 100pc pass rate with 144 students appearing for the exams.

Fatima Jaffar top scored with 94pc followed by Lakshmi Manoj Kanat, Nazva, Fathimathul Najah Anwar (93pc) and Naima Khan (92.8pc).

Subject-wise top scorers were:

English: Rathna Nagaraju (98pc); Hindi: Fathimathul Najah Anwar (89pc); Arabic: Aysha Zuha Ashar (94pc); Malayalam: Fathima Jaffar, Lakshmi Manoj Kanat, Hiba Sainulabudeen, Nazva and Sumod Ramachandran (all 93pc); Urdu: Essa Ameen Baig, Mariyam Ibrahim Afandi, Abdul Rahman Jahanzeb and Wajiha (all 93pc); Maths: Essa Ameen Baig (98pc); Science: Ayasha Hafiz Muzibur Rahman (99pc); Social Science: Fathima Jaffar (99pc).

New Millennium School-DPS

THE school scored a 100pc success rate in the exams.

Of the 134 students who took the exams, a large number of students scored above 80pc.

Dovelyn Maryangel Figueredo was the top scorer with 97.2 pc followed by Hamra Fathima and Swastika Prashanth (both 96.6pc) and Fathima Zahra, Vishaka Ashok Mehta, Mayank Panjiyara and Dheekshita Pilli (95.6pc).

Subject-wise top scorers were:

English: Rhea Ajit Pai, Dhwani Dhiraj Bhatia, Hamra Fathima, Naqiya Zuzar Mandarwala and Arya Rahul Phadke (97); French: Dovelyn Maryangel Figueredo and Swastika Prashanth (both 98); Hindi: Sarah Nasim, Mayank Panjiyara and Srija Roy (all 95); Mathematics: Srija Roy (100); Science: Hamra Fathima, Swastika Prashanth, Sai Sriya Yadavalli (99); Social Science: Deekshitha Pilli (100).

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