They have been creating records year after year. This year is no different. Students of J H Ambani School, Lodhivali have come out with flying colors with the topper of the school also securing the top rank of the region. J H Ambani School, Lodhivali has maintained the tradition of maintaining excellence in academic standards and coming out with flying colors. Managed by DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi, the school has procured cent percent results in the 12th CBSE Board. There was much joy and jubilation today at School as the school topper Sarang Shamshery has also bagged the top position in this region with 96.6 per cent in the science stream. An excited Sarang says that the results are a pleasant surprise. Sarang says that it was the support of teachers and parents that helped him come out with flying colours. Having parents who are qualified engineers, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Sarang too wants to pursue mechanical engineering. J H Ambani’s Principal Parvesh Kushal says that the objective of the school is to provide the best possible opportunities for pupils to learn. Quality is their policy. She added that the teachers in the school have helped create a friendly atmosphere to not let students feel the board pressure. Meditations and yoga classes make it all the better. J H Ambani and all other DAV schools in the region have giving a new definition to quality education and dynamic and all round development of a child. Under the dynamic vision and enthusiastic leadership of DAV Group’s Regional Director Dr. K B Kushal – DAV Schools have slowly and steadily come up as the best schools in the city. The group continues its mission of providing quality education and opportunities to students in terms of coming face to face with the real world outside, healthy development of learners and making education complete academically, physically, culturally and socially. With cameraperson Abhay Prasad, Sana Warsia for NMTV News.
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