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Class 12 Result 2022-2023

  • Master Farhan Muhammed became the national topper scoring 99.6% in the humanities stream. Archa Kiran and Thasneem Shajahan of same stream scored 99%, Abin Sabu scored 98.6% and Gouri Ajith with 98.64%.
  • In science stream C Aditya scored 99.2%. Theertha karma and Siddarth Sankar Pradeep Kumar scored 97.8% and 97.4% respectively.
  • Several of our students were placed in various prestigious institutions across the country.
  • C. Aditya AIIMS Raipur
  • Parvathy Rajesh and Arya S Warrier IIT Palakkad.
  • Farhan Muhammed NALSAR University Hyderabad
  • Hiba N S NALSAR University Hyderabad
  • Thasneem Shajahan St. Stephen’s college New Delhi
  • Arpita Agi Symbiosis International University Hyderabad
  • Akshaya Deepthi Symbiosis International University Hyderabad
  • Gouri ajith Miranda Univercity New Delhi

JEE 2020(Phase 1)

Sarvodaya marked its presence in the list when National Testing Agency announced JEE 2020(Phase 1) percentile score. The top scholars of Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya are as follows:

  • 1. Jabesh M. B - 97. 34
  • 2.Vaishnav A - 96. 49
  • 3. Anagha Viswanath - 92.20
  • 4. Sairah Niloufer - 91. 83

SCVians prepared homemade hand sanitizers

At a time when rush to buy hand sanitizers has led to empty shelves in groceries and medicine shops, the Mentors of the Department of Chemistry came forward to prepare hand sanitizers for the school use on March 20,2020.

The H.O.D., Mrs. Rexina A, said the homogenous solution was prepared by mixing Isopropyl alcohol or Rubbing alcohol along with Vitamin E capsule, and Aloe vera gel in a fixed ratio. "The ingredients used have anti-bacterial or anti-fungal qualities and Aloe vera gel soothes skin and moisturises it," commented Principal, Rev. Dr. Santhan Charuvil. "This homemade sanitizer will help people fight this virus," added Bursar, Rev. Fr. Koshy Chirakkottu.


Though the lockdown has forbidden schools from conducting opening day celebrations, Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya conducted it online.

Ceremonies, including, prayer song by the school choir in which members sang from their respective houses, Principal's speech, Bursar's speech, announcements of etiquette to be followed during online classes etc., were conveyed through video conferencing via YouTube live session on June 1, 2020.

Cent Percent results for Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya in AISSCE 2020

In the AISSCE 2020, out of 132 students who appeared for the exam, 43 students brought laurels to the institution by bagging 90% and above, 66 secured Distinction and 23 students got First class.

  • First Position - SHREYA SUSAN MATHEW (99.6%)
  • Second Position - ANJANA A (98.4%)
  • Third Position - ANAGHA VISWANATH (98%)
  • Fourth Position - VAISHNAV A (97.8%)
  • Biology/ Maths - ANAGHA VISWANATH 98%
  • Computer/ Maths - VAISHNAV A 97.8%
  • Biology/ Computer - KAJAL S 94.6%
  • First - SHREYA SUSAN MATHEW 99.6%
  • Second - ANJANA A 98.4%
  • Third - ATUL JOSE 97.6%

Stellar result for Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya in AISSE 2020.

Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya posted a cent percent pass in AISSE 2020 with 81 students securing above 90%. Out of 153 students who attended the exam, 145 students bagged Distinction and 8 students secured First class. 31 students secured above 95%. The school toppers are as follows:

  • First position: Sona F Shukoor - 99.2%
  • Second Position: Bhavapriya V.S & Kavya M.S- 98.6%
  • Third Position - 98%
    1. Varghese George
    2. Anagha Mahesh
    3. Durga Radhakrishnan
    4. Lekshmipriyya Aji


Students of the Humanities batch of Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya took the initiative of converting the Covid-19 lockdown period into a vibrant and effective one by conducting an Online Model United Nations on 12th & 13th of May 2020. It was officially christened as National Youth Model United Nations (NYMUN), which was executed through the platform of Cisco WebEx Application, under the able leadership of Principal, Rev. Dr. Santhan Charuvil, Bursar, Rev. Fr. Koshy Chirakkarottu, MUN Convenor, Mrs. Renuka Devi and other members of the domestic faculty. Students from various countries like Australia, Hong Kong, Srilanka, UAE, UK etc. participated in this event. It gave a sound opening for the students to understand International Economic Affairs, Climate Technology Transfer Strategies and Cyber Crimes to a great extent under the three committees namely ECOFIN, UNEP and UNSC. Aleena Mary Antony adorned the chair of the Secretary General in NYMUN. Krishna Prasad Aurora, Anand Gopal, Madavaram and Devangi chaired various committees. Press Release was carried out in two leading Malayalam Dailies namely Malayala Manorama and Mathrubhumi. This successful event added a feather in the cap of Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya.

