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LITTLE ROCK’S REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENT- 2021

Published On : 03 Aug 2021   |  Reported By : media release


True to its tradition Little Rock Indian School in Brahmavar has achieved 100% pass this time as well in Classes X and XII of CBSE Exams.

Of the 257 students who appeared for Class X Exams, 106 passed with over 90% marks, 88 scored 80-89%, while 48 students 70-79% , 14 students 60-69% and 1 student 55-59%. This is certainly one of its best results.

Drishya Bharath Shetty scored the highest marks 99.4%, Sharanya Mady scored the second highest 99.2% and Ankith Kini scored the third highest 98.8%.

        

Of the 93 students who appeared for Class XII Exams, 55 passed with over 90% marks, 32 scored 80-89%, while 5 students 70-79% and 1 student 60-69%.

Madhura V Rao with 98.2% scored the highest marks in the Biology combination while Raima Mahato scored 96.6% in the Computer Science combination.

                                            

The management of Little Rock has congratulated the students and the teachers on their brilliant performance. ‘We are indeed happy about our students’ remarkable performance. This once again proves that hard work will never go unrewarded’, said Dr. John Thomas, the Principal of the School.

 







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