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ISC Results 2019

School Total: 100% Pass

Science Stream – School Toppers

1. Shivakumar N – 494 (98.8%)

2. Sweta Chakravarthi – 488 (97.6%)

2. S Avantika – 488 (97.6%)

3. Shruti Shivakumar Jayaraman – 487 (97.4%)

Commerce Stream – School Toppers

1. Prahlad Muralidharan – 465 (93%)

2. S Abhishek – 464 (92.8%)

3. Sowmiya Paranan – 461 (92.2%)

3. Samyukt Vasu – 461 (92.2%)

Humanities Stream – School Toppers

1. Varun Alase – 475 (95%)

2. Varsha Babu Vatul – 423 (84.6%)

3. N Neeraja – 411 (82.2%)

School Average: 87.2%

SUBJECT HIGHEST SCORE
English ANIVRIDH HARIBABU  [97]
Mathematics SHIVAKUMAR N  [100]S AVANTIKA  [100]

SHRUTI SHIVAKUMAR JAYARAMAN  [100]

M SOORYABALAN  [100]

Physics SHIVAKUMAR N  [100]SWETA CHAKRAVARTHI   [100]

SAI VARSHA M G  [100]

ARUNA SRIKAMAKSHI R  [100]

PRISHITA OMESH MIRCHANDANI  [100]

K ASHWATH  [100]

ANANYA ARAVIND  [100]

K VAITHI ALEXANDER  [100]

Chemistry SWETA CHAKRAVARTHI  [99]
Biology SAI VARSHA M G  [97]
Computer Science SHIVAKUMAR N  [100]SWETA CHAKRAVARTHI   [100]

S AVANTIKA  [100]

SHRUTI SHIVAKUMAR JAYARAMAN  [100]

ANIVRIDH HARIBABU  [100]

Accounts SOWMIYA PARANAN  [94]
Commerce SAMYUKT VASU  [98]
Economics S ABHISHEK  [93]
Business Studies VARUN ALASE  [96]
Psychology VARUN ALASE  [100]
Sociology VARUN ALASE  [100]SAMYUKT VASU  [100]
History VARSHA BABU VATUL  [89]
Art RISHABH MOHAN CHATTERJEE  [97]SAMYUKTHA NARAYANAN  [97]

 

 

2018-19

School Total: 100% Pass

Science Stream – School Toppers

1. Shivakumar N – 494 (98.8%)

2. Sweta Chakravarthi – 488 (97.6%)

2. S Avantika – 488 (97.6%)

3. Shruti Shivakumar Jayaraman – 487 (97.4%)

Commerce Stream – School Toppers

1. Prahlad Muralidharan – 465 (93%)

2. S Abhishek – 464 (92.8%)

3. Sowmiya Paranan – 461 (92.2%)

3. Samyukt Vasu – 461 (92.2%)

Humanities Stream – School Toppers

1. Varun Alase – 475 (95%)

2. Varsha Babu Vatul – 423 (84.6%)

3. N Neeraja – 411 (82.2%)

School Average: 87.2%

SUBJECT HIGHEST SCORE
English ANIVRIDH HARIBABU  [97]
Mathematics SHIVAKUMAR N  [100]

S AVANTIKA  [100]

SHRUTI SHIVAKUMAR JAYARAMAN  [100]

M SOORYABALAN  [100]

Physics SHIVAKUMAR N  [100]

SWETA CHAKRAVARTHI   [100]

SAI VARSHA M G  [100]

ARUNA SRIKAMAKSHI R  [100]

PRISHITA OMESH MIRCHANDANI  [100]

K ASHWATH  [100]

ANANYA ARAVIND  [100]

K VAITHI ALEXANDER  [100]

Chemistry SWETA CHAKRAVARTHI  [99]
Biology SAI VARSHA M G  [97]
Computer Science SHIVAKUMAR N  [100]

SWETA CHAKRAVARTHI   [100]

S AVANTIKA  [100]

SHRUTI SHIVAKUMAR JAYARAMAN  [100]

ANIVRIDH HARIBABU  [100]

