GIIS Chinchwad students pass with flying colours in CBSE exams

Published on 12 Jun 2015
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Global Indian International School (GIIS), Chinchwad Campus celebrates the brilliant performance of its first batch of Class X students who passed the CBSE examination with flying colours, setting a standard for the batches to come!

Key highlights of CBSE Class 10 Exam Results 2015

30 students appeared for the exam and the entire batch passed with distinction. 20% students attained 10 CGPA setting a superb start towards academic excellence. 86.6% students scored A1 & A2 and 43.3% scored 90% and above. The school’s average CGPA stands at a remarkable 9.

GIIS Chinchwad Toppers
10 Cumulative Grade point average holders
Anshul Verma
Apoorva Vardhan
Deepika Aiyer
Anshul Verma
2015
Apoorva Vardhan
2015
Deepika Aiyer
2015
Raunak Agarwal
Ruchi Pendse
Pratik Borikar
Raunak Agarwal
2015
Ruchi Pendse
2015
Pratik Borikar
2015

SUBJECT WISE TOPPERS with 90% and above Scores

SUBJECT WISE TOPPERS with 90% and above Scores
Top Scorers
Perfect Score in Math-Pratik Borikar (100/100)
Subject
Student’s Name
Highest Score
GR
GP
English
Deepika Aiyer
97
A1
10
Second Language
Deepika Aiyer
97
A1
10
 
Nicaul Shete
     
 
Raunak Agarwal
     
 
Ruchi Pendse
     
Math
Pratik Borikar
100
A1
10
Science
Pratik Borikar
97
A1
10
Social Science
Pratik Borikar
98
A1
10

Parents’ Speak

Pratibha and NilkanthPratibha and Nilkanth
(Parents of Mihir Sawant and Shraddha Sawant)

Congratulations to all the students for Commendable performance in Grade X examination 2015. We take this opportunity to thank entire team at GIIS, Chinchwad for contributing and shaping the personalities of our children Mihir and Shraddha. The 9 GEMs at GIIS have contributed enormously to our son’s development. It is not only academics but also the extra curricular activities offered at the school that has really enriched our son, specifically his leadership and team spirit which will definitely boost his confidence for becoming successful global citizen. We are sure, with valuable guidance of experienced and attentive teachers, GIIS students will attain many more heights and laurels in their life in years to come.

Prof. Savita RaoProf. Savita Rao
Mother of Deepika Aiyer

Now that the results are out and the initial euphoria and excitement subsided, it brought back the past one year in a flash of memory. All the rigorous tests and revisions, assignments, and the strict checking which sometimes brought tears... all seemed worth it! We thank the teachers and the school for taking every care to ensure that the children did their best. Right from providing the best teachers to giving all the guidance and emotional support, the students were prepared to face their first Board exams with confidence. And we are proud of and grateful to GIIS Chinchwad for giving Deepika the opportunity to score a perfect 10 CGPA!
Thank you all very much!

Mrs. and Mr. AgarwalMrs. and Mr. Agarwal
(Parents of Ronak Agarwal)

Firstly, Many Many Congratulations for the outstanding results for the First Batch of Class X! I can only be thankful to you & your entire team for being very patient with us & lending all your support for churning out the best from Ronak. This performance, I am sure will have boosted the confidence of all the students, some of which have shown tremendous potential, to take up the challenges ahead with vigour & courage! The grooming the students have undergone has been the strength of the School & I am sure the bench mark set will be bettered in the years to come! I wish you all the very best for the future!!
Happy Teaching!!

Students’ Speak

Anshul VermaAnshul Verma
Student Class XI

My journey through class X, in Global Indian International School, Chinchwad was remarkable. It was a year filled with challenges and aspirations. Throughout the journey I had a strong support system in the form of our principal, teachers and classmates. I was guided and shown the right path whenever I deterred. The school apart from academics also focused on a plethora of activities which helped me fortify my abilities and eliminate my weaknesses. This in turn brought out the best in me and provided me with immense confidence for my CBSE class X examinations and the life ahead.

Student Speak-Apoorva’s Journey to Success....

Apoorva VardhanApoorva Vardhan
Student Class XI

The Class X standard journey has been the most exciting and wonderful experience of my life. It is important to be very consistent with your studies throughout the year. Perseverance is important when you study. Intelligence without planning is like tree without leaves. Hard work is the key to success. It is 99% hard work that helped me achieve well in my board examination. Last minute studies never helped me. Very frankly I never stayed up late at night however did get up early to revise chapters before the examinations. The teachers were a great support system for me. They helped me in every way and were always willing to clear the doubts any time. They helped me put up with the pressure of board examination and encouraged me to go ahead. My parents never pressurized me but instead they assisted me in learning chapters and spent a great amount of time with me. I always believed that self study is very important. Therefore I kept enough time for self study. I would like to thank the school, teachers and my parents for always being by my side and helping me to taste sweet success.

Ms. Amrita VohraFrom the Principal’s Desk

Principal of GIIS Chinchwad Campus, Ms. Amrita Vohra, in her congratulatory message for the students said, “It feels great to be a part of this achievement. With 100% distinction, GIIS Chinchwad has set an excellent benchmark for the years to come! Our students have proved that the only thing that stands between them and their dreams is the will to try to make anything possible. We have overcome challenges and have proved beyond words that we are successfully different.” Ms. Vohra also extended congratulations to the team of dedicated teachers who had worked rigorously with the students and motivated them throughout the year.

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