Indian subcontinent HSC students are the pride of our community

Girls out-performed the boys again in NSW HSC 2017 exams, with 83 girls and 38 boys on the merit list as they topped in the state in varied subjects. .

Education Minister Adrian Piccoli said it was an incentive for boys to work harder in 2018.

“It’s a great outcome for the girls in these awards but it’s good to see the performance of government and non-government schools and students from non-English-speaking backgrounds top their subjects,” Mr Piccoli said.

The talents of 121 students across 112 courses were acknowledged. Awards were given to students who got the highest possible band in a course.

More than 75,000 students sat for the HSC in 2017..

Pratyush Charde stood first in state in Hindi Continuers 2 Unit and Naetik Saini claimed second position. Hansika Enakshi Muthukuda of Cherrybrook Technology High  stood first in Advanced English in the whole of state. Keiran Shivakumaran from Sydney Boys High took the top spot in Physics. Harmandeep Singh Sinner topped the state in Punjabi Continuers with Avneet Kaur at the second position. Nimet Nur Sen was declared first in state in Turkish Continuers.

Manan Pavan Luthra of Knox Grammar stood second in Drama and 18th in Legal Studies. In Tamil continuers, Puraathani Kirupaharan stood first in state. Sneha Karri stood fist in state in Korean Beginners. Samuel Chiriyakandath Sebastian of Normanhurst Boys High took the top spot in Senior Science.

Many students from the Indian subcontinent community have done exceptionally well this year claiming spots in the top ten in state in the subjects of Ancient History (Priya Vakil, 10th); Biology (Vanathy Arudselvan 5th); English Advanced (Shathurnia Sathiyamoorthy, 5th); Advanced English (Sachleen Khanna, 9th); English Standard (Sunita Blair, 8th); English Extension 1 (Varun Rao, 6th); Food Technology (Rachel Vakil, 4th); Industrial Technology (Rushad Parekh, 5th); Italian Continuers (Saras Sawhney, 5th); Italian Extension (Saras Sawhney, 3rd); Adarsh Jagganagari (Legal Studies, 9th); Rahul Ahluwalia (Maths Extension 1, 7th); Nishka Tapasawi (Maths Extension 11, 8th); Nakul Kaushik (Music Extension, 5th); Naleesha Habib (Senior Science, 7th); Geetika Kishnani (Senior Science, 9th) and Rizina Yadav ( Society and Culture, 9th).

TIDU congratulates all these students who have excelled in their respective subjects and made their parents, their siblings, the community, their teachers and the school proud. We hope that they get into the courses of their choice and pursue to work towards a fruitful career and life.

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