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Little Rock Indian School secures 100% results

Published On : 14 May 2023   |  Reported By : media release


The Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar has secured 100% results in CBSE Classes X and XII examinations.

Of the 272 students who appeared for Class X exams, 73 students passed with over 90% marks, 108 have secured marks between 80% and 89%, 60 between 70% and 79%, 25 between 60% and 69%and 6 students between 50% and 59%.

        

 

     

Vani Mallya and Shirish Mohandas Chadaga emerged as toppers with 96.2% followed by Anish Shetty with 95.6% and Nishanth Ashok Shetty with 95.4%.

Of the 79 students who appeared for Class XII exams, 22 have passed with over 90% marks, 21 between 80% and 89%, 27 between 70% and &79%, 8 students between 60% and 69% and one students between 55% and 59%. Dhairya H Shah scored highest marks in Biology combination with 97.4% while Arnav Udupa scored 96.00% in Computer Science.

The management of Little Rock Indian School has congratulated the students and the teachers on their brilliant performance, said Dr John Thomas, Principal of the School







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