Dear Associates and Friends,
It is with immense joy, that I announce our exceptional results at the Class 12 CBSE examinations conducted in March, 2011. GIIS Class 12 students have created history with outstanding performances delivering what is possibly amongst the best outcome in SE Asia in the 2011 Class 12 exams and outshining, or at par with some of the best school results in India.
The GIIS team of students and teachers have shown their exemplary abilities by surpassing all expectations.
The top scorers for the school are Shruti Janardhanan who scored an impressive 98% followed by Shubhankar Sohoni with 97.4 %
The highlights of the CBSE Class 12 results are as follows:
The excellent results provide the testimony to the exemplary academic standards at GIIS. Through out the year, our teachers consistently went beyond the call of their duty to ensure that students’ enquiries related to any clarifications or their specific doubts were individually addressed. This speaks volumes about the commitment of our teaching faculty.
Academic rigour and excellence is the cornerstone of the GIIS philosophy and is achieved in several ways, including
Let me share with you the personal thoughts of some of my academic colleagues…
K P Sheeja, Senior English Teacher, Coordinator, Class 9-10
Shefalika Kumar Chitkara, Senior Secondary Economics teacher
S Vasudevamurthy, Chemistry teacher, Senior Secondary
S Sundaramurthi, Coordinator, Senior Secondary, CBSE
In all the other subjects, our worksheets which included the HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills), extra classes on Saturdays as well during the vacation in December 2010, special revision classes in January 2011 as well as grouping the students ability wise helped them to be thorough with each subject and produce such an excellent achievement. Most importantly our team of teachers and students were committed to their work.”
The results at a glance:
The GIIS Board and Management congratulates all our students on their exceptional achievement. Behind these excellent results, there is a tremendous amount of hard work, commitment and dedication from students, their families and teachers.
As I end this note, I remember what Alvin Price said- “Parents need to fill a child’s bucket of self-esteem so high that the rest of the world can’t poke enough holes to drain it dry.”