The ISC topper from the leading school this year is Ngukivi Chishi with 99.25 per cent, followed by Aakangsha Dutta with 98.50 per cent and Devansh Gupta with 98.25 per cent. In the ISC, the humanities topper is Ngukivi Chishi with 99.25 per cent, while the commerce topper is Pranjit Narayan Goswami with 96.75 per cent and the science topper is Devansh Gupta with 98.25 per cent.
The school headmaster, Dr Vidhukesh Vimal, was pleased in announcing the results – the ICSE class aggregate was was 86.95 per cent and ISC class aggregate was 85.19 per cent. “We are happy with the success of our students. We acknowledge the hard work of the teachers too. However, we must not lose sight of the fact that this pandemic has taught us never to rest easy on our accomplishments, for the winds of fortune are ever changing and we may have to take life-changing decisions overnight. We must ask ourselves whether we are equipping future generations for a life where career mobility is fast becoming the norm and where regular upgrades in skill sets will become imperative,” said Vimal.
The headmaster congratulated all ICSE students and teachers on producing quality results with 55 students scoring above 90 per cent, 52 students scoring above 80 per cent and 16 students scoring above 70 per cent. Special mention was made of all ISC students and teachers for producing stellar results with 53 students scoring above 90 per cent, 35 students scoring above 80 per cent and 19 students scoring above 70 per cent.
Sanskriti The Gurukul, a leading school in Guwahati, also produced 100 per cent results in the exams. In ICSE, 69 students appeared, out of which 45 students scored 90 per cent and above. The school topper is Vatsal Agarwal who scored 99.2 per cent. The school average in ICSE is 91.49 per cent.
On the other hand, in ISC, 40 students appeared from the school this year. Of them, 28 students scored above 90 per cent. Spriha Dhand (humanities) is the school topper with 98.75 per cent. Vasu Bhartia got highest marks in science with a score of 97.75 per cent, while in commerce, Vidhi Lunia scored highest 97.5 per cent marks. The school average for ISC is 91.19 per cent.
One of the leading educational institutions of upper Assam, Shiksha the Gurukul in Doomdooma, Tinsukia, achieved 100 per cent success in the ISC and ICSE examinations conducted by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE).
Principal Arpita Mutsuddi said that this year four candidates appeared from the arts stream for the ISC examination and all of them passed in the first division.
Vidishaa Dhelia was the school topper securing 94.2%. She scored 100 in political science, 97 in geography, 96 in history, 88 in economics and 84 in English. Among the other candidates, Gaurav Deka got 76.7%, Rishika Gogoi 71.2% and Rajiv Das 63%.
Sixty students from the school appeared for the ICSE examination and all of them passed with flying colours. While 34 appeared from the science stream, 26 were from the commerce stream.