DUBAI // The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Grade 12 results have been released to Indian schools across the UAE. More than 3,200 pupils from 27 schools in the UAE appeared for the month-long examinations in three streams - science, commerce and arts - in March.
Below are the results by school:
ABU DHABI & AL AIN
Our Own English High School, Al Ain
All 25 students passed the exams in first division. The school high achiever in the Science stream was Ammu Joshy with an aggregate of 95 per cent and the Commerce achiever was Toyeba Tabasum with an aggregate of 82.6 per cent.
Indian School, Al Ain
In the Science stream 46 students sat for the examinations, from which 18 students scored above 80 per cent and 27 of them scored above 75 percent. Eshani Dutta came first with 95.6 per cent. In the Commerce stream, 45 students did the examinations, out of which 13 have scored above 80 per cent while 19 of them scored above 75 per cent. Binuja Mariam John was the top student with 90 per cent.
Abu Dhabi Indian School
All of the students who did the exams passed. In the Science stream, Akilesh Mohan was the highest achiever with 98 per cent and Laveen Nankhani came first in Commerce stream with 96.4 per cent.
Indian Islahi Islamic School
Of the 111 pupils who did the examinations, 109 passed. Of these, 54 were Science students, and 35 secured distinctions; and of 57 Commerce students, 22 achieved distinctions. Aysha Shana scored 92.8 per cent in the Science stream and Mohamed Iflal Maryam scored 91.6 per cent in Commerce.
Asian International Private School, Ruwais
Zoheb Backer came first in the school with 94.8 per cent and Fathima Arshad took the second place with 94.6 per cent.
Our Own English High School, Dubai
All 267 students who did the exam passed. Athulya Santhosh Kumar secured a 97.6 per cent aggregate in the Science stream, Pooja Surana secured the top slot in Commerce with 94 per cent and Diksha Narendra Laungani secured 95.4 per cent in the Humanities stream.
Our Own High School, Al Warqa’a
All 212 pupils have passed the examinations, and 16.5 per cent achieved an average of 90 per cent and above. A further 86.3 per cent achieved 60 per cent and above. The highest achiever in the Science stream was Kevin C. Sebastian with 96.4 per cent. The top student in the Commerce stream was Tushar Benyani with 95.2 per cent.
Our Own Indian School, Dubai
Hari Krishnan was the top student in the Science stream with 93.6 per cent, while Lakshmi Sreekumar came first in Commerce with 95.2 per cent.
Delhi Private School
All of the 63 students who sat the exams passed. In the Science stream, Vrinda Bhandula came first with 92.2 per cent. The top achiever in Commerce is Karan Shenoy with 91.6 per cent.
All the 62 students passed the examination. The Science stream high achiever was Jacob Tandupurecal with 94.4 per cent and the Commerce stream leader was Karan Jain, with an overall percentage of 93.8.
Indian High School, Dubai
All 451 students who wrote the exams have passed. Den Senora D’Mello and Shweta Sharma shared the first place in the Science stream with 97.6 per cent. Prabhu Srikala Iruvail and Mamta Mehra shared the first place in Commerce with 96.2 per cent. In Arts, Kalyani Vijayan topped the class with 95.6 per cent. More than 100 students scored over 90 per cent.
Emirates English Speaking School
Of the 31 students who wrote the exams, 13 secured distinctions and 10 had First Class passes. P Vimal Raj has topped the Science stream with 91 per cent and in Commerce, Jyoti Pradeep Kumar secured 85.8 per cent
New Indian Model School, Dubai
At NIMS, 115 students wrote the CBSE exam: 55 in Science and 60 in Commerce. Suraj Sunil Kumar came first in the school in Science with 95 per cent, Shahana Humayoon Thoosikannan secured 93.6 per cent in the Commerce stream.
Gulf Model School, Dubai
Ziyad Abdul Hameed came first in Science and Tany Maria John came first in Commerce. The school did not supply details of percentages achieved.
Our Own English High School, Fujairah
All 45 pupils passed the examinations and 75.5 per cent of the candidates scored an aggregate of more than 75 per cent. The top achiever in the Science stream was Ivana Rakshit with 93.8 per cent. The top achiever in the Commerce stream was Zaira Sohail Saif with 88.8 per cent.
RAS AL KHAIMAH
Indian Public High School
Out of 23 students from Science stream, 13 were awarded distinctions and nine secured first class. Bhatia Priyanka Ajay topped the list with 93 per cent. All 18 students in the Commerce stream passed the examination. Ten achieved distinctions and seven secured First Class passes. Andrea Michelle Roche was the highest achiever with 89.8 per cent.
Indian School, Ras Al Khaimah
Of the 87 students who took the examinations, 46 were in the Science stream and 41 in the Commerce stream. Results show 49 students secured distinctions and 28 students got a First Class pass. Sai Deepika came first in Science with 95.6 per cent and Pooja Prasad led Commerce with 89.4 per cent.
Our Own English High School, Sharjah (Boys’ branch)
All 100 students who wrote the exams passed. In the Science stream, the average aggregate percentage was 79.4 and in the Commerce stream it was 73.8 per cent. The top achiever in the Science stream was Mohammed Sharoon with 94.6 per cent and the leader in Commerce was Ashley Chris D’Souza with an aggregate of 89.2 per cent.
Delhi Private School, Sharjah
Gaurangi Saxena was the highest achiever in the Science stream with 96.2 per cent and Sherika Antao led the Commerce stream with 92.4 per cent.
New Indian Model School, Sharjah
A total of 54 students wrote the examinations. The top place was taken by Shaik Bushra who got 90 per cent and Rumaila Abdulla stood first with 89.4 per cent in Commerce.