5 batchmates arrive at Cambridge from Gurugram-based school – Times of India

New Delhi: Cambridge University, one of the world’s most prestigious educational institutions, has welcomed five students from the same batch of Gurugram-based schools.

The event, which is unprecedented, marked a new landmark for Pathways World School, Araballi. This exceptional achievement is a matter of great pride for the school, which has an outstanding track record in academics and other related work.

The International Bachelor’s Diploma Program (IBDP) was a common factor among the five batchmates admitted to Cambridge University, ranked fourth according to the QS World University Rankings 2022. Students take IBDP, which is considered to be the most balanced, universal and most challenging pre-university program. Nowadays, many students who aim to enter Ivy League institutions follow IBDP because it helps them develop a deeper perspective, broader perspective and vast knowledge base towards their respective course programs.



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Among the students who were admitted to the university were Bedika G. Mandapati, Aniruddha Bhalekar, Akrit Agarwal, Tusti Hari and Baruska Bhushan. Among them, Bedika G. The second highest scorer, Aniruddha Valekar, has scored 44 runs in IBDP and is studying engineering at Peterhouse College. Akrit Agarwal, who scored 2 in IBDP, is graduating in Economics from Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge University, UK.

Tusti Hari, who scored 2 runs in IBDP, was accepted for Psychological and Behavioral Sciences at Homerton College, University of Cambridge, UK. However, due to being a minor, he withdrew his offer to join in September 2022. Barushka Bhushan, who scored a run in IBDP, has chosen political science from the Science Po of the Paris Institute of Political Studies in France. These students show deep respect and esteem for how these students have exercised prudence in selecting relevant courses according to their learning needs, personality traits, mindset and career choices.

In addition to these five Stalwarts, other students have received offers from the world’s most sought-after institutions such as Johns Hopkins, New York University, University of Southern California, London School of Economics, King’s College London and the University of Warwick. At the time of recent college application submissions, 139 students in the 2021 class of Pathways World School, Arawali received more than 532 offers.

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