Accounts SOWMIYA PARANAN  [94]
Commerce SAMYUKT VASU  [98]
Economics S ABHISHEK  [93]
Business Studies VARUN ALASE  [96]
Psychology VARUN ALASE  [100]
Sociology VARUN ALASE  [100]

SAMYUKT VASU  [100]

History VARSHA BABU VATUL  [89]
Art RISHABH MOHAN CHATTERJEE  [97]

SAMYUKTHA NARAYANAN  [97]

 

 

Class X

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Pre Board – 2 Examination (2019-20)

Pre Board – 1 Examination (2019-20)

Semester – 2 Examination (2019-20)

Semester – 1 Examination (2019-20)

Continuous Assessment – 2 (2019-20)

Continuous Assessment – 1 (2019-20)

 
 
 
 
 

CHSV MODEL UNITED NATIONS

JUNE 15th and 16th, 2019

Welcome to the 6th edition of

CHSV Model United Nations Conference

 

Registration


SCHOOL DELEGATION

INDIVIDUAL DELEGATION

CHSV STUDENTS REGISTRATION

EB APPLICATIONS


 

Agendas and Committees


AU – African Union
- Effect of debt trap diplomacy on the African continent with reference to China’s Belt and Road Initiative
- Flouting of medical manufacturing and distribution rules with reference to the codeine epidemic

UNHRC – United Nations Human Rights Council
- Effect of climate change on human rights.
- Freedom of religion and belief taking into consideration the Beirut Declaration.

UNESCAP – United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
- Developing social protection in the Asia Pacific region
- Achieving Sustainable Development Goals 12

CCC – Continuous Crisis Committee
Timeline will be released 15 days before the conference

UNSC- United Nations Security Council
Addressing the situation in Yemen

IPC- International Press Corps


 

Conference Details

Country Matrix

Organising Committee

Background Guides

Executive Board

Class XII

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Continuous Assessment – 1 (2019-20)

Class X

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Continuous Assessment – 1 (2019-20)

Vande Mataram

Vande Mataram

January 26, 2019

Hari Shree’s Republic Day celebration was a solemn yet elegantly conducted affair. The event commenced with a prayer, followed by the flag hoisting by our Principal Acharya. Then came the singing of our national anthem, sung with pride and respect for our country. Principal Acharya graced us with a few pearls of wisdom, while two students of class VIII – Shravya and Ananya – addressed the gathering on the importance of Republic Day. The occasion ended with the distribution of chikkis.

 

Pongal O Pongal!

Pongal O Pongal!

January 23, 2019 

This harvest season, our school’s Pongal celebrations were as grand as can be. The school was a sea of colours as the students flocked in wearing traditional clothes. The day began with an session with Swami Vasudev acharya from Australia. To hold true the tradition, a cow and calf were brought to our school and a puja was performed while we waited for the Pongal pot to overflow.  The school corridors rang with cries of ‘Pongal O Pongal’. There were a variety of events ranging from dance to yoga. Everyone present offered prayers to the Sun god, after which a few students performed the Suryanamaskaram. This was followed by a Villu Paatu, an age-old Tamil tradition and an electrifying Tamil folk genre which captured the attention of all the audience and heightened the mood greatly. Finally, a dance which include many of the Tamil folk dance styles like, Thappatam, Oyilattam, Poikaal Kudhirai etc, was performed by the 11th graders. It was a day filled with excitement, and probably one of the best Pongal celebrations.

 

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day

December 22, 2018

Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and never giving it. The students of our school showed their gratitude to the annas and akkas on Thanksgiving Day. The students spoke about how important the annas and akkas are to our school, performed for them, and had a fun and interactive session with them. As an apt ending to the day, every akka and anna was invited to a potluck in the classrooms, with the students and teachers.

The Akkas and Annas having a fun time playing Passing the Ball and Lucky Corners

 

Pradarshan – Grade X

Pradarshan – Grade X

December 1, 2018

Planning, scripting and practicing – all in under twelve hours! The students of grade X put up an enthralling show of dance, drama and music, in both English and Tamizh, all woven into a single narrative. The programmes followed the layered theme of doing away with traditional prejudices while preserving culture and tradition at large.