Pune: As the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) released the Maharashtra SSC or Std 10 result of 2018, the students of Vidya Pratishthan’s Someshwar English Medium School (VPSEMS), St Joseph High School, Pashan, and SPM English School students have kept the tradition of 100 per cent result.
122 students appeared for SSC exam from St Joseph High School, Pashan, and 107 out of these have attained distinction in the board exam. Moreover, 50 students have secured above 90 per cent in the exam. Mahika Joshi, who scored 98 per cent, secured the first position in the SSC exam while Rhea Pai, who scored 98 per cent and Parima Gandhi with 97 per cent, secured second and third position respectively.
The noteworthy thing of VPSEMS is that more than 85 per cent of the students have passed with distinction in the board examination, specially the girls in the batch have set a record with highest score and ranks in the school. Radha Sachin Sorate is the topper of the batch of 2018, who scored 94.60 per cent and secured the first rank in the school.
The second ranker of the school is Mitali Manojkumar Shrivastav, who scored 94.20 per cent, and the third ranker is Sonali Navnath Karche, who scored 93.60 per cent marks in SSC exam. The school principal of VPSEMS, Sachin Pathak, congratulated all the successful students and the teachers, gave the students the best wishes for their further education and guided them for further admission process.
In SPM English Secondary School, out of 102 students that appeared for the SSC exam, 92 students achieved distinction, with 34
having scored more than 90 per cent. Sharvari Panse is the school topper and cracked the SSC exam with a score of 99.20 per cent. The second rank was shared by Samruddhi Kamthe, Isha Patwardhan and Preeta Purandare with 98.80 per cent. Ankita Patwardhan stood third with 98.60 per cent.
The efforts and hard work of the students, the support of the parents along with the guidance of the teachers have helped the students to achieve such staggering scores in the SSC examinations.