ib Results 2020: Students from Pune City are characterized by IB class X exams
Pune: Municipal schools recorded a 100% percentage of Class X results from the International Baccalaureate (IB) Board exams, the results of which were announced on Sunday. Four students, who obtained 98.22% from the city, were from Victorious Kidss Educares (VKE). Out of 73 students who appeared for the VKE exam, all students completed the exams with a first department. According to a statement made by the school, 21 students scored more than 50 out of 56 points (over 92.22%).

Tanishka Shah, Anaya Nipane, Piyush Kolhe and Jiana Kambo achieved 98.22%. Other high score students were six, each achieving 54 points (96.5%). Three students with 53 (94.7%) points, four students with 52 (92.9%). Shah said: “Our Class X program is a learning framework that emphasizes the intellectual challenge and is designed to improve our future student readiness. It encourages us to make practical connections between studying and real life and to prepare for success in further studies and in life. ”

The president of the school, Robbin Ghosh, said: “These powerful students showed power from within even though they had no personal contact (F2F) in the three most important months before the final assessment.” Headmistress Saarada Ghosh said: “Class X is a learning framework that emphasizes the intellectual challenge and is designed to improve students’ future readiness. It encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and real life in the outside world and to them on the To prepare success in further study and life We would like to congratulate all members of the class from 2019-20 and their teachers for their excellent achievements in the IB MYP (10 standard) results. It requires the common effort, commitment and perseverance of all to achieve such outstanding results that are far above the global average. We are very proud of their success in the MYP. ”

Victorious Kidss Educares was authorized to conduct the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program in 2010. Since then we have followed the program and its unique pedagogy authentically, which has resulted in students completing their Standard 10 with laurels.

Regarding the senior class, MYP leader, Ms. Jaya said: “It was a privilege to see how each of these students has developed both personally and academically in recent years. Today we have a cohort of friendly, confident, talented, global-minded and ethically sound international leaders, each of whom is confident that they will lead their chosen careers and will deliver outstanding performance. Despite the uncertainty around the world and the ever-increasing obstacles they have faced in recent months, the results of their resilience and hard work are clear today. We wish you the best of luck and success in your future endeavors. ”

MYP coordinator Vishwajeet said: “It is important to deliberately offer challenges to young students, knowing that some of the challenges will be daunting. Exposing to challenges in a safe, properly reflective environment can lead to confidence and resilience, which can be transformative. ”


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