BHAVANITES BASK IN BRILLIANCE
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kuwait (Indian Educational School) premises exploded with excitement and exuberance when the CBSE grade 10 results were published by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, India. The atmosphere buzzed with euphoria of striking success as the 106 candidates who appeared for the Class 10 CBSE examinations 2018 successfully cleared the first hurdle to reach their cherished career goals.
Results- A Bird’s Eye View
A total of 106 candidates appeared for the CBSE grade 10 board examinations. 43.3% of the candidates scored a splendid 90% and more in aggregate and made it to the highfliers’ club with many A1 grades to their credit.
Rashmi Ajay Kumar Nair grabbed the ‘crème da la crème-the school topper’ title by scoring 98.2% aggregate marks in the board examination. Madhumitha Kasiviswanathan and Pavana Radhakrishnan also stole the show with an astounding 97% and 96.6% aggregate in the A.I.S.S.E (Class X examination) held in March 2018 standing second and third in the school respectively.
The delightful exaltation of the centum echoes in every nook and corner of Bhavans as the fraternity celebrate the spectacular accomplishment of the wunderkinds who made their alma mater truly proud.
‘When love and skills work together, we cannot expect anything less than a miracle.’ This adage stands true in the case of the sincere and diligent teaching fraternity of Bhavans. The school toppers attributed their success to their loving teachers. “The time-tested study pattern of IES, along with the students’ ardent desire to excel in the board examination helped them attain this landmark feat.” said Mr. T. Premkumar, the principal, Bhavans Kuwait while cheering the students on their phenomenal accomplishment. Many a Bhavanite scored 80/80 in Math but could not strike the magical number 100. IES is very meticulous about the internal assessments and the scores are not manipulated either for the benefit of ‘scores’ or ‘fame’. Bhavans deems learning to be of paramount importance than scoring marks.
In Pursuit of Perfection
The child-centred education and activity-oriented learning system at Bhavans, Kuwait certainly proved tremendously beneficial for the students of the institution to achieve the seemingly impossible goals with ease and certitude. Mr. N.K. Ramachandran Menon, the chairman, Bhavans Middle East and Mr. Sooraj Ramachandran, Vice Chairman, Bhavans, Middle East, congratulated the students on their exultant victory. They also thanked the parent community for their unstinted support and the teachers for their passion and dedication. Bhavan’s pursuit of perfection in the horizon of private education in Kuwait by reaping stellular accomplishment has won great acclamation from parents, students, and well-wishers across the country. Bhavans is surely all set to echo the mantra of success more markedly and more conspicuously in the years to come.