MES Grade XII results
July 30 2021 10:27 PM
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A total of 513 students registered for the examination.
A total of 513 students registered for the examination.

MES Indian School produced outstanding results in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Grade XII, Examination 2021.
A total of 513 students registered for the examination.
In the Science stream, Gayana Sam Santhakumar emerged as the school topper with 98.2 % followed by Arup Biswas and Hanna Mariam Roji with 97.8 % in the second position and Sooraj Suresh Babu, Aleena Fayaz and Hafsa Naeem Chohan in the third position with 97.2%.
In the Commerce stream, Chandini Sagar secured first position with 94.2% followed by Mohd Ali Irshad Baqri, Disha Dinesh Nayak, Vazhapilath Swetha Prasad and Zohra Mahwish in the second position with 94% and Alima Noor with 93.6 % in the third position.
In the Humanities stream, Farah Shameer topped the school with 94% marks. Sana Thadakkattil secured the second position with 90.8% and Nidhi Niravbhai Bhatt with 88.2% in the third position.
A total of 33 students secured A1 in all five subjects. They are Arup Biswas, Derik Saldanha, Jayasankar Kumar Santhirani, Melvin, Punit Pande, Sooraj Suresh Babu, Aaleena Fayaz, Ameena Fathima, Amreen, Anushka Sumesh, Athulya Shaji, Bijitha Binu, Fathima Hiba Muhammed Bashe, Fatima Ajaz, Gayana Sam Santhakumar, Gayathri Sivakumar, Hafsa Naeem Chohan, Haneen Magdy Abdullah Taha, Hanna Mariam Roji, Heba Mariam Roji, Lubna Haroon, Malavika Kaimal, Nandini Rajagopalan, Nausheen Panali, Nawal Aboobakker, Neha Karakkattu, Nihan Kadar, Niya Nilofar, Risha Abdul Rasheed, Ruzna Ashraf, Sayana Shoukath, Shehna Shajahan and V Soundharya.
The school principal, Hameeda Kadar congratulated the students for their remarkable achievements. “We attribute the success chiefly to the diligence and perseverance of our students and the constant guidance and timely assistance from heads of sections and committed teachers. It shows commitment and sincerity on the part of everyone involved in the academic process”, she remarked besides expressing gratitude to the parent community for their constant support and encouragement, which enabled the students to scale greater heights in their pursuit of excellence. The principal also thanked Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Ministry of Public Health, Embassy of India and school management for their timely support and guidance during this pandemic situation.    



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