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Locked Down But Not Knocked Down: Carmel Stands Tall Despite Pandemic

Thursday, July 23, 2020
Locked Down But Not Knocked Down: Carmel Stands Tall Despite Pandemic

Carmel School, Kuwait added yet another feather to its venerable cap by securing resplendent victory in the AISSCE 2020 when the results were finally published by the CBSE after several foggy days of incertitude. In spite of the unprecedented quandary that banjaxed all schedules, Carmelites evinced phenomenal resilience and brought alluring glory to their alma mater through their stellar performance in the board examination.

Among the 97 students who appeared for the examination, 81 obtained distinction while 45 scaled the height of 90% and above in aggregate. Neha Joseph Alapatt secured the first position in the Science stream with an aggregate of 97.8% while Neha Elizabeth Thomas, Sona Biju and Rhea Ranjith Nair shared the second position with 97.6%. Kashish Rajesh Bhardwaj and Kritagya Kothari bagged the third position in the same stream with 96.4%. Rohan Johnson stood first in the Commerce stream with an aggregate of 96% while Fedora Carol Menezes and Sukaina Murtuza Ghasi shared the second position with 95%. The third position was attained by Aashish Sundar and Vaishavee Singaravadivel who obtained 94%.

Neha Joseph Alapatt enhanced the grandeur of her accomplishment by scoring 100 marks in Chemistry and 99 in Biology. Rhea Ranjith Nair topped in Computer Science with 99 marks. The toppers in other subjects are: English (98) Kashish Rajesh Bhardwaj & Kritagya Kothari, Mathematics (98): Neha Joseph Alapatt & Rhea Ranjith Nair, Physics & Informatics Practices: (98): Neha Elizabeth Thomas & Sona Biju, Accountancy (97): Sukaina Murtuza Ghazi, Economics & Business Studies (96): Rohan Johnson.

“It is an amazing blessing indeed; a feat unachievable without the support, encouragement and prayers of the sisters, teachers, my parents and friends,” said Neha Joseph in great elation. “It is an unbelievable moment. All efforts and prayers have finally borne fruit,” added Rohan Johnson, acknowledging his gratitude to all who were instrumental in molding him. Sr. Christy Maria, the Principal, placed on record her deepest laudation and indebtedness to the students, teachers and parents for leading the institution to such a remarkable apogee with one accord despite unpropitious state of affairs. The Carmel family extends its profound appreciation and best wishes to the 2020 batch of Grade XII. Excelsior!

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