Baramulla girl recieves International rank in English and Math Olympiad
Baramulla: Feb, 25: Ayesha Shahid, a student at Aarifeen School of Excellence, Delina Baramulla has received accolades by securing 529th international rank in International Junior English Olympiad and 580th international rank in the International Junior Math Olympiad, session 2021-22.
Ayesha is a student of Grade 2 and participated in the junior category.
The Olympiad was conducted by the National Olympiad Foundation (NOF). NOF Conducts International Olympiads in 9 subjects in more than 11 countries.
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Speaking about her daughter’s outstanding performance, Aasima Wasil said that Ayesha only went through the school curriculum and prepared for the international Olympiad.
“I am happy that the curriculum followed by ASE helped Ayesha a lot to achieve the feat. She didn’t consult any other books for the Olympiad. I want to thank Ayesha’s educators and school management for choosing the best curriculum and of international standard for our children,” Aasima added.
Ayesha Shahid secured 529th rank international rank and Ist rank in the class. The results claimed that she performed better than 72.73% of the total number of students who appeared in the Olympiad.
The NOF’s English and Math Olympiad exam was held in January and almost all schools from across the country participated in the event.
Congratulating Ayesha on her remarkable feat, Coordinator ASE Ms Sandra Mak said that Aarifeen School of Excellence is extremely proud of all students who go above and beyond seeking to achieve more with their academic career.
“The Olympiads will be a regular part of the Aarifeen School of Excellence Academic School year and we hope to encourage all students at ASE to participate in such events and reach great heights,” Sandra added.