The overall performance of students this year is better than last year, said city-based school principals.
MUMBAI: The results of the International Baccalau-reate Diploma Programme (IBDP) held in the month of May were declared on Friday. Mumbai students did well in the examination, which is equivalent to the class 12 board exams, with Sanjana Jobalia, a student from the Jamnabai Narsee IB school scoring a perfect score of 45 points out of 45.
“I did not expect this score and this is making me so much happy! I would absolutely thank my school for conducting repeated test examinations which prepared me for the main exams,” Sanjana (18) said, who has secured admission in a US-based University for Cognitive Neuroscience plus Business. The overall performance of students this year is better than last year, said city-based school principals.
Ansh Godha from the same school, secured second position with 44 points. Ms. Jasmine Madhani, head of the school said, “The students have contributed to the with their talent in every aspect of their school life with us and with this diploma awarded to them they will excel in future too.” Elza Eldo, IBDP coordinator at Garodia International, Ghatkopar, feels the results have improved compared to last year, as students have got better scores. “Getting a 7 point (subject-wise) is not that easy but several students have managed to score it and we have got 100 per cent results this year too,” Ms. Elza said.
SVKM J.V. Parekh International School, Vile Parle, saw Aayush Gala as the topper who scored 41 points and have got 100 per cent placement for all the diploma students. “We have achieved 100 per cent placement out of which 80 per cent have been placed in the world’s top universities. 65 per cent of our students have secured 30 points (out of 45) and above. 70 per cent of the students’ subjectwise scores are between 5 and 7 grade points,” said Dr. Swaminathan, principal of the school.