Mangaluru: Carmel School achieves 100 percent success rate in CBSE 10th exams once again

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Mangaluru, May 12: The results of the CBSE 10th class examination, which were announced on Friday, May 12, have brought great pride to Carmel School as the seventh consecutive batch of students excelled again.

All the students who appeared for the exams have passed with outstanding results, marking a significant achievement for them. Out of the 102 students, 9 have secured above 90%, while 20 students scored between 80% and 89%. Additionally, 30 students achieved scores ranging from 70% to 79%, and 27 students obtained marks between 60% and 69%.

These results are a testament to the hard work and dedication displayed by the students in their studies. Ashel Amey DSilva has emerged as the school topper with an impressive score of 96.6%. Piya P. Nayak secured the second position with 95.6%, and Apeksha C Bhat stood third with 93% overall.

Aysha Soha achieved a perfect score, while Piya P Nayak scored 99 in Mathematics. Furthermore, Achala B Kamath, Apeksha C Bhat, Ashel Amey DSilva, Glebsy Bertha Dsouza, Kanishka Kottary, Lahari K, Niharika Prashanth, Raizel Nicole Menezes, and Vaishnavi M R obtained a flawless score of 100 in Information Technology.

Sr Sarika, the Principal, expressed her heartfelt appreciation for the remarkable achievements, determination, and perseverance demonstrated by the students. The school management extends its warm congratulations to the students for their splendid performance, along with appreciation to the Principal and faculty for their unwavering dedication, and the parents for their constant encouragement and support.


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