Tribute to the COVID 19 warriors

The dancers of Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya- Chaithanya Prakash(XII B), Anantha lekshmi(XII A), Nikitha Suresh(XII B) ,Arpitha Agi(X A) and Devi Uthara(IX B) under the guidance of their Dance Mentor, Mrs. Sindhu Joseph, presented a beautiful dance tribute to the Covid-19 warriors. This lockdown video presentation was released by our Principal, Rev. Dr.Santhan Charuvil on May 7, 2020.


The morning of May 15 witnessed the public release of another lockdown video. The music faculty of the school ,Mrs. Manju Thomas combined the school choir members and brought out this video .The school choir melodiously chanted 'Memories' evoking feelings of nostalgia. A feeling of close bonding lingered as the SCV family listened to the rhythmic song.

The place where they belong

A message centred video was brought out on May 22, 2020, under the guidance of the Music Mentor, Mrs. Manju Thomas. Filled with vivid scenes of a Malayali's life, it acknowledged the great part played by the "Pravasis" in the development of our state. Principal, Rev.Dr. Santhan Charuvil , conveyed a warm introductory message in this lockdown video.

Faculty Empowerment Programme

Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya always implement a range of training programmes to enhance the quality of the teaching process. The programmes include not only digital literacy, but also personality development, pedagogy, child psychology, child attention, time management etc. Eminent speakers like Mr. Sarosh John Chittilappilli, Marketing Editor of Ratna Sagar publications, Mr. Rajith Karunakaran Nair, Regional Mentor of Change, Atal Tinkering Lab, AIM, Mr. Sabu George and Mrs. Shyla from Skyline College handled the sessions. These Faculty Development programmes encouraged the mentors to gain knowledge on the subject areas and provide innovative approaches to develop the right pedagogical tools for the teaching - learning process.

Unlocking arts and crafts with kids during lockdown

"The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul".

The tiny tots of Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya proved that no pandemic can take away their happiness and creativity. They have created a variety of art works using eggshells, chart paper, colour paper etc. The artwork was created as per the directions send by the Art & Craft Mentors- Mrs. Geena Flower E.C. & Mrs. Mary Matilda through the Class WhatsApp group. Later, the children sent their works in their class group and videos were prepared based on the creative works done by the students

The Melody of Life

"Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame." - B.K.S. Iyengar

The chief guest for International Yoga Day, Mr K.K. Santhosh, National Judge, Indian Yoga Federation, delineated that yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Yuja' and yoga embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and wellbeing.

The guest demonstrated a variety of strenuous Asanas such as tadasana, vrikshasana, sedhu bandha, sarvangasana and many more. Sithara B Fatima (X A) and Meera B Fatima of (VIII A) also performed artistic yoga based on the theme for International Yoga Day 2020:"Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family."

Poetry of Reality

The Science club of the academic year, 'Smart Inventors 2K20' plans to enable students to explore things, and adopt a more rational approach towards understanding their surroundings through various contests and activities during the lockdown time.The activities of the Science club was inaugurated by Dr. Rajeev Kumar Sukumaran, Principal Scientist and Head, CSIR- National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology on July 25, 2020. Sri. Punnoose P. Mani, Rtd. Senior Scientist, VSSC, Trivandrum also spoke during the occasion.

Evolution of Science involves deep knowledge. To elevate scientific proficiency, 'Thought for the Week' is presented regularly. Devarshi Raju of XI A and Parthiv Raju of X D kindled their talents by designing a prototype of pen dispenser.

