Chitkara International School scores big, registers 100 per cent pass percentage in CBSE Class 10 Board Results
22 students have secured more than 90% marks while 31 students have attained 80% and above
Chandigarh: It is a complete cheer for Chitkara International School as the school has logged 100% success in the CBSE Class 10 Board results. In this regard, a total of 109 students of the school had been evaluated for the CBSE Class 10 results, out of which 22 students have secured more than 90% marks while 31 students have attained 80% and above.
Topping the charts with a whopping 98%, Vansh Goyal has bagged the first position in the school followed by Radhika Sharma (97%) and Ashpreet Singh (96%) respectively. Joining the remarkable list of toppers, Manmohit Singh, Anshika Jaswal, Aakrit Sharma and Paarth Sethi secured the fourth position with 94% marks each. More so, Vansh Goel, Radhika Sharma & Ashpreet Singh secured 100/100 in Mathematics. In light of the tremendous result, the school has attributed the achievement to its worthy parents, students and faculty members who have worked in tandem towards maintaining the required academic rigour amid the changed processes of online education.
Each of these hardworking Chitkarians is in fact an outright powerhouse of talent. In particular, Vansh Goyal is a markedly conscientious student, who enjoys undertaking technological projects and research work, while Manmohit Singh is an impressive orator with a scientific bent of mind. Radhika Sharma and Anshika Jaswal, on the other hand are terrific dancers who possess impressive attention to detail skills. At the same time, the school’s pride, Aakrit Sharma, is a technology enthusiast and a true-blue artist at heart who takes keen interest in exploring and employing different technologies. Yet another gem of the school, Gurtegbir Singh (91%), is a national-level football player, who has several medals and awards to his credit.
Expressing her joy at the happy occasion and her sincere admiration towards the faculty and students of the school, Dr. Niyati Chitkara, Director, Chitkara International School, Chandigarh said, “We’re all beaming with pride at the resounding success of our students in CBSE exams. It is indeed the concerted effort of teachers’ and students’ that has borne fruit, and we wish to commend and congratulate all students of the region and the country for displaying such inspiring resilience, hard work, discipline and positivity despite the growing uncertainties of the pandemic.”