Monday, May 24, 2010

Janvi Thoshani---all-India ICSE topper

For the third year in a row, Mumbai has produced the all-India topper at the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE). Janvi Thoshani, a student of Lilavatibai Podar School, Santacruz, scored 98.80% (English plus best of four subjects), making it a hattrick for Mumbai. Last year, Mumbai student Rishi Mehta topped the board with 98.2 per cent. Her score — she got 100 marks in four out of seven subjects — is the board’s highest ever. Thosani is planning to study chartered accountancy.

1 comment:

Preeta said...

Is there any accurate way of publishing the ICSE results........i mean while calculating the results the aggregate is to be taken into account and not just the marks obtained in English and best four subjects......this is unfair and students from big cities and reputed schools get advantage from this while we who struggle hard even for a single mark are nowhere in the newspapers or media even after scoring 98%(English and best four subjects)