Mangaluru: Mount Carmel students excel in CBSE class XII results - 2021

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Mangaluru, Jul 30: The seventh batch of empowered students of Class XII of Mount Carmel Central School, Maryhill went through the New Scheme of Evaluation based on Class X, XI final Exam marks and the continuous evaluation of Class XII during the year, without the final Board Exams of 2021 due to the pandemic hurdles. Out of 28 students, 8 students scored above 95 percent, nine above 90 percent and the rest above 80 percent with the school securing cent percent. A fresh flow of determined efforts to shape their future!

Jashan Chhabra and Nishkal Rao top the school with 97.2 percent (486/500) each, while Nikita Marina Saldanha stands second with 95.8 percent and Pratham Kiran K stands third with 95.6 percent.

The other students who scored above 95 percent are Ashritha Udupa (95.4 percent), Deepa Robert K (95.4 percent), Mohammad Adil Shabier (95.2 percent) and Arav Chaturvedi (95 percent)
The students who scored 90 percent and above are Gargi Yadav, Neema Naveen DSouza, Tarun S Hegde, Caroline Castelino, Melanie Lyan Dsouza, G Ricky Rich, Keagan Rominic Menezes, Larrel Jessica Coutinho and Niveditha Bala.

The management, principal, staff, students and parents of MCCS congratulate the toppers and all the students of class XII and appreciate their success. MCCS is proud of you dear students and our well wishing go with you for a better tomorrow.


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  • Shany, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 30 2021

    Congratulations to the Principal, staff and students of Grade XII of MCCSfor the good results. Perhaps some of you might have done still better if Board had conducted the exams. Remember, marks are not everything. Keep learning and do well in your future studies.

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