Stellar performance of Green Valley National School continues, shine with cent percent results in ICSE exams

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Quazi | Published on 11th July 2020, 8:14 AM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Shiroor: The trend of achieving cent percent results with stellar performances continue by the students of the Green Valley National School and PU College, Shiroor , as the institution has once again scored 100% results, making it for the 15th consecutive year in ICSE Grade X examinations 2020, taking the school performance to a higher level.


Out of 64 students, all the students have achieved First Class results. 20 students scored have 90% and above and 33 students secured High Distinction (85% and above). All students appeared for the exams have secured High First Class.


Sharmada is the topper scoring 484 (96.8%), while Akshita Rani M Shetty scored 482 (96.4%) and Altamash 482 (96.4%) are the second toppers. Srajan S, who scored 477 (95.4%) stands third topper.


While continuing the tradition of excellence and 100% First Class Results, students have secured an all-time record in high First Classes and Distinctions.

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