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SelaQui International School shines in CBSE Board exams

Students of SelaQui International School created a new School record in the class 12th CBSE exams that were declared on Saturday. The batch of 2017-18 improved on the school record by 4%. Lipi Koyu of humanities stream not only topped the school but also created a new school record by scoring 97%. The results of humanities stream aggregated an average of 89.2%. More than 85% of 61 students who appeared scored above 80% and 13 students scored above 90%.  Lipi Koyu, the school topper credited the hard work of faculty, academic process and trust of her parents for her achievements. Speaking to the press, she expressed her desire to join the prestigious St. Stephen’s College. Headmaster, Mr. Rashid Sharfuddin informed the press that the myth of Boarding Schools not doing well in academics has been shattered. One has to only look around at academic achievements of boarding schools in Dehradun both in CBSE and ICSE boards. At SelaQui, we aim to create a spirit of academic excellence as well as of sports and co-curricular activities. Mr. Sharfuddin credited the good results to not only a very committed and spirited faculty, focused students but also to the rigorous academic process of the School. The School also sends a large number of students to IIT and Medical colleges every year due to a much focused Gurukul programme.  The aim now is to raise the bar and work on good college placements in the coming days informs the Headmaster.


DU Third Cutoff List: Commerce, Eng, Eco courses Remains Open

It is assumed that seats for popular courses such as English, economics and commerce will be available in the third cutoff list. Admission to various courses of Delhi University after the declaration of second cutoff list will be closed from 3 July 2013 and the third cutoff list will released on 4 July 2013.

 Hindu College may release new cutoffs for economics, English and commerce as seats are still vacant. In addition, it is expected that some students may withdraw due to the introduction of new courses. Even the situation in economics at Shri Ram College of Commerce is still uncertain where 69 students got admission against 62 seats.

 The Kamala Nehru College will also issue third cut off for its economics as only 29 out of 86 seats were filled. Alongside seats in journalism, philosophy and Sanskrit course are also vacant although only one withdrawal is encountered till now.

 The cutoff list of Kirori Mal College is hard to predict as 70-80 withdrawals are encountered till now. Economics at Miranda house may also available for third cutoff list although officials hesitate to comment over it. Alongside the third cutoff list for English and computer science may also issued by Miranda house.

 Admission to science courses in several colleges are closed however Ramjas is probably to release third cutoff list for chemistry and physics with 100 seats in each. Along with withdrawals of 130 seats has been encountered in statistics and mathematics courses as many applications were received after second cutoff.