MUDIT GUPTA    From Blue Bells Model School Sector 4 Gurgaon

Blue Bells Model School Students Excel in NEET-2018

Mudit GuptaMayank Verma From Blue Bells Model School Sector 4 GurgaonMayank Verma

  • Mudit Gupta has topped in Gurugram NEET 2018 exams.
  • Mayank Verma has secured 282nd AIR position.

 

6th June 2018, Gurugram: The students of Blue Bells Model School have outshined in the 2018 NEET results. Mudit Gupta topped NEET 2018 exam in Gurugram. Mudit secured the 118th AIR in the examination. Another student of the school, Mayank Verma has secured 282nd position overall.

“It is one's positive action combined with positive thinking that results in success and every successful endeavour is momentous and sets new benchmarks. I extend my heartfelt congratulations to my young achievers and their parents who have done their institution proud by clearing NEET with merit. Our scholastic gem  Mudit Gupta has secured AIR-118 and Category Rank-102. Mayank Verma has been placed AIR-282 and secured Category Rank-225. Our sincerest felicitations to our young achievers.  May their journey ahead of life be stupendous and they emerge as responsible citizens of the country dedicated to the cause of humanity,” said Chandan Dhawan, Principal, Blue Bells Model School

18 - year- old Mudit Gupta loves to play football and badminton. Swimming is also his hobby. His favourite subjects are Physics & Biology. He also likes to keep himself abreast with the latest social media trends.

"I was expecting a good rank and 118 was a pleasant surprise to me. I thank God and my parents for their constant support," said Mudit Gupta.

Sharing his mantra of success, he added, “Studying 7-8 hours is very important but keeping your body and mind healthy is equally important. To maintain balance I used to play football, badminton during my leisure hours.”

Mudit’s parents are equally beaming on their son’s success. Sharing his thought,  Mudit's father, Mr Ajay Gupta said "I am proud of Mudit. He scored very well in class 12th boards as well and NEET result has doubled our celebrations. I cannot wait to see him become a doctor and serve people.”

Mayank’s parents are also happy with his result. His father works in the income tax department and mother is a housewife. A resident of Gurugram, Sector- 4, Mayank loves to play the guitar in his free time. He also aspires to become a doctor so that he can serve the country and the society.

About Blue Bells Model School

Blue Bells Model School is a pioneer co-educational English medium school located in the heart of the city of Gurgaon (Haryana). Founded on Nov. 10, 1980, the school is a rare blend of tradition and modernity. The D.R. Memorial Bal Shiksha Vikas Society, comprising eminent personalities from all walks of life is the apex body of the school. Emanating from a humble beginning, today this versatile institution has grown into a full-fledged Senior Secondary School. It got affiliated to C.B.S.E. up to class X in April 1986 and later was upgraded to class XII in July 1991.

Students

Blue Bells Model School celebrates the outstanding result of its students in AISCE-2018

‘A dream becomes a goal when action is taken towards its achievement’

The road to success is not easy to navigate, but with commitment, passion and unremitting devotion one achieves triumph. Accomplishment is the result of perfection, hard work, allegianceand persistence which was proved true by the Bluebellians by exhibiting an exemplary result in class X Board Examination.

Ashish Singh topped the school securing 98.2% and Soumya Jain secured 97.6% and emerged as the second topper of the school.  

The overjoyed students attributed their success to their effective planning, assiduous effortsin academics and the unflinching support of their parents and teachers. Dr.Saroj Suman Gulati, Director Blue Bells Group of Schools, Ms. Chandan Dhawan, Principal of the School, Management and teaching fraternity felicitated the students and showered their blessings for their future ventures.

 

 

 

 

RESULT ANALYSIS OF CLASS X BOARD RESULT

 

 

 

No. of Students appeared:                182  

No. of Students Passed:                    182  

Students securing above 95%:          22

Students securing above 90%:          85    

No. of A1:                                         446                                                  

Total no. of distinctions:                   885            

Average Distinction:                         4.86 

Average Result:                                85.39

 
Bachhe

CRAFTING SUCCESS STORY: ASTOUNDING CLASS X BOARD RESULTBY BLUE BELLS PUBLIC SCHOOL, SECTOR 10, GURUGRAM

“Pearls are found in the sea bed, if one desires to have one then one must dive for it. Success is never served on a platter; it is sought to with ardor and attended to with diligence”.

Blue Bellians have again proved their mettle by achieving an excellent Class X Board Result in the Academic Session 2017-18. Out of 145students who appeared for the Board Examination 48students have score more than 90% marks.

The management and the Director extended the felicitations to the Principal and the faculty members and congratulated the students for their remarkable results.

 
 

 

Name of the Student

Percentage

Topper

TANISHA PRAKASH

97.6

2nd Topper

PRIYAM JAIN

95.6

RIYA SHARMA

95.6

ISHITA WALDIA

95.6

ESHITA GUPTA

95.6

IRIJYA KALRA

95.6

 


RESULT ANALYSIS OF CLASS X BOARD RESULT

 

Total Number of Students                                             :145

Highest Aggregate Percentage                                    :97.6

Total Number of students securing 90% & above        :48

Total Number of distinctions                                         :645

Number of distinctions per student                               :4.4

A1 Grades                                                                   :253

 
Blue Bells

Blue Bells Model School Organises ‘Hands-on Workshop’ for Better Career Decision

Gurgaon/25th May 2017: With the aim of upgrading knowledge about the different career options and learn different skills through hands-on experience, Blue Bells Model School, Gurugram organized a ‘Hands-On Workshop’ for the students of classes VIII-X.  The workshop was conducted by a team of 15 students from IIT-Delhi, NLU, NIFT and DU.

