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Sharda Vidya Mandir is an established name in the field of education for past 33 years. Excellence in Academics has always been our hallmark and our Board results this year reinforced that. The Board results of Class X were exuberating. 26% of the students scored more than 90% marks with 6 of them scoring 100 out of 100 in different subjects. The school toppers, Arjav Barya and Abhinav Choube both with 97.4% were among the city toppers and were awarded by the Bhopal Chapter of Sahodaya Group of CBSE schools for their outstanding achievement. Upholding the  tradition of excellence were the school toppers in Class XII Board examinations – Simran Arora of the Commerce stream topped the school with 95% and Monika Kushwaha topped the Science stream with 95%. The phenomenal achievements of Tejas Solanki, Parth Shrivastava and Mayur Mehra who cleared the prestigious IIT- JEE and of Nimisha Mishra who cleared CLAT also brought laurels to the school. In order to encourage students into raising their bars of achievement the school management offers cash incentives of 5000/- to those who score above 95% in the Board Examination and of Rs. 3000/- to those who score more than 90%. 2 students, Ruchi Patidar and Shivani Patidar, have been awarded the Certificate of Merit which is awarded by CBSE to the top 0.1% of the successful candidates in recognition of their outstanding performance in Board Examinations.  
The names of Pallavi Chouhan and Kumkum Mehar, the House Captain and Vice Captain on Tapti House worked diligently to inspire their House members to excel and brought their House up as the Best House of the session.
Aditya Gehlot, Class IX B has been selected as a goalkeeper in the Bhopal District Under 17 Football team. Aarna Muramkar, VII C, already a part of the school Table tennis and swimming squads won the bronze medal at the 25th Madhya Pradesh State Triathlon Championship and a silver at the Bhopal District Triathlon Championship. School artistic rope skipping contingent bagged the silver medal in the 20th All India RSFI National Rope Skipping Championship. Yashika Rajoria, Class VII C stood fourth in the CBSE National Rope Skipping Clusters held at Amritsar recently. Yashika, Priya and Yashasvini had also bagged the gold medal in the Bhopal District Rope Skipping Competition organized by the DRSA. School Table tennis team player Khushi Gupta, Class VIII C won the Bronze medal at the 62nd MP State and Inter District Table Tennis Championship 2019 and was a part of the Table Tennis team which won the silver medal at the Bhopal Sahodaya Complex of CBSE Schools Interschool Table Tennis Championship 2019. Khushi was being awarded the Best Sportsperson of the session award. 
Star quizzers, Hardik Gurudev and Devashish Kanhere were the state winners of the Canara Bank Regional Level Interschool Quiz and were awarded a cash prize of 25, 000/ each for their achievement. They have also, for second year in succession, won the Bhopal Sahodaya Complex of CBSE schools Interschool Quiz Competition. Shashank Dixit was the proud winner of the written quiz on the life and works of Mahatama Gandhi organized by the Regional Science Centre Bhopal to mark the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatama Gandhi.
School artists create the perfect hues of success. Paras Tyagi, Class X stood first in the Interschool painting competition organized by the Department of Earth Sciences, New Delhi and Eshaan Nair, X A, stood first in the Interschool poster making competition organized by the National Museum of Natural History. Yashasvini Shrivastava, Class VII C stood first in the Interschool Drawing Competition organized by the Forest Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh to mark the Wild Life Celebration in October this year.
The School Drama Club members of Classes 5th and 6th were the proud winners of the Kalarang Interschool Drama Competition and bagged the third position in the Lake City Science Drama Festival – 2019. Isha Wangoswami, Class VII A was awarded with a cash reward of 4000/ rupees by the Madhya Pradesh Urdu Academy for her active participation in the Chaarbait competition organized by them.
School ‘s ‘Because we care’ initiative has been taking students to old age homes like ‘Apna Ghar’ and made them a part of ‘Neki ki Diwar’ programme.
This Annual Report ends at a positive note and with a promise that things will only be better in the coming session and our students will only move forward and onward from here.
Jai Hind