To provide a platform to discuss various topics including discoveries, facts, myths, inventions, etc. and carry out scientific experiments along with their peers, the club plans to come up with two competitions in the month of September- 'Online Science Fair' and 'Be a Smart Inventor'


Eureka wrote history and so did the 119 students of XII A, B & C by bringing out the Science dictionary-

a specialized dictionary covering terms in the life, earth, and physical sciences.

Principal, Rev. Dr. Santhan Charuvil, released the Science Dictionary on May 2, 2020.


Students of classes IX A, B, C & D pursued their epistomiphilia for Science by releasing Science Album on June 27, 2020. The album includes the list of Nobel Laureates who made outstanding contributions in the field of Physics, Chemistry, Medicine/ Physiology from 1901 to 2019.

Mathematics-Poetry of logical ideas

To encourage and enhance students' understanding of Maths and motivate them to realize how important it is to think critically, the Maths club of the academic year plans to come up with innovative works. Students of class X A, B, C & D prepared a Math e-magazine named 'History of Mathematics ' and students of class IX A, B,C & D came up with a video, 'Mathematics in a wink of an eye'. Principal, Rev. Dr. Santhan Charuvil released the magazine and the video on July 23, 2020. He also appreciated the Maths club Convenor, Mrs. Asha Scaria, the other Mentors and the students for their wonderful initiative.

Nature Club@SCV 2020-21 inaugurated!

The Nature Club at Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya was officially inaugurated by Ms. Reney R Pillai, Deputy Director, Wildlife Education, Office of the Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife), Thiruvananthapuram on July 8, 2020. The overall mission of the NATURE CLUB @SCV is to provide opportunity for our students to get a better perspective of the nature. We believe that the nature teaches life's lessons in its own subtle ways and enables our students to share their responsibilities in maintaining an eco- friendly campus.

The inauguration was online, in compliance with the COVID protocol. The meeting was presided over by the Principal, Rev. Dr. Santhan Charuvil and was blessed by the Bursar, Rev. Fr. Koshy Chirakkarottu. Sri. Viju Varma, President, Nature, Environment and Wildlife Society of India (NEWSI) delivered the keynote message on the occasion.

The chief guest,Ms. Reney R Pillai, also launched the Tree Diary Project envisaged by the Nature Club. Sri. Viju Varma also applauded the Nature Club functionaries for such an innovative project that would encourage students to adopt a tree and then journal its development life-long.

Lockdown Challenges busts Stress

COVID 19 and the subsequent lockdown created a stressful time for everyone. However, Nature Club@SCV was determined to bust the stress and keep the students engaged during this lockdown. First in the series, was Lockdown Challenge #1 - Almanac Preparation of Domesticated Elephants in Kerala was launched on 19th May 2020. 19 Nature Club members submitted their entries.

On June 5th, being the World Environment Day, the club launched its Lockdown Challenge #2 - a Home Video Challenge with the theme Home Gardening/Plant a Tree. The club received an overwhelming response and the entries challenged the judging panel to identify the winners. 48 students participated under three different categories. Principal, Rev. Dr. Santhan Charuvil declared the results during the inaugural ceremony of Nature Club on July 8th, 2020 and congratulated Ms. Usha Nair, In-Charge, Nature Club for organizing such innovative programmes.

The results are as follows:

Category I (Classes I - IV)
Name Class & Division Position
Niranjana K.S. 4C First
Ishaan Nandakishor & SreeVinayak 3B & 1A Second
Hridya K.S. 2D Third
Category II (Classes V-VII)
Name Class & Division Position
Niranjan Pillai 7C First
Aaradhana S. S. 5D Second
Gokul Krishna N. S. 6B Third
Category III (Classes VIII-X)
Name Class & Division Position
Archa Asok 9A First
Niyatha Viju 9C First
Megha M Biju 8D Second
Keerthana. S. 9B Third
Madhav R. 9B Third

The Tree Diary Project

Nature Club@ SCV envisages many programmes, initiatives and projects give our students to participate and contribute to the conservation of nature. We are equipping our students to act as Nature Club Ambassadors and go to their immediate community and spread such messages. One such programme is the recently launched Tree Diary Project.

The Tree Diary project launched by Ms. Reney R Pillai, Deputy Director, Wildlife Education, Chief Guest, Nature Club inauguration.

