KalimNews: Komal Agarwal of Nirmala Convent School, Siliguri stood first in the school scoring 96% while Yamini Agarwal  of the same school scored 95.2% and secured second position in her school. Yamini is daughter of Uttam and Sunita Agarwal of Siliguri.
Congratulation to both of them and the school.

Naksha S topped the school with 96.28 per cent. Aspiring to be an architect, she credits her parents and teachers for her success. “My dad was very encouraging and taught me not to get worked up during exams. I slogged through my study holidays,” she confided.
Deepa Jain came second with 95.28 per cent and Kruthika Manjunath third with 95.44 per cent.
Vinay B Biradar of New Cambridge High School with 92.7 per cent is the highest scorer of his school. “I was sure of scoring above 90 per cent marks but topping my school was a bonus,” he said. Vinay, who scored 100 in Computer Application says, “I did not employ any special technique to prepare for my exam, but being attentive in class paid off.” Medicine being his aim, PCMB stream will be his obvious choice in college.
Seventeen out of a class of 65 students of Presidency School, Nandini Layout, scored above 90 per cent marks and most others 60 per cent. Four students have secured centums in Computer Application and one student in Environmental Education. School Principal J Bhuvaneshwari said, “We are happy with the overall performance of our students.
The teachers and students have worked hard for it. The school’s average score is 83 per cent.” Mithun C is the topper of the school with 94 per cent. “Scoring above 90 per cent was my foregone conclusion but topping the school was not.” He is grateful for the constant support of his parents and teachers, which helped him focus on the exam. His ambition – to be a Mechanical Engineer.