First Batch Of SAI International Residential School Excel In CBSE 10th Exam
Bhubaneswar: SAI International Residential School (SIRS) has set a benchmark as the first batch of students proved their academic brilliance in the CBSE Class X Board examinations 2020. Manvi Agarwal and Shradha Agrawal became joint toppers of the school with an outstanding 96.8%, followed by Pulak Jain, who secured the second place with 96.6% and Ritik Kumar Patra with a score of 95.8% bagged the 3rd position.
Students, teachers, staff of SIRS along with Founder and Mentor SAI International Dr Bijaya Kumar Sahoo, Vice Chairperson Dr Silpi Sahoo and Headmaster Amitabh Agnihotri congratulated the students. 100% students secured first division, 89% of students got more than 75% marks and 51% of students above 90%, taking the school average to 87%.
Dr Sahoo said, “I am extremely happy with the performance of each of my students, who have worked really hard to raise their own bar of excellence. I thank all the teachers for their sincerity and all the parents for having reposed their faith in SIRS.”
SIRS students are guided by 7-principles which motivate them to be lifelong learners, self-disciplined, responsible, self-confident, thought leaders, persuaders of social welfare, humble and compassionate citizens. Each student is personally mentored to scale-up knowledge, talent and interest.
The fully residential school offers great scope for creativity, intellectual-growth, academic-excellence, artistic-expression and achievements in sports. Interactive and engaging classroom activities through well-articulated and planned pedagogy, open communication with teachers, peer learning along with personalized teaching provides students with a great learning experience.
SIRS is a CBSE affiliated co-educational School with futuristic infrastructure and a dedicated team of highly qualified and competent teachers. It is a Global Gurukul with a strong International Character where students gain the advantages of diverse learning processes deeply rooted in Indian values.