The International Baccalaureate (IB) declared the outcomes for its diploma programme (Class 12 equal) on Sunday night. Several college students from town obtained close to excellent scores within the exams this yr with a lot of college students scoring 40 factors and above out of the entire 45 factors.
The common rating at Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Bandra-Kurla Complex was recorded at 39.1 factors with four college students from the varsity — Niharika Ghoshal, Ishita Gupta, Aman Ladia and Maya Singapuri — rising as world toppers with an ideal rating of 45 factors.
At Jamnabai Narsee International School in Vile Parle, 12 of the 99 college students, who had appeared for the examination, scored over 40 factors. Neeha Gupta topped the varsity with 43 factors. “During this extraordinary pandemic, the result is a testimony of students’ consistent performance over the two years, teachers’ commitment and parents’ support,” mentioned Jasmine Madhani, head of the varsity.
Owing to the Covid-19 world pandemic, IB this yr cancelled its written exams scheduled for May and evaluated college students on the idea of scores in inner assessments that have been submitted to the board from the respective colleges, earlier examination periods, particular person faculty information and topic information.
At the SVKM JV Parekh International School in Vile Parle, of the 35 college students registered for the diploma, 6 college students secured 37 factors and extra. School toppers Mukti Bari and Ayati Kele secured 40 factors. “Our school’s subject-wise averages have improved substantially compared to previous years. We have also achieved 100% placement of students in top international universities like University of British Columbia, Kings College London, etc,” mentioned Dr G Swaminathan, principal of the varsity.