Lucknow: The VIBGYOR Group of Schools, Lucknow has once again proven its position as one of the best-performing schools, with stellar results and a record 100% pass percentage in this year’s Class 10 examinations conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in February- March 2020, the results of which were declared today. The performance of the students is testament to the strength of the school’s unique approach to pedagogy and learning, particularly in a year when education in India faced a unique and complex set of challenges.
31 students appeared for their Class 10 board examinations from VIBGYOR School this year. Nandini Sanyal, topped the school with 94.2% marks.
Congratulating the students on their outstanding performance, Ms. Kavita Sahay Kerawalla, Vice Chairperson, VIBGYOR Group of Schools, said, “We are proud of our students, who have consistently delivered exceptional results in the CBSE Class 10 board examinations year after year. Their hard work is matched by the commitment of our faculty to the holistic development of students, which prepares them for a challenging career and helps them succeed in all aspects of their lives after school. At VIBGYOR, we believe in providing high-quality education to students through experiential learning to help them achieve their full potential.”
The advanced blended learning approach followed by the VIBGYOR Group of Schools, designed to facilitate the 360-degree personal and professional development of students, has proved to be the key for keeping learning on track for VIBGYOR students, in a year that has tested students and educators alike, in their bid to preserve learning momentum and quality despite the severe disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nandini Sanyal, school topper in this year’s Board examination, said, “I have been studying hard throughout the year, and was extremely hopeful of performing well in the board exams. I am very happy that all my hard work has paid off. I am grateful to my family and teachers, for their constant support and encouragement, due to which I have been able to keep my focus on studies and create a balance with co-curricular activities and personal downtime.”