5 students in New Delhi are Top in World in Cambridge Examinations 2016-17

New Delhi, 22 November, 2017: Twenty six students in India have received ‘Top in the World’ awards from Cambridge Assessment International Education for their exceptional performance in Cambridge exams in the academic year 2016-17.

The awards recognise students who have achieved the highest mark in the world in a Cambridge IGCSE or Cambridge International AS & A Level subject in the November 2016, March 2017 and June 2017 Cambridge exam series.

After Mumbai, New Delhi witnessed the maximum number of Top in World with five students in Cambridge examinations this year.

In total, one hundred and sixty students in India have received Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards in 2016-17. Eighty-eight students received ‘Top in Country’ awards for gaining the highest marks in the country for a single Cambridge IGCSE or Cambridge International AS & A Level subject. Fifty one students were also recognised for high achievement in a subject, and for best performance across a set number of Cambridge subjects.

The Top in World and Top in Country students from schools across the country will be recognised for their impressive academic achievements at a Cambridge Outstanding Learner Awards ceremony early next year. The toppers in Best Across and High Achievement categories will be honored with Cambridge Outstanding Cambridge Learner certificates.

Ruchira Ghosh, Regional Director South Asia, Cambridge International, said: ““We are delighted to see students across India showcase their passion for learning and accomplish their goals. These exceptional results in the Cambridge examinations would not have been attainable without the relentless efforts and commitment of teachers and the support from families of these students Congratulations to all the students and we wish them all the luck for their future endeavours.”

There has been a substantial and evident increase in the popularity of Cambridge qualifications in India and around the world. Over 400 schools in India offer the Cambridge programs and qualifications and the number is growing each year.

The New Delhi students who were awarded Top in World by Cambridge Assessment International Education are:

NAME SCHOOL NAME IGCSE/AS LEVEL/A LEVEL SUBJECT SERIES
Priyadeep Dasmunshi DPS International, Saket International A Level History Nov 2016
Yash Bhatkar Alliance World School International AS Level Mathematics Nov 2016
Niharika Gupta DPS International, Saket International AS Level Mathematics March 2017
Tushhar Saha DPS International, Saket International AS Level Mathematics March 2017
Lily Suzuki The British School, New Delhi IGCSE International Mathematics June 2017

The New Delhi students who were awarded Top in Country by Cambridge Assessment International Education are:

NAME SCHOOL NAME IGCSE/AS LEVEL/A LEVEL SUBJECT SERIES
Suraj Jain DPS International, Saket International AS Level Accounting Nov 2016
Rudraksh Shankaran DPS International, Saket International AS Level Chemistry Nov 2016
Navika Pruthi DPS International, Saket IGCSE First Language English (Oral Endorsement) Nov 2016
Inaya Vittoria Khan Step by Step School IGCSE Foreign Language French Nov 2016
Gautam Goyal DPS International, Saket International A Level Economics March 2017
Gautam Goyal DPS International, Saket International A Level Physics March 2017
Joshua Nevin Chandrasekar Alliance World School International AS Level Global Perspectives & Research June 2017
Vardaan Taneja DPS International, Saket IGCSE Computer Science March 2017
Ishan Juneja The Shri Ram School IGCSE Foreign Language French March 2017

The New Delhi students who were awarded High Achievement by Cambridge Assessment International Education are:

NAME SCHOOL NAME IGCSE/AS LEVEL/A LEVEL SUBJECT SERIES
Ankita Aggarwal DPS International, Saket International A Level Geography Nov 2016
Gurmehar Kaur Somal DPS International, Saket International AS Level History Nov 2016
Advay Mansingka The Shri Ram School IGCSE Design & Technology Nov 2016
Aashna Kaura Bali The British School, New Delhi IGCSE Religious Studies Nov 2016
Lily Suzuki The British School, New Delhi IGCSE First Language Japanese Jun-17

The New Delhi students who were awarded Best Across by Cambridge Assessment International Education are:

NAME SCHOOL NAME IGCSE/AS LEVEL/A LEVEL SUBJECT SERIES
Gautam Goyal DPS International, Saket International A Level Combined
Vaishnavi Gupta DPS International, Saket IGCSE Combined

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