Rasika Kale a student of the Global Indian International School has topped the 2016 International Baccalaureate Diploma Exam with a perfect score of 45 out of 45 points. This is Grade XII equivalent exam.
She had studied at Global Indian International School (GIIS) at Queenstown Campus, in Singapore; from grade 1 to 12.She has proved her determination, by achieving the award for Mathematics (without Coursework).
Rasika Kale has topped by scoring perfect points among thousands of students from 40 countries that have appeared for this exam. Three other Global Indian International School students – Aarushi Khandewal, Revvand Rajesh and Sibiranjith Nagesh scored 44/45 points. Infact, since 2008 five students from the Global Indian International School have topped the exams worldwide, while 17 students scored near perfect scores of 44/45 points.
Rasika Kale has also topped Cambridge IGCSE exam, class X exam. She is an all-round performer and has the passion for learning things in a holistic way, with the combination of intelligence and skill of performing arts. "The credit of my success goes to my teachers, parents, and the school. My parents motivated me, while my teachers made sure that I was well-prepared for the exam," said Rasika, who has lived in Singapore since 2002 and studied at GIIS from grade 1 to 12.