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Krish Patwari, Scion of Rashmi Group, Achieves 98.8% in ISC  

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“Harmonious, analytical society rooted in its rich historical ethos can make India a major global player”

A great deal of personal effort and parental supervision have put Krish Patwari, the scion of the famed Kolkata based Rashmi Group of Industries on the pedestal of a high position in the recently declared ISC examinations.
Krish, son of the renowned industrialist, Sunil Kumar Patwari, CEO, Rashmi group, India’s leader in the Duct Iron Pipes, secured 98.8 percent marks in the recently declared ISC examinations.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) declared the ICSE and ISC results on May 14 for which lakhs of girls and boys had appeared in examinations held in February March.
Krish Patwari, was studying in La Martiniere for Boys, Kolkata. Secretary of the school, Supriya Dhar informed Kolkata based media outlets that 232 children had appeared in class 12 exams and Krish Patwari was among the toppers of the school by securing 98.8 percent marks.
Krish’s belief in hard work and commitment made him achieve the honourable feat of 98.8 percent in ISC with a score of 100 in physics, chemistry, mathematics and Computer Sciences each.
Krishi has high ambitions and says that he aspires to have his further studies in Computer Sciences from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, a reputed public University of USA.
Notwithstanding the plentiful, Krish’s personality has been developed in the most hard and disciplined way, says Krish’s father, Sunil Kumar Patwari.
We in the family especially Krsih’s mother and grandpa chiselled his persona in a way that extravagance of comforts and facilities did not spoil him. They would hold him accountable for his studies and at the same time strike a balance between his individual freedom and his responsibilities towards the organised life, he said.
Krish thinks differently and has his own perspective for development of the country. He feels for catapulting India as a global leader we have to act as a cohesive force and certain socio economic dynamics have to be kept in mind for achieving this goal.
Krish feels that an Asian age is in the offing and believes that a harmonious, analytical society aligned with its rich historical ethos can make India a major global player in economic and geopolitical world order.



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