For the second position there was a tie between two students Sakina Kausarali Jamali and Badrul Jamali Huzefa Ali who secured 92% marks.
According to The Times of India, Swayam Das from Mumbai is the highest ICSE scorer in India, having earned 99.4 per cent. Notably, the southern region registered the best pass percentage (98.38) at the national-level.
Speaking about the change, Gerry Arathoon, chief executive and secretary of CISCE, said, "It has been decided that from 2019, the board will also make papers for the final examination of Classes IX and XI ...and send it to the schools affiliated to us".More news: Bohemian Rhapsody: first trailer for Freddie Mercury biopic
In Nagpur there are four schools in which students have enrolled in Std X for ICSE.
Of the 153 students who appeared for the exam, at the school, this year 41 students scored 90% or above, 74 achieved marks between 80% and 89%. A total of 180 Scheduled Caste candidates took the ICSE examination achieving a pass percentage of 100 while 10 Scheduled Tribe candidates took the examination clocking 100 percent pass.
In ISC Science, Radhika Patwari of Narbheram Hansraj English School was crowned city topper with 98.75 per cent.More news: Damon Wayans Claims Clayne Crawford Injured Him on Deadly Weapon Set
Third position was jointly shared by 12 students: Nidhi Nilesh Dhanani and Vishruti Parag Shah of Vibgyor High, Goregaon (W), Mumbai; Sarantha Danielle Correa of Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai; Neel Mulay of Greenwood High, Bengaluru; Vasvi Gupta of Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer; Sarthak Mittal of Smt Lilavatibai Podar High School, Mumbai; Vedika Manish Manek of St Gregorios High School, Mumbai; Abheya Arora of St Joseph's Convent School, Jalandhar; Swarup Padhi of Kerala Samajam Model School, Jamshedpur; Priya Kumari of Hill Top School, Jamshedpur; Spriha Pandey of The Heritage School, Kolkata and Anuraag Ghosh of The Aryans School, Kolkata. The management, principal and staff of all CISCE schools have congratulated their students on their achievement and wished them all success in their future endeavours.
In the ISC examination, seven students with an aggregate of 99.50% topped the country. I used to take part in sporting activities. "I did it all on my own through a target-based study method", she said. At the end of the day, it boils down to what you like to study and not what others would like you to study.
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One of the pupils, Harshi Kabra in Grade 10 scored 99 out of 100 in art making her the UAE topper in the subject. "I have worked really hard to get this score". A believer in consistent work, she began preparations for the exam right from class 11. "I used to study nearly the entire day and had two hours as spare time", she says. She now hopes to study history at Delhi University. I was determined to continue with them even during my Class X year. She plans to pursue CA course alongside BCom. "That made this score even sweeter", she beams. We want to support her in every step of her life.