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    Volume 2 Issue 45| November 28, 2010 |


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Bangladeshi Students top Cambridge Exams

Students of Oxford International School (OIS) have been judged as 'best performing students' in Bangladesh in the November 2009 and June 2010 examination sessions by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). Aleef Al-Amin secured the top position in the world among 160 countries in Human and Social Biology in O Levels.

Besides, students of the school scored highest numbers in 13 subjects in Bangladesh. The students of the school achieved 79 Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards for their outstanding performances in the recent GCE O and A Level Examinations.

In the combined merit list, Mohammad Abrar Wadud secured first place, best across 4 A Levels, while Sayed Hafizul Gafur and Minhazul Islam became first, best across 3 A Levels, in November 2009 and June 2010 sessions respectively.

Mehdi Belayet Lincoln secured 2nd place best across 5 AS Levels. Also, Shomith Dinesh Mondal and Aleef Al-Amin achieved second place, best across 9 O Levels and 8 O Levels respectively.

In A Levels, Prinon Turio secured Cambridge High Achievement in Computing while Mohammad Abrar Wadud secured Cambridge High Achievement in Applied ICT and Mathematics.

To recognise the brilliance of the achievements in these international examinations, CIE organised the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards Ceremony at Radisson Water Garden Hotel recently.

Nick Low, acting British High Commissioner to Bangladesh, Dr John Guy, Syndicate Member of Assessment, Ian Chambers, Regional Manager for South Asia, University Cambridge International Examinations, Murray Keeler, Director of Examinations, British Council, Dhaka were present at the function as the guests.

Principal of OIS G M Nizam Uddin said the students of his school also achieved 75 Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards last year, the highest in Bangladesh.



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