Speaking on the occasion, Mrs. Chandan Dhawan , Principal, Blue Bells Model School said, “We conducted a practical hands-on workshop for career selection which proved to be beneficial for the students and also increased their knowledge about the various career options.

The purpose of the workshop was to create and spread awareness about the careers in different sectors for the wave of aspiring students looking forward to step foot for building their career.

The orientation session consisted of an introduction of four fields’ electrical engineering, psychology, law and fashion designing. Moreover, the session aimed to inform the students to join an 8-day workshop, in IIT Delhi to achieve an exposure in the realm of engineering, psychology, law and fashion designing. The students witnessed the demonstration of clap circuit, mind games and dissembling of a mobile phone along with video clippings.           

 The upcoming 8 days workshop at IIT Delhi Campus will offer a unique blend of theoretical and industry related practical knowledge which includes enhancement of skills towards wholesome development. Students will build the electronic device, fight moot cases, will design t-shirts and conduct psychological experiments. At the end of the workshop, all Students will be given Certificates.

Ritvik Sharma, a student of IIT, Delhi, is alumni of Blue Bells Model School who initiated this informative session said “Students are often confused to make the right career option. Hence, such workshop at an early stage helps to provide a foundation for students to know their interests, abilities and challenges”.

Namrita Munjal, Student of 10th Class, Blue Bells Model School. “We found this workshop very informative and helpful in choosing the right career. I want to thank our principal for the initiative taken and request for conducting such sessions on the regular basis”.

The students appreciated the efforts as it was an eye-opener for all the young aspirants.

Sarina Chadha Suncity School Receiving The Gold Medal

Over 540 students from 30 schools participate in World Scholar‘s Cup at Suncity School

-Maria's Public School, Guwahati, Mayo College Girl's School, Ajmer, Blue Bells Public School among participants

-Final round to be held at Yale University, USA

Over 540 students from 30 schools across the country including Maria's Public School, Guwahati, Mayo College Girl's School, Ajmer, Ecole Globale International Girls School, Dehradun, Blue Bells Public School participated in a two- day prestigious international tournament.  Titled as ‘World Scholars Cup', the regional round of the  tournament was held on April 28 & April 29, 2018 at SuncityWorld School, Gurugram for the second time in a row.

Centered on the theme ‘Entangled World’, the competition assesses the students’ proficiency over the core subject areas such as Science, Art & Music, Social studies, literature, history, and special area. The competition comprises three rounds- Regional round, Global round, and Final round.  Approximately 20 teams from India will gain entry into the global round to be held in three cities namely Kuala Lumpur, Barcelona, and Melbourne. Shortlisted participants can choose their preferred venue.  The top finalists from global round will compete in the final round ‘Tournament of Champions’ to be held at Yale University, USA.

“Hosting this global competition is part of our efforts to encourage holistic development of students. Witnessing participation form brightest minds across the country, the competition tests and hones communication skills and fosters a spirit of team- building among students,” said Ms. Rupa Chakraborty, Principal, Suncity School.

The competition was held for two categories- Junior (12-14 years) & Senior (15-18 years). The juniors have been further divided into Emus (11-12) and Penguins (13-14).  It consists of four core activities- Scholars challenge, Collaborative Writing, Team Debate and Scholars Bowl. Collaborative Writing and Team debate took place on the inaugural day of the competition. Second phase of the tournament including Scholar’s Bowl and Scholar’s Show took place on the day two of the event.

Each year, students explore and debate a current global theme.  The Scholar's Challenge tests students' command over various subjects. The Team Debate requires students to prepare a given topic and present their case. The Scholar’s Bowl is a multiple choice quiz where students are presented with the audio/video hints which need to be solved in the given specific time. An optional round is Scholar’s show, a talent round which provided the opportunity to contestants to showcase their talent.

Suncity School bagged the first position in the junior category and Tagore International School secured the first place in senior category. The second position in the junior category is secured by Heritage Xperiential Learning School and in the senior category by Shalom Hills International School. Junior team from Shalom Hills International School secured the third position and the senior teams from Delhi Public School, RK Puram, GD Goenka Public School, Vasant Kunj, and Sanskriti School secured their place on third position. Around 300 students have qualified for the global round.

Individual top performers of the tournament were: Sarina Chadha - Suncity School - 1st place (Junior Category), Rishika Arora - Shalom Hills International School - 1st place (Senior Category).

“Every year, I wait for World Scholar’s Cup as it is exciting to participate in the competition. Since I am a good orator, I thoroughly enjoyed the team debate,” said Rakshit Verma, Venkateshwar International school.

Arishmita Ghosh from Suncity School said: “I am participating in the competition for the first time this year. I am a good dancer and I looking forward to Scholar’s Show which allows us to display our talent. I am also proud of the fact that my school is hosting this competition for the second time.”