NH Goel World School students prove their mettle

In the Class 12th and 10th Board Exams

Central Chronicle News

Raipur, May 12: A total of 154 appeared for the exam and have brought laurels to the school once again for the 11thconsecutive year in a row in the CBSE Board Examination (2022-23), N.H.Goel World School students keeping the long tradition of giving superlative results.

38 students secured 90% and above, 51 students scored between 80-90% and the rest of the students secured marks between 70-80%

The best results were achieved by students of the Humanities Stream with Ramya Modi securing 96.5% with two perfect score of 100 in 1 subject (Psychology), Alind Kesherwani secured 95.75% and Vaibhavi Dwiwedi secured 94.75%.

In the Commerce stream twin sisters Sneha Agrawal and Shruti Agrawal topped with 96.25% and 96% respectively. Tanvi Agrawal secured 95.5% and Oorja Jain secured 94.5%. Vedansh Agrawal scored 100 in Economics.

The Science Stream Topper was Aadya Gupta who secured 92.75%, followed by Akshat Agrawal who secured 90.25% and Swetansh Pandey with 89.5%.

The School Management appreciated the teachers & students for their unstinting efforts and outstanding achievement in these difficult times and wished them luck for their future endeavours.



33 students secure 90% and above in CBSE Class 10th  exam

Raipur, May 12: The students of N.H. Goel World school have made the school proud by securing 100% result in AISCE (10th) – 2022-23 for the thirteenth consecutive year.

Out of 104 students who appeared for the exam, 33 students scored 90% and above; 38 scored between 80-90%..All the other students secured marks between 70%- 80%

The toppers being: Avi Gupta 96.4%, Siya Jain 96.2%, Hiloni Kothari 95.8%, Vaibhav Agrawal 95.4%, Hridey Kumar Chauhan 95.2%, Samarth Jhabak 95%. Siya Jain scored 100% in English, Vaibhav Agrawal scored 100% in Science &Abhinav Agrawal scored 100% in Sanskrit

The School Management appreciated the teachers and students for their unstinted efforts and outstanding achievement and wished the students luck, for their future endeavours.

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