Students joining the Tree Diary Project are required to adopt a tree in their neighbourhood and journals all relevant data pertaining to that tree throughout its lifecycle in the prescribed format. Students are encouraged to post the picture of the adopted trees during its different milestones. The participants of this project acquire data recording skills and understand different developmental phases of trees. This project was lauded by the renowned environmentalist Mr. Ravi Panakkal and many other nature lovers. The Tree Diary Project is active now and those interested can still join this programme. Those interested students are directed to contact Ms. Usha Nair, the Club Convenor for more details.

Nature Club@SCV footprints in Social Media

To showcase various activities of the Nature Club@SCV, the club launched an FB page. This content rich FB page provides news, photos, videos and announcements of previously held events and upcoming events. The FB page also provides entries submitted by students of various competitions. Nature Club members were also provided an opportunity to design the FB Profile Cover Photo. The objective of having a dedicated FB page is to spread our school's name among nature lovers and beyond. Our FB page can be reached at https://www.facebook.com/SCV-Nature-Club-103248424812394

Nature Club Ambassadors attended International Tiger Day Confab

The Nature Club ambassadors participated in the online discussion to commemorate the International Tiger Day on July 29 at 7 pm. The programme provided the student ambassadors a golden opportunity to discuss with the world-renowned environmentalists on "The Journey so far and the road ahead".

The panelists included Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan award winner Dr. A.J.T. Johnsingh, National award winner Mr. Subbiah Nalla Muthu and other eminent environmentalists, including Dr. Sanjay Shukla, Mr. Kedar Gore, and Mr. Rahul.The programme was moderated by Prof. Jitender Govindani, Director Academics, ICBM - SBE and the renowned wildlife photographer.

Sarvodites' prepare Almanac on Domesticated Elephants in Kerala

World Elephant Day is an international annual event on August 12, dedicated to the preservation and protection of the world's elephants. The Nature Club at Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya observed this year's World Elephant day. A lockdown challenge engaged the students to prepare an information rich almanac on selected domesticated elephants in Kerala. Rev. Dr Santhan Charuvil, Principal, in his World Elephant Day message said "through this lockdown challenge, we encouraged our students and their parents do research and to develop a conservation ethic based on local knowledge on domesticated elephants in Kerala." Declaring the winners, Rev. Father urged the students to carry forward the torch to document, admire and protect our elephants. The results of the Lockdown Challenge #1 - "Preparation of Almanac on Domesticated Elephants" are as follows:

Category I (Class 1-4) - WINNERS
Name Class & Division Position
Niranjana KS IV C First
Adrin Tom Jaison III A Second
Andria Maria Jaison III A Third
Category III (Class 8-10) - WINNERS
Name Class & Division Position
Niranjana KS IV C First
Adrin Tom Jaison III A Second
Andria Maria Jaison III A Third

Good Morning with 'Shivam Lakshmi Ayyappan'!

Nature Club at Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya, on World Elephant Day(August 12) went LIVE on Facebook with a programme titled "Good Morning with Shivam Lakshmi Ayyappan". The Live stream introduced to FB viewers, one of the top ranked domesticated elephants in Kerala, Shivam Lakshmi Ayyappan from Varkala. The programme was hosted by Ms. Usha Nair, Nature Club Convenor, gave viewers a chance to learn about this 'Gigantic Wonder'. Sri. Shivajith S, the owner of the elephant was interviewed by Sri. Rajit Karunakaran, a well-known corporate trainer and an elephant lover. Sri. Shivajith detailed Shivam Lakshmi Ayyappan's diet, daily routine, lifestyle, likes and dislikes. Shivajith also shared with us his childhood memories playing with young Ayyappan who joined them at the age of 15. The caretaker of the Shivam Lakshmi Ayyappan also explained about the special care given during the period of musth. Abhav Nair(X A) fed the elephant representing the student community. It was a new experience for our students, parents and teachers. The Live streaming went viral and till date more than 3000 viewers watched this programme in Facebook. The club received rave reviews from many places, including the Malayalee diaspora staying in the United States.

Ongoing Competition - Finger Print 2020 - Digital Poster Competition

Nature Club@SCV plans to organise a Digital Poster Competition titled "Finger Print 2020" to give an opportunity for the tech savvy and digital art enthusiast to present their skills. This year's theme of 'FingerPrint 2020' is Planet Earth. Participants can design and post their entries in our FB Page with the hashtag #scvnaturefingerprint2020. The poster that gets more likes will win exciting prizes! Notification regarding the same will come soon.

