Mangaluru: St Agnes CBSE School congratulates Bharatanatyam senior, junior grade exams toppers

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Mangaluru, Apr 3: The Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board Bengaluru conducted the Bharatanatyam senior and junior grade examination and the students of St Agnes CBSE School have excelled in the examination and proved that apart form the academics the other co-curricular activities also play a very important role in shaping the life of the students.

Sixteen students had written the junior grade examination and 1 student wrote the senior grade examination. The various subjects they have learnt are Shastra 1, Drishya Jnana, Prayoga 1and Prayoga 2 and 3. The examination is conducted out of 400 marks.

Under junior grade the following marks were scored by students - Sanvika Prashanth scored 387, Yashasvi M – 367, Sai Prarthana – 363, Apeksha – 355, Kushi K – 355, Ahana Adiga – 347, Meenakshi Shetty – 344, Sanvi M Salian – 336, Pranamya P – 335, ManvithaKulal - 331, KyathiMalligemadu – 330, Hamsika P S - 328, Janvi – 324, Namashree Jogi - 319, Tanmayee N. Amin – 317, and Manaswi Prabhu – 282.

Under senior grade, Mahima R Salian scored 452 out of 600 marks.

The management, the principal, the administrator and staff congratulated all the students for their excellent performance and their parents for their support and guidance.



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