Looking back with pride

Looking back with pride

Winners all

Looking back with pride

Kajal Jain
Siddaganga School, Chandra Layout


Having got wonderful results for all the hardwork put in, Kajal Jain is more than happy with her score of 10 CGPA.

She says, “I am very happy and I am really thankful to my parents for helping me. My father has always guided me and used to wake up early every morning to help me out. My school and tuition teachers have been a huge support.”

“I studied a little bit everyday and that was very helpful during my revision days,” she adds when asked about her preparation process.

G Raghav
CMR National Public School


Studying from day one, Raghav has proved consistency is key to success. Having scored a 10 in his results, he says, “I am happy with my score. I had the confidence in myself that I could do this.” Talking about the subjects he focussed most on, Raghav adds, “I was weak in Math and I made sure I practised the sums more and went regularly for tuition classes also.”

His parents are also very happy and say that they never pressurised their son to score so much but Raghav has made them proud.

Faraaz Khan
Ekya School, ITPL


Having balanced his studies and co-curricular activities, Faraaz has come out in flying colours. Overwhelmed with his marks, he says, “ I am grateful to everyone who has pushed me to study  and supported me till date”.

His father Farook is jubilant at his sons achievement and says, “My son has made me proud and I am happy that he has performed well. The discussions that we used to have at the dining table have paid off. It is important to motivate the kids”.

Anushruta Tripathi
National Public School, Indiranagar


Working hard and keeping a tab on every subject was the key to Anushruta’s successful performance. He says, “I pushed myself to study and made sure I covered everything. I never left out any part even when my friends told me to do so.”

He adds, “I started studying more from January. Hindi and Social Studies were my weak points but having worked hard on these two, it was easy for me on the day of the exam.”

His mother Nidhi says, “I made sure he was out to play for at least an hour everyday and encouraged him in his athletics and swimming. He took it cool and there was no pressure from anyone on him.”

Chinmay Haritas
NPS, Rajajinagar


A studious and organised boy, Chinmay is proud of having scored a 10 CGPA. He says,“I wasn’t expecting such a wonderful result. So this score has come as a blessing. I followed a time table and never went for any tuition classes. However, I wasn’t always studying and balanced my schedule with outdoor activities also.”

His mother, Vidya, is also very happy with her son’s performance. She says, “I was more particular about him learning the concepts properly rather than only scoring high marks.”

Neha Sharon Jacob
NPS, Koramangala


Neha Sharon Jacob is grateful to her school and teachers who helped her at every step to achieve this wonderful result. She knew that her dedication and hardwork would surely bear fruit. “I worked consistently throughout the academic year and not just a few months before the exam. Revising at regular intervals also helped me,” says Neha. She is planning to continue her further studies at NPS and has chosen science as her stream. Apart from pursuing a career in Life Sciences, she also wants to continue her passion for music and theatre.

“The pre-boards conducted in school helped her a lot. She was involved in different extra-curricular activities which was a blessing in disguise as it gave her a good break in between studies,” says her elated mother, Sinu Jacob.