India : VIBGYOR High group of schools is proud to announce their 100% results from across Mumbai, Pune, Vadodara and Bangalore centres in ICSE Class 10 examinations 2015. This year, the number of students who took the Class 10 boards from several schools across India was around 1.59 lakh with a pass percentage of 98.49%. The results are up by 0.21%, making it ICSE’s best in the last five years.
253 students, who appeared for the examinations this year from VIBGYOR High, have passed with flying colours, representing the best quality of education provided by the school. 40% from across centres have scored more than 90% marks, while 93% have got a distinction.
The school has recorded a highest percentage of 96.8%, secured by the student, Tweesha Rakesh Jain from the Mumbai region. The toppers from other regions are Bhavna Arora and Siddarth Sai Amruth Yetikuri from Bangalore with 96%, Chinmay Pathak from Pune with 95.8% and Shah Dharmit Sandeep from Vadodara with 90.8%.
Talking about the school’s successful results, Ms. Kavita Sahay, Director – Schools & Academics, VIBGYOR High Group of Schools said, “I would like to congratulate each and every student of our school for securing the best results”. She further added, “The learner-centric pedagogy at VIBGYOR High approaches each child as a separate entity, encouraging them to experiment and come upon their own strengths and weaknesses themselves.”
Tweesha Rakesh Jain, topper student, VIBGYOR High Mumbai School, expressed her happiness, saying, “I am extremely glad to see the wonderful outcome of my efforts. I am very thankful to my teachers, principal and my parents for providing constant support and motivation throughout the academic year. They were always present to provide me with expert guidance, wherever and whenever required.”
VIBGYOR High’s thoughtfully crafted curriculum framework is integrated, and delivered through research-oriented and activity-based, Interdisciplinary learning modules, which aids in strengthening students’ deeper understanding of the subject. The school’s classrooms are transformed into learning laboratories where students experiment and innovate, share and deliberate, lead and follow as they participate in activities. The objective is to develop a sense of context and objectivity in children to equip them for larger challenges.
Source : Lokesh Shastri