Mount Carmel Class X secures 100% in AISSE

Mount Carmel 5th batch of Class X students secure 100% results in AISSE

Mangaluru: The 5th batch of Class X of Mount Carmel Central School here continued the legacy of securing 100% results in the AISSE-2016. All the 58 students who appeared for the CBSE Class X Board exams held in March 2016 have passed with quality results.

Since some years, CBSE has ruled out the system of distinctions, first class etc, but only give Grades based on CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average). CGPA 10 is the highest grade given by CBSE and 7 students have scored 10 CGPA.

7 students with the topmost – 10 CGPA are:

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L-R: Aaral Alisha Monteiro,  Angelica Albuquerque and Megha Mahesh Joshi

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L-R: Sharol Melita Menezes,  Simonne Letetia Pinto,  Sinchana Sudhakar and  Vinita Rosa Monis

7 students with the next highest grade – 9.8 CGPA are :

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L-R: Aaran San D’Souza,  Adline Princia D’Souza and Anjali

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L-R: Arolin Blossom Miranda, Chris Orlin Cardoza, Nicole Helen D’Mello and Vishwas K.S.

Sr Melissa AC -Principal, Mount Carmel Central School, Maryhill, Mangaluru has congratulated all these students for their great achievements in AISSE-2016.

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