ISC: Out of 49 stu­dents in top 3 po­si­tions, 18 are from Lucknow

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LUCKNOW : Lucknow stu­dents dom­i­nated the ISC Class 12 merit list in a big way. Out of top 49 stu­dents who made it to top 3 po­si­tions, 18 of them are from Lucknow.

The ISC re­sults, along with that of ICSE Class 10, were de­clared on Mon­day.

Seven stu­dents jointly se­cured the first po­si­tion in ISC as all of them scored 99.5% marks. Out of these seven, three are from Lucknow’s City Montes­sori School. The three first rank holders from Lucknow are Rad­hika Chan­dra, Sa­man Wa­heed and Sak­shi Pradyumn.

The sec­ond po­si­tion was shared by 17 stu­dents and four of whom were from Lucknow. They all se­cured 99.25%. The Lucknow sec­ond po­si­tion holders are: Fiza Khan of Seth MR Jaipuria School; Nidhi Priya of Lucknow Pub­lic Col­lege, Sa­hara Es­tates, Jankipu­ram and San­jee­vani Hajra and Mansi Acharya, both of CMS.

Twenty-five stu­dents, in­clud­ing 11 from Lucknow, jointly shared the third po­si­tion with 99% marks. The city’s third po­si­tion holders are: Isha Bhasin and Aanandi Ar­jun, both from La Mar­tiniere Girls’ Col­lege. The re­main­ing 9 are from dif­fer­ent branches of CMS, Lucknow: Muskan Tan­don, Ibrahim Ka­mal, Shash­wat Ku­mar, Ashutosh Sing­hal, Swasti Arya, Saumya Shikhar Mishra, Utkarsh Nigam, Shreshtha Gupta and Bhagyashre­e.

How­ever, no Lucknow stu­dent could make it to the merit list of ICSE (Class X) exam.

Swayam Das of St Mary’s ICSE School, Navi Mum­bai notched the first po­si­tion with 99.40% in ICSE exam. Jas­mine Kaur Cha­hal of St Joseph’s Con­vent School, Jalandhar and Anokhi Amit Me­hta of Jamnabai Narsee School, Mum­bai jointly shared the sec­ond rank with 99.2%.

Gerry Arathoon, chief ex­ec­u­tive and sec­re­tary of the Coun­cil for the In­dian School Cer­tifi­cate Ex­am­i­na­tions (CISCE) on Mon­day said it was heart­en­ing to see that so many stu­dents from Lucknow made it to the merit list of ISC ex­ams.

“My hearti­est con­grat­u­la­tions to all merit holders for do­ing their city and school proud,” Arathoon said.

He said this year the board de­cided to re­duce the pass marks by two marks so as to get the pass­ing cri­te­rion at par with other boards. The pass marks for ICSE was 33% in­stead of the ear­lier 35% while for ISC ex­am­i­na­tion the pass marks was 35% in­stead of 40%, Arathoon said.

Jagdish Gandhi, CMS founder, said: “With its scin­til­lat­ing per­for­mance in the ICSE and ISC board ex­ams, Lucknow has cre­ated a distin­guished – in­deed pre­em­i­nent – place for it­self on the aca­demic map of In­dia, and demon­strated its schol­arly met­tle in the na­tional league ta­ble of schools.”

“I am thrilled that three All-In­dia Rank 1 holders from Lucknow (out of seven na­tion­ally) are all from CMS Lucknow – akin to a hat-trick! CMS will give away cash award of Rs 1 lakh to all the 3 na­tional top­pers of ISC,” he said.


Anmol’s mother bless­ing him af­ter his suc­cess in ISC.

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