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City students win Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards

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Three students from Manthan School, Hyderabad, have received Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards to acknowledge their exceptional performance in the March 2023 Cambridge International Education examination series. They have received their ‘Top in the World awards’ in the ceremony hosted at The Lalit, Mumbai on Sunday.
The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards programme celebrates the success of students who have taken Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world. The students who won the competition have excelled in the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations.
Cambridge qualifications equip students with the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to thrive in and outside the classroom, at university, and beyond. The qualifications are recognised and valued by leading universities world-wide. Haasini and Ishan received awards for being Top in the World in Cambridge IGCSE Economics, and Vivaan received two awards – Top in the World in Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics (without ccoursework) and Top in the World in Cambridge IGCSE Information and Communication Technology.
Ruchika Upadhyay, the Vice-Principal and Head of Academics and Social Studies at Manthan, said that the awards recognised the talent and commitment of both learners and staff. She said, “Receiving these awards is a credit to the diligence, determination, and intellect of our teachers and students. All the best for your future endeavours.”
Poulami Ghosh, Manager of South India, Cambridge International Education, said, “Congratulations to Cambridge learners and teachers at Manthan School who have worked so hard to achieve tremendous success in Cambridge exams. With these Cambridge qualifications, students are well-prepared for their next steps and all the exciting opportunities that lie ahead. I wish you all the very best for the future.”

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