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Bhutan IAS EAA Macmillan Medalists

posted 11 Sep 2015, 23:32 by Damcho Younten   [ updated 15 Sep 2015, 03:21 ]

Druk School would like to congratulate the following students for achieving high distinction in subjects, conducted by IAS (International Assessment for Schools) New South Wales Australia in the year 2014.

The following students rank in the top one percent in the whole South East Asia. They are also the Country toppers.

IAS is conducted every year in over 8500 schools from India and other Asian countries. Participation from over 1.6 million students from Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific, Singapore, Hongking, Malaysia, China, South Africa and Indonesia. IAS is one of the largest school assessment in the world.

Sl No

Student Name

Class

Subjects

1

Nyeza Droelkar Tshering

III

English and Science

2

Tenzing Dhendup Dorji

III

Mathematics

3

Dishan Monagr

IV

Computer Skills

4

Yutsho T Wangchhuk

IV

English, Science and Mathematics

5

Rohan Chheri

VI

Mathematics

6

Ugyen Thugzom

VI

English and Science

7

Deki Peltshog

VII

Mathematics

8

Esha Sharma

VII

English and science

9

Ugen Kezang

IX

English, science and Mathematics.

10

Deki Choden Yezer

X

English

11

Jamyang Seldon

X

Science

 IAS covers mathematics, Science and English for classes III-XII and Digital Technologies for classes III-X. IAS questions are scientifically developed by Educational Assessment Australia (EAA), a division of Division of New South Wales, Australia.

Students  of classes III-XII in India, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Maldives, Mauritius, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka and UAE have participated in English, Science, Mathematics and Computer skills in 2014 IAS.  Of these participants, only 105 students are being awarded EAA Macmillan Medals for scoring the highest marks in their respective countries. Druk School has the distinction of being only one school in Bhutan which got eleven EAA Macmillan medals. 


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