Noida students put up good show in ICSE results
Two schools in Gautam Budh Nagar district affiliated with the board performed well in the examsUpdated: May 29, 2017 23:27 IST
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination declared the results of ISC (12th) and ICSE (10th) board exams on Monday afternoon. Only two schools in the Gautam Budh Nagar district are affiliated to CISCE — The Shriram Millennium School in Noida and St Joseph’s School in Greater Noida.
In ICSE exams, Shreshtha Sharma from The Shriram Millennium School topped her school by scoring 95.4%. She scored 97 in maths, Hindi and history/civics and geography subjects.
Sharing her joy with her family and friends, Shreshtha revealed her study routine. “I never studied for more than five to six hours a day, but I made sure that I studied every day of the year. I received excellent support from my parents who never pressured me to perform well. They just supported me through the year,” she said.
Shreshtha intends to continue her education in The Shriram Millennium School and has already chosen the humanities stream.
In the ISC exams, Ananya Sood topped her batch by scoring 94.8% in the commerce stream. “I would like to credit this success to my teachers and family who supported me throughout the year. I never took any tuitions,” said Ananya.
For her higher education, she wants to study psychology from St Xavier’s College, Bombay.
From The Shriram Millennium School, a total of 21 students appeared for the ICSE exams and nine appeared for the ISC exams. The school has recorded a 100% pass percentage in both the categories.
From St Joseph’s School, Greater Noida, Madhur Saxena scored 95.6% in ICSE to become the top scorer of his batch. He scored a full 100 in computer applications and 95 in history/civics and geography.
“I would like to thank my parents and teachers who provided me support all through the exam process,” he said.
A total of 207 students from St Joseph’s School appeared for the ICSE exam.
For the 2017 ICSE exams, a total of 1,75,299 students appeared from 2,106 schools across India. Of the 96,770 boys and 78,529 girls that took the exam, 94,957 boys and 77,765 girls, respectively, cleared it.
Similarly, 73,633 students appeared for the ISC exams from 988 schools across India. Of the 39,703 boys that took the exam, 37,872 were able to pass. From the 33,930 girls who appeared in the exam, 33,161 girls passed.
First Published: May 29, 2017 23:24 IST