CAMBRIDGE OUTSTANDING AWARD Nepalese Toppers

More Nepalese students are coming out on top of the Cambridge examination results and earning Nepal an international repute <br>A CORRESPONDENT

April 8, 2011, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol. : 04 No.-20 April 08-2011 (Chaitra 25,2067)

These schools had reasons to rejoice. Rato Bangla, Chelsea International Academy, ACE College of Management, King’s College, Trinity International, Malpi Institute and Malpi International College saw their students securing excellent marks in the University of Cambridge International Examinations, A level and AS level.


Dozens more, Budhanilkantha School, the British School, GEMS Institute of Higher Education, Saipal Academy, A. J. Wild Institute of Advanced  Studies and Rupy’s international School also secured various positions.


According to a press release of the British Council and the University of Cambridge International, this year, three students from Nepal obtained the highest marks in the world and they received the prestigious top world award. Importantly, 30 learners received awards for exceptional performance in Cambridge examinations, including three world toppers and 26 learners who attained the highest marks in Nepal in single subjects which are not so widely taken. Furthermore, learners have achieved the total highest mark in Nepal in a single subject.


Additionally, learners were recognized for High Achievement based on the outstanding performance in subjects which are not so widely taken. Furthermore, learners who have achieved the total highest cumulative marks across a number of subjects will celebrate their achievements. The winning learners out-performed thousands of candidates worldwide who sat examinations in Cambridge International AS and A Level subjects. So it is a tremendous achievement.


University of Cambridge International Examinations and British Council announced the winners of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, Nepal. The awards celebrated the outstanding academic achievements of secondary school learners in Nepal in June and November 2010 Cambridge Examination Sessions.

Vice president of Nepal Parmanand Jha, British Council Country Director Dr. Roberto Monro and Cambridge International Examination Regional representative Andrew Sortwell presented the awards to the students of various categories. President of Cambridge Educators’ Association in Nepal (CEAN) Sudhir Kumar Jha gave a vote of thanks.


Ingroj Shrestha of Kathmandu Academy was the top in the world in Mathematics. Similarly, Byanjana Thapa of Rato Bangla School secured top in the world in Language and Literature in English in June session. Shitoshana Nepal of Rato Bangla School secured top in the world in General Paper in November.


Ujawal Paudel of Chelsea International Academy topped Nepal in Accounting, Economics and Mathematics. Mukesh Ghimire of Chelsea was best across four Cambridge Intentional AS level and secured first place in Nepal.


Likewise, Akash Kumar Gupta of Ace Institute of Management secured top position in Nepal in accounting in June session. Amigo Khadka of Malpi Institute was top in Nepal in business studies in June 2010 examination.


Sidhartha Moktan of Malpi International also secured top in Nepal in sociology in June 2010 examinations. Budhanilkantha School, Trinity International College, King’s College, British School, GEMS Institute of Higher Education and British Council’s students also secured highest mark.   


By supporting to organize the program, Cambridge Educators Association in Nepal (CEAN) has helped to recognize Nepalese students’ achievement made in international examinations.

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