(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) schools in Muscat have achieved 100 per cent success rate in this year's CBSE Class X examinations. The results, based on Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) introduced in 2011, were declared on Tuesday afternoon.
All 541 students who took the exams from Indian School Muscat (ISM) cleared it, with 73 students achieving a GPA score of perfect ten with A1 in all five subjects. As many as 126 students scored A1 in English, 143 got the top grade in Science, 119 achieved A1 in Mathematics while 128 achieved A1 in Social Science. The school said that overall 175 students scored A1 in elective subjects “ 80 out of 251 students who chose Hindi, 61 out of 175 students of French, 6 out of 32 of Arabic and 25 out of 83 who chose Malayalam.
Srinivas K Naidu, principal, ISM said, ''We are delighted with the performance. I take the opportunity to congratulate the parents. The results are there to stay as teachers and the school take this very close to their hearts and work towards it.''
Indian School Ghubra saw 38 students score a perfect ten while 163 students secured A grade. Papri Ghosh, principal, ISG said, ''The students have made the school proud with their results and we are satisfied with the performance.''
As many as 184 students from Indian School Darsait took the exam. The number was 195 last year. Expressing happiness over the school's 100 per cent success rate, a senior official said, ''Though there were lesser students this year, the average marks of most of them were good. Out of 184 pupils, 34 scored perfect ten CGPA and 49 students got CGPA of nine and above. However, last year 39 students scored a perfect ten.''
ISD principal Dr Sridevi P Thashnath congratulated the students and teachers for the results.
All 179 class X students of Indian School Seeb cleared the exams. A senior official from the school said, ''We are happy with the results as all of our students have passed the exams. Also we have seven students scoring CGPA 10, which is indeed very motivating for the juniors.''
In Indian School Sohar (ISS), 148 out of the 149 who took the exam cleared it. Five of them got the A1 grade.
''Last year there were no failures and we had nine students with a perfect ten score,'' an official from ISS said, adding that a new method of assessment called the Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) has been introduced this year. The Format Assessment (FA) method was followed previously.
All 195 students from Indian School Salalah passed the exam.
While 15 secured a perfect ten, 46 scored CGPA ranging from 9 to 9.5. Cyril Samuel, president of the school management committee and its principal T R Brown congratulated the students and the staff for their efforts.
Wilson George, chairman of board of directors, Indian Schools in Oman said, ''We have a total of 1,963 students from 12 Indian schools who appeared for the CBSE class X exams. I have details of results from some schools and the rest are expected by tomorrow. The details available with me show that our children have done extremel