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“Congratulations to all students and their parents,”: Ayyaswamy.

Most schools in Goa affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations recorded 100% pass percentage at the Class X (ICSE) and Class XII (ISC) examinations 2020, the results of which were declared on Friday.

Aman Singh scored the highest pass percentage of 98.5%, while Sanskruti Saxena was close behind, scoring 98.3%. Anmol Bhat attained 98.2%. For ISC, too, Sharada Mandir School saw 100% pass percentage, with 94 students having appeared for the exam. While 34 students appeared under the science stream, 32 appeared in the humanities stream and 28 in commerce.

Meanwhile, the principal of Margao’s Manovikas School, Julliet Ayyaswamy, said that for the ICSE, 105 students appeared from the school, and the institute saw all students clearing the exam.

The school had 83 students attain distinction, with 29 students scoring above 90%. While 19 students got a first class, three got a second class. Vini Vikrant Desai topped the school at the Class X exam scoring 97.4%. Purnanand alias Mohak Mondaar Audi with 97.2% and Tamanna Vishnudas Naik Parsekar with 95% were the other top scorers.

“Congratulations to all the students and their parents,” said Ayyaswamy.
St Andrew’s School ICSE is the only ICSE-affiliated school in Vasco, headed by Fr. Gabriel Coutinho, the parish priest of St Andrew’s Church. “This year, the school has achieved a hattrick, having persistently achieved 100% pass results ever since the school sent its first batch of students to answer the Class X exam in 2018. This year, the school saw 14 students answering the exam. The highest scorer was Britney Helina Ferrao, with 88.60%,” said Coutinho.