'Eat Healthy Campaign' for Teachers

Teachers play a crucial role in nation building. Teaching is a cognitively complex profession. Especially during COVID 19 lockdown, the pressure of online classes drains our teachers' energy and so it's essential to prime their brain and body with the right food. Nature Club@SCV is conducting a very unique competition for teachers "Eat Healthy Challenge" and encourages teachers to grow microgreens at home. Participating teachers will post videos on microgreens growing in the Facebook page and invite his/her friends and relatives to like the post. The objective of this competition is to remind the teachers and through them, their immediate circle of friends and relatives the importance of healthy eating. Winners will be announced on September 5, being the Teacher's Day.

Reading Day Celebrations

Sri. K. Jayakumar IAS (Retd.), Former Chief Secretary and renowned poet, inaugurated the Malayala Sahitya Samajam of Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya on June 19, 2020. The chief guest stressed on the importance of daily reading and urged the students to develop their minds by making themselves a part of the intellectual explosion. Rev. Dr. Santhan Charuvil, Principal, reminded the students that reading results in personality development. Sri P.N. Panicker, Father of the Library Movement of Kerala and Sri. Kunjunni Mash, noted poet, were fondly remembered during this occasion. An e-reading platform was opened wherein students from classes I to XII could access a wide range of books. Various online competitions were open to the students immediately after the inaugural ceremony. The results were announced on 24 June 2020. The occasion provided a good opportunity to the participants as well as the presenters to display their creativity and love for the Malayalam language.

Results of the competitions held in connection with Reading day celebration:

Category I: Elocution (Malayalam)
  • I- Sudev V. P.(VI A)
  • II- Adi Laxman(VI A)
  • III- Aaliya Fathima(VI D)
Category II: Recitation( Malayalam)
  • I- Sauparnika Suresh( X D)
  • II- Hanna Sajan( X B)
  • III- Ananya Vinu(X B)
Category III: Recitation( Malayalam)
  • I- Dinah Mariam Sony(XII B)
  • II- Ananthalakshmi(XII A)

25. Virtual classrooms: World of better learning

As usual, we were expecting a normal academic year 2020-21. But then, the shades of Wuhan fell in different parts of the country and we were forced to follow certain protocols like social distancing, wearing masks in public places etc to prevent the spread of this pandemic COVID-19. The management arranged a motivational cum counselling class on how to get acquainted with the Online Classes. Dr. Arun B. Nair, Psychiatrist, Medical College, Trivandrum, handled a very fruitful session on 'The unexpected online classes and its impact among the students.'He urged the students to resort to the Desktop/ Laptop as far as possible and also to abstain from the Mobile Phones so as to reduce eye strain. To avoid distractions, he advised the students as well as the teachers to mute the various notifications and advertisements. The duration for the class suggested was 45 minutes to one-hour in order to have better retention capacity. After each period, a short break is needed for relaxing and stretching the body. He also urged the students to keep the eyes closed for 5 to 10 seconds to have a quick relaxation. While preparing notes, the main points can be jotted down. The interactive session shall be arranged towards the concluding part of each class. A regular exercise is badly needed to keep away from frustrations and to enhance concentration. Mindful breathing can be inculcated to enhance concentration. Deep breaths help in reducing stress considerably. Seven to eight hours of sleep is required to maintain verbal memory.

SCV tried craft, music, yoga and counselling session as kids struggle with online classes

As learning goes online, to keep students away from schools and safe at home, primary and kindergarten children barely out of their toddler years are struggling to make sense of this new version of school, which not so long ago meant playing, reciting poems and making clay models with friends. While senior students wrap their heads around education through Google meet and Webex sessions and virtual interactions on laptops and smartphones, educators and parents feel it is a challenge to explain the complexity of issues surrounding the coronavirus forced lockdown to the younger ones. Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya was ready with a solution for that. The school started off with Craft sessions by Mrs. Geena Flower & Mrs. Mary Matilda, Yoga sessions by Mr. Sajin Prasad,Music classes by Mrs. Manju Thomas and Dance classes by Mrs. Sindhu Joseph along with counselling sessions and other educational videos to keep the students engaged and help their lives fall into a routine similar to that before the lockdown.