The students of Indian Learners Own Academy has once again proved its motto ‘Dare to Dream and Strive for Excellence’, by bringing laurels to their Alma Mater with their stupendous performance in the Class X CBSE (International) March 2015 result declared recently by the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE), Delhi. With an impressive 100% pass percentage, ILOA students have once again brought boundless joy to the school.
Being the second batch of Class X, out of 12 students, 3 students has scored the perfect GPA (10 points), with A1 grades in all the subjects. They are MAHA IMTIAZ KHOT, MERIN BENNY MALIYECKEL and POOJA RAJAN. Five students of the batch scored GPA from 9 to 9.9. It is praiseworthy to note that 67% percent of the students have scored GPA 9 and above.
The students have achieved such marvelous results thus bringing the school to greater heights of honor and glory. The brain behind this success story, the leader who led boldly from the front, the mentor the guide and the motivator of teachers and students alike, is the charismatic figure of the Principal, Mrs. Asha Sharma. An educationist par excellence Mrs. Sharma has proved yet again that meticulous planning, its implementation and exemplary devotion to duty remains the only way to leave footprints on the sands time.
The amazing result reflects the perseverance, tenacity and hard work of the students and the faculty with the unstinted support of the management. Highly competent faculty and excellent infrastructure facilities coupled with remedial classes for under-achievers and special attention to the bright students has made this success possible. The Management, Staff and students of ILOA extends their heartiest congratulations to the achievers and their parents.
Highlights of the Result
English – 35% of the students secured Al Grade Hindi – 38% of the students secured Al Grade
French – 25% of the students secured Al Grade Mathematics – 35% of the students secured Al Grade
Science – 35% of the students secured Al Grade
Social Science – 35% of the students secured Al Grade