Six Indian schools secure 100 percent pass in CBSE exams

May 21, 2014 - 3:21:33 am

DOHA: Six Indian schools in Qatar secured 100 percent pass in CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) Class X examinations held in March. Results were announced in Delhi yesterday.

MES Indian School had the largest number of students taking the examinations. All its 710 students qualified for admission to higher classes. 

Seventy students secured A1, Cumulative Grade Points (CGPA 10), the highest grade in the examination in all subjects while 35 students scored CGPA 9.8.

Of the 328 students of Ideal Indian School who took the examinations, 10 got grade point 10 with A1 in all five subjects and six scored A1 in four subjects (CGPA 9.8). 

The seventh Class X batch of Birla Public School had 243 students. 

Of them,  52 scored A1 in all subjects, with a CGPA of 10.

Of the 222 students of DPS-MIS (Modern Indian School) who sat for the examinations, 63 secured A1 in all subjects and 137 got CGPA 9 and above.

Out of the 65 candidates of Doha Modern Indian School , 15 secured a CGPA of 10 and A1 in all subjects. 

Fifty-two percent of students got a CGPA of 9 and above. Fourteen students of Shantiniketan Indian School secured high CGPA.

The Peninsula

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