Abu Dhabi: A shining success story for schools in the Gulf at the SSLC exam. 561 of the 571 applicants who took the exam at 9 centres qualified for higher education. Four schools were successful in achieving 100 percent. The pass rate was 98.24. Five schools lost 100 percent of their success due to headaches. New Indian Model School Dubai and Sharjah, New Indian Model School Sharjah, The English Private School Umm Al Quwain, New Indian School, and New Indian School were some of the 100 winners. All 119 candidates who took the New Indian Model School Dubai exam passed. 22 students received A+ in all subjects. Farha Akbar and Aubasima Kodambi were among the 22 students who scored A+ in all subjects.
All 31 candidates who took the New Indian Model School exam in Sharjah were eligible for higher education. Eight out of 31 students received A+ in all subjects, which is the highest percentage in the UAE. Aisha Ismail, Hana Fatima, Haya Shamsuddin, Layal Yusuf, Minha Jishad, Muhsina Fatima, Nayana Puthuvadathil and Sana Abdul Aziz scored A + in all subjects. All 38 students who took the exam at The English Private school in Umm al-Quwain were eligible for higher education. Janet Mary Abraham and Jagan Ram Joy, as well as Aishwarya Pulaikodi, received A+ in all subjects.
All 55 candidates who took part in the Umm Al Quwain New Indian Schools examination were qualified to study at higher education. Devika Rajeev, Fatima Fida, Fatimathul Rista, Nuslin Pookunnath, Anagha Anilkumar, Angel Antony, Fatima Dilsha, Hamna Aziz, Jasmine Maria, Jasal Ann Jose, Ridhi Krishnan, Abhay Shaji Prajila and Ashwin Raj have all subjects. 22 of the 23 students who took the Al Ain New Indian Model School exam were qualified to pursue higher education. Covid prevented a student from taking an exam. Mariam Yunus and Mehreen Abdul Kareem have an A+ in all subjects.
45 of the 46 students who took part in the New Indian School exam in Ras Al Khaimah were qualified to study at higher education. Fatima Khairunnisa is an excellent student in all subjects.
From the 136 applicants who took part in The Model School’s exam, only 134 were qualified to study at higher education. 34 of these candidates received A+ in all subjects. Amna Asia Zubair, KS Ananya Suresh, Aisha Nasrin, KP Fatima, Fatima Riya, Fida Fatima, Hasha Fatima, Jennifer Jojo, Jumana Jabeen, Kalyani Sheeba Manojkumar, Lia Rafeeq, Minha Fatima Abdulhameed, M.A. Najha Fatima, t. Nida Fatima, Nor Sita bint Jamshi, Rafa Sultana Rashid, Shahad Maryam, Siana Basheer, Wafa Qasim, Hamna Farhat Ahmad Abdullah Ruwayya, Hannah Elsa Prince, Sneha Mary Vinod, Abdul Qadir Abdullah, Ahmad Ashraf, P. Aiman, Angelo Biju, Atif Anas, Mohammad Ihsan, Mohammad Jasim, Mohammad Salih Mohammad Ali, KK Mohammad Shanad, PV Mohammad Shamil, Mohammad Zakaria and Nihal Valappil received full A +.
55 of the 57 applicants who took part in the Dubai Gulf Model School exam were qualified to study at higher education. All subjects are covered by Aisha Naurin and Rihanna Baiju, Fatima Faiza, Nabila Noor, Rihanna Baju, and Rihanna Baiju. Of the 66 students who took part in the Fujairah Indian Schools exam, only 62 were qualified to study at higher education. Covid prevented one student from taking the exam. Axa Anian and Annette Elsa Joshi, Anushreekakkad, Arshavenu, Mehra Siddique Ahmad, Salma Puheedikkal, Shreyaraj, Hana Fatima. Devang Shaji, Alan Varghese. Muhammad Abir bin Aziz Nayon. All have Saif.