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LITTLE ROCK HAS DONE IT AGAIN CENT PERCENT PASS IN CLASS X

Published On : 15 Jul 2020   |  Reported By : canaranews network


After the spectacular 100% pass of Class XII of CBSE, Class X students of Little Rock Indian School in Brahmavar have done well too, with 100% pass. All the 251 students passed, with as many as 65 students scoring 90% and above, and 109 between 80 and 89%. While 71 students have scored 60-79%, 6 have passed with second class marks.

     

                         

Prabhav Shetty topped the School with 97% marks including a centum in Maths. Pratham Shetty, Jessica Gonsalves, Shragvi Raviraj, Chrisanne Monis and Rakshith G Maiya have scored more than 95% marks aggregate. We have centum scorers in English, Maths, Hindi and Social Science this time, which is yet another unique achievement of this batch.

This is the 28th batch of Class X presented by Little Rock for the CBSE Board Exams, coming out with 100% pass.

The management of Little Rock congratulated the students and the teachers on their brilliant performance. “We learn the value of hard work at times such as this, and it encourages us to strive for higher goals in our journey towards excellence”, said Dr. John Thomas, the principal of the School.







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