Muscat: Indian School Muladha shined yet again as its students wrote yet another chapter of success in the All India Secondary School Examination 2013-14, recording 100 per cent pass out results.
Of the 120 students who appeared for the examination, 17 secured 'A1' grade in all the subjects with a perfect Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) 10, making it one of the best schools in the Sultanate of Oman.
Overall, 53 students scored 90 per cent and above and 85 students scored 75 per cent and above.
The outstanding achievers who excelled with 'A1' grade in all the subjects are: Amal K. Naseer, Faiz Alam, Hinal Mukesh kumar Udeshi, Sanju Joseph Abraham, Shardul Vinod Silswal, Sobinson Sony, Umair Asif, Aloshys Alby, Azeela Ibtisam, Baby Akter, Binte Marium Naqwi, Hasna Hasan, Merin Susan Jacob, Neelima Vinod, Ryan Raju Varghese, Shilpa Raju, and Sumiya Akter.
The performance of the students is manifested in 85 distinctions and 32 first class scores that they bagged. Among these were English 32 'A1' and 32 'A2', Science 32 'A1' and 22 'A2', Mathematics 28 'A1' and 20 'A2', Social Science 30 'A1' and 28 'A2', thus proving their abilities. In the second language Malayalam, Hindi and Arabic, 62 students secured 'Al' out of 120 students appearing for the exam.
The President of the School Management Committee, Dr Kazi Arshad Jafar, the Convener and Academic Sub-Committee Chairman Dr M. Madhusudhanan, Treasurer Siddique Hassan, the members Felix Vincent Gabriel, M. T. Mustafa, and Sundaram Millar congratulated Principal S. I. Shareef, Vice-Principal V. S. Suresh and his team of teachers for their sincere and dedicated work.
The SMC appreciated the teaching faculties for transforming their hard work and resolute efforts into this big achievement on par with the capital schools in the Sultanate of Oman.
Principal Shareef expressed his gratitude towards the students for their perseverance and appreciated the parents for their unstinted support.