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Brahmavar: Little Rock Produces Great Results Yet Again

Published On : 29 May 2015   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Brahmavar: The new academic year starts on an exciting note for Little Rock Indian School in Brahmavar. The School has achieved excellent results at the CBSE Class X and XII Exams. With 267 students in Class X and103 in Class XII, the school has recorded 100% pass in both.

Abhishek Rao stood first in Class XII Computer Science combination with 97.6%, while Nikitha Suvarna J topped the Biology stream with 95%.

42 students have scored more than 90% marks while 39 students have scored 80 to 90%. 8 students have won A1 in all the five subjects

Class X students have done well too, with as many as 26 students scoring all 10 points and another 104 students hitting 9 points and above. This shows that nearly half of the students have scored the highest possible CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average), equivalent to 85% and above marks.

The management of Little Rock has congratulated the students and the teachers for making these brilliant results possible. “Discipline and hard work are unfailing ingredients of success. Students and teachers are both happy and motivated when we get good results”, says Prof. Mathew C. Ninan, the Principal of Little Rock.







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