Indian students have won 177 prestigious Cambridge International Awards this year

Out of 150 unique winners in India, 15 students from Delhi-NCR and 4 students from Delhi-NCR have won ‘Top of the World’.

Cambridge International has announced the winners of its prestigious Cambridge Learner Award for 2020-21. This year, 150 Indian students covered 177 of the most sought-after Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards for 2020-21 compared to 127 last year.

The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award is a feature of students’ exceptional achievement in Cambridge exams around the world. They recognize student achievement in a wide range of Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS and A level subjects.

The global awards recognize student achievement in four categories – ‘Top of the World’, ‘Top of the Country’, ‘High Achievement Award’ and ‘Best of Subject’. Out of 150 unique winners across the country, 15 students are from Delhi-NCR. Four students from Delhi-NCR have won ‘Top in the World’.

In all, 42 students from India have received the highly coveted ‘Top in the World’ award, which is given to the students who have achieved the highest marks in the world in a particular subject. Also, 65 won the ‘Top in Country’ award and 17 won the ‘Best in the Subject’ award. The ‘Best Across’ award is issued to students who have achieved a minimum grade and achieved the first highest incremental total value. Marks on a certain number of subjects.

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Mahesh Srivastava, Regional Director, South Asia, Cambridge Assessment International Education, said: These awards recognize their resilience and dedication and each of them should be very proud of what they have achieved. I wish them all the best for the future. “

The awards recognize the best Cambridge students from around the world for their hard work, dedication and outstanding achievement. The achievements of those who have won awards this year are particularly impressive, as many of them have had to adapt to how they can learn while school is closed, and have not been able to face teaching and learning in the classroom.

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