8 students of AMNS International School Grade X CBSE scores 100/100 in Sanskrit

With a brilliant 100 % result for the school, Asmita Amte topped the school by scoring 97.8 %


Hazira/Surat: AMNS International School in the ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel India (AM/NS India) township in Hazira-Surat achieved a perfect 100 percent result on the CBSE Grade X examination this year. Eight of the school’s pupils have shown their brilliance by achieving a perfect score (100 out of 100)  in a challenging subject like Sanskrit.

All 92 of AMNS International School’s students who took tests were successful, marking a perfect score for the school. Asmita Amte got the highest grade of 97.8 percent, followed by Jainam Panchal (97.0%) and Udayan Sastri (96.6%). It is noteworthy that although 36 students opted for the Sanskrit course, only 8 of them (Asmita Amte, Jainam Panchal, Udayan Shastri, Divyanshu Rai, Shambhavi Srivatsava, Arnav Mangoli, Khushboo Yadav, and Ayushi Ranjan) received perfect scores of 100. Other than that one kid, who got a perfect 100 in both English and Social Science, got a 99. Both Mathematics and Hindi attained a perfect score of 98.

“Our students have continued the glorious tradition of performing exceptionally well in the CBSE board exams. I congratulate all of them for their excellent results and wish them all the very best for their future studies. I also congratulate all the teachers for their hard work and efforts that have made the incredible results possible,” said Sunita Matoo, Principal, AMNS International School.

It is remarkable that more than 80% of the students have scored 80% or higher marks in the exams. Almost 12% of students scored between 70 and 80%, while the remaining 7% scored above 60%.