Kundapur: Don Bosco CBSE School scores a double ton

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Udupi, May 17: Don Bosco CBSE School, Trasi achieved a unique record of its first double ton as its first batch of class 12 students and 7th Batch of Class 10 students passed with 100% results recently.

The highlight of the result of Class 12 is that out of the 15 students, 9 passed in distinction, 5 in first class and 1 in second class. Nithyashree V topped the School with 96.4% in the Science Section whereas Sonali D’Almeida topped the Commerce section with 87.8%.

Among the Class 10 students, out of 33 students, 6 passed with distinction, 10 with first class and 10 with second class. Anvitha Shetty topped the School with 88%.

Expressing his joy at the results Fr Maxim D’Souza, the principal exclaimed, “We are thrilled with our results especially of class 12 who have passed with good scores. They have set a good track record for others to follow. Being the first batch facing class 12 board exams, we were apprehensive how they would perform. But the individual care and support given by teachers by calling them to school and preparing them to face these exams have proved beneficial. Our students have now proved that CBSE Junior College is not as hard as it is made out to be.”

The school offers science and commerce streams for Classes 11 & 12. Nestled in a 10 acre campus, the school has excellent faculty, infrastructure, vast playgrounds and excellent laboratories. It offers Boarding facilities for Catholic Boys from classes 7 to 12.




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