363 VidyaGyan students graduate with an average score of 87%, 32 score 100 marks in various subjects

363 VidyaGyan students graduate with an average score of 87%, 32 score 100 marks in various subjects
Abhay Anand | Jul 31, 2018 - 6:03 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JULY 31: VidyaGyan schools run by the Shiv Nadar foundation for economically underprivileged, meritorious students from rural Uttar Pradesh recently celebrated the graduation ceremony of its 2018 batch. A total of 363 students graduated from the school this year after appearing for their CBSE Class XII board exams.

The School registered an average score of 87% with 36% students scoring above 90%. Sudeeksha Bhati, the school topper who scored 98% in Humanities, also emerged as the district topper in Bulandshahr.

The VidyaGyan students have secured admission in prestigious Indian and International institutions. Four student secured admissions in leading US universities on full scholarship. These include Babson College, Bryn Mawr, University of Rochester, and Haverford College.

In India, students have secured admissions in institutions like Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), National Institute of Technology (NIT), National Defence Academy (NDA), National Institute of fashion Technology (NIFT) and some of the best colleges of University of Delhi including Shri Ram College of Commerce, Lady Shri Ram College, Kirori Mal College and Gargi College among others. Several other students have also secured admissions in other reputed institutions like the Banaras Hindu University, Lucknow University, Christ University and Aligarh Muslim University among others.

Speaking at the occasion, Roshni Nadar Malhotra, Chairperson VidyaGyan and Trustee, Shiv Nadar Foundation said, “What the students have achieved is not just good grades and a college seat. They have managed to defy all odds of their economic and societal disadvantage to prove that, given the right educational environment, every child has the potential to become a star. They have set the bar high and I hope that every year our students will redefine this standard for bigger successes. The journey of these students will not only transform their lives and the lives of their families but also encourage more students and their families to invest in education for a better future.”


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