Most Hyd schools get ‘full’ scores in ISC, ICSE results

Most Hyd schools get ‘full’ scores in ISC, ICSE results, brainfeed magazine

Most of the schools in Hyderabad are reported to have scored 100 per cent pass percentage in the ICSE results.

Meanwhile, Bhavya Tiberewala from Geetanjali Public School became the topper in Telangana state having secured 98.40%.

In the second place in the state stood Garvit Daga from St. Joseph School with 98.0%.

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

Nasr Boys School in Gachibowli secured 100% in ICSE. The school topper, Navneeth Visa Wath, secured 96.4% while Mohammad Abdul Hadi secured 100% in social studies. In all 83 students appeared for the examination.

Dr Chhalamayi Reddy, Principal of Sri Aurobindo International School said, “For the last 13 years our school has been securing 100% results in ICSE and for ISC from past seven years.”

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

St. Joseph Public School, King Koti also secured 100%. 122 of the 373 students secured above 80% in the school. Garvit Daga student of St. Joseph Public School is the second topper in Telangana state.

Gayatri Banda is the topper of Hyderabad Public School in the science stream with 95.2%. She is also a gold medalist in Inter District Discus Throw.

Despite being ill with a lung condition that required treatment during pre-boards, Gayatri managed to score well. She says,”The school always provided the right environment for me to continue my passion for 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, a student of HPS, scored 87%.

Kavin Gupta of HPS has scored 92.2% in the science stream.