Bhavan’s Ashti branch student Yash Kale emerges city topper in AISSE after revaluation

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 09 Sep 2018 09:51:38


 

Staff Reporter,

Yash Kale, a student of Bhavan’s B P Vidya Mandir, Ashti, has emerged the city topper in AISSE-2018 conducted by Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE), after applying for rechecking and revaluation for English Communicative subject for Std X. He had earlier scored 94 marks out of 100, with an aggregate score of 491/500, that is, 98.2 per cent. He was confident regarding his performance in English. Under the able guidance of Vandana Bisen, Principal, who guided and motivated him to apply for reassessment of his English Communicative subject answersheet, he applied for the same. English teacher Hiba Quazi, who had been monitoring Yash Kale’s performance in English throughout the session, also was confident of increase in marks in English after reassessment and motivated the student to go ahead with the process.


Consequently, the total score for the subject has gone up to 97 marks taking the aggregate to 494/500 with 98.8 per cent, propelling Yash Kale to the position of the first city topper in AISSE-2018. Yash and his parents give the credit of his success to his school and Vandana Bisen and her team of dedicated teachers, who boosted his morale and helped him climb the ladder to the top position.  Yash thanked the conducive environment of the school and the role it played in shaping this outstanding achievement.
Yash believes in focus and perseverance of the highest order and has proved that no success can be attained without the magical combination of the right educator and a bright learner.

 

It is indeed a big day for me: Yash Kale

Staff Reporter

“It is indeed a big day for me. I want to thank my parents and teachers who encouraged me to perform well and surpass my limits,” said Yash Kale, a student of Bhavan’s B P Vidya Mandir, Ashti, on Saturday.
Yash has a reason to say so. He has emerged as city topper in AISSE-2018 with 98.8 per cent marks after revaluation. When the result was declared on May 29, he had scored 94 marks out of 100 in English. After revaluation, his total has gone up to 97 marks. Previously, he was at third spot. Now, he has become the city topper. Yash told ‘The Hitavada’ that hard work, regular study, and self-confidence helped him. Instead of joining any coaching class, he preferred to follow NCERT books and regular school study.  Yash scored 494 marks out of 500. He scored full marks in Social Studies, 99 each in Mathematics, Science and Sanskrit, and 97 in English.
Yash wants to do engineering from IIT-Bombay. His father Vijay Kale is a Government Pharmacist in Nagpur Central Prison and mother Shilpa Kale is a home-maker.