Hall of Fame

Achievements in Sports

Prakaash Sarran - Lawn Tennis

Prakaash Sarran (currently in Grade 9), was the finalist of doubles and semi-finalist of singles at ITF, at Brazzaville, Congo in June 2023. His partner was from the Netherlands, his opponents were from GBR and Madagascar. Prakaash was the youngest player in the tournament. This is his first trophy at international level under 18.

In June 2023, Prakaash made an international ITF (under-18) ranking of 2964 in his very first tournament in Uganda.

Prakash made his international debut in the Asian tournament in Malaysia, and won the bronze medal. His current Asian tennis ranking is 13. In February 2023, he won the doubles National Series under 16 in Chennai and was awarded by the iconic former tennis player Vijay Amritraj.

In January 2023, Prakaash became Asia’s number 3 and the highest-ranked Indian in under 14 Boys, in the ranking released by the Asian Tennis Federation. Prakaash emerged number 1 in Karnataka U- 12 Boys in 2021.

Prakaash Sarran was declared number 1 in Karnataka and number 12 in India in Tennis by All India Tennis Association on 11th January 2021.

Shreya B - Gymnastics

Shreya won a silver medal in Aerobics Gymnastics National Championship 2023 for Karnataka State.

From 30th Jan – 6th Feb 2023 Shreya participated in the 5th Khelo India Youth Games 2022 in Gwalior and secured All India Rank 15.

In 2021, Shreya won four gold medals, one silver medal, and an individual championship in state-level selections for the National Gymnastics Championship.

In 2018, Shreya clinched 2 silver medals in state level Dasara Games CM Cup.

Shreya won 6 gold medals and 1 silver medal in the state-level Mini Olympics in 2019.

In 2019, Shreya won a bronze medal (Sub Junior Category-Under 12) in International Tournament – The Indian Rhythmic Gymnastics Cup. The event witnessed as many as 67 participants, out of which 15 gymnasts were from Italy, Slovenia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia, apart from India.

Nikita Shanbhag - Gymnastics

Nikita Shanbhag won the Gold in State championship in the trio category (under 17). She got selected for Nationals, and ranked top 10 in the 16th Aerobic Gymnastics National Championship 2021-22 conducted in Bangalore, hosted by Gymnastics Association of Karnataka.

Nikita won the Silver in the trio category and Bronze in the individual category (under 17) in State Championship and ranked top 10 in India during the 17th Aerobic Gymnastics National Championship 2022-23 conducted in Bangalore. In 2022, Nikita represented the school in CBSE National Artistic Gymnastics Championship (under 19) conducted in Hyderabad.

Nikita represented the school in CBSE National Aerobic Gymnastic Championship and placed 7th out of more than 60 participants from all over the country in 2022.

Riyanshika Verma - Squash

Student of NPS KRM from 2016-17 to 2022-23

Riyanshika Verma won the Dunlop SAK Interschool Squash Championship 2022 trophy in the Junior Girls category. She also earned the bronze medal in the Girls Under 13 category (3rd place finish) in the Junior National Squash Championship 2022.

Riyanshika was crowned GU-13 squash champion of Karnataka for the second consecutive year. It was her 4th championship win in a row, in 2022.

In 2021, Riyanshika won Karnataka State Squash Championship in the girls under 13 (GU-13) in 2021.

Ruhaan Alva - Kart Racing

Student of NPS KRM from 2012-13 to 2020-21

Ruhaan Alva (Grade 8) won the second round of the X30 National Championship in the Junior Category in 2019-20.

In 2017-18, Ruhaan (Grade 6) emerged as vice-champion in the Easykart 60 category in the Easykart Championship concluded in Italy. In the nine-round championships, Ruhaan was supported by Birel Art. He was also nominated for the CNBC TV18 MOTORSPORT AWARD. He was nominated along with 3 of the best drivers from India competing abroad. Ruhaan was the youngest driver to be nominated.

Birel Art, an Italian racing organisation took Ruhaan Alva in 2016-17 as their factory driver for India’s Rotax Max National Championship and select races in Europe.

Ruhaan became part of the Fusion Motor Sport Company in the United Kingdom in 2014-15. With this he became the first Indian to be selected by an international team in his age group to participate in Go-Karting.


Pranav Anand (Grade 11) is India’s 76th Grand Master with a world rank of 478. He scored an unbeaten 8/9 to win the 56th Biel International Chess Festival Rapid Open (RAP) 2023.

In 2018-19, Hita Juneja (Grade 11) won in multiple categories in the CBSE Zonal/ Cluster Aquatic Under 19 Championship. She was placed 2nd in 400m Freestyle, 2nd in 800 m Freestyle, 2nd in 50 m Backstroke, 2nd in 100 m Backstroke, and 2nd in 200 m Backstroke.

Anika Khandekar (Grade 9) was selected by the Karate Federation of India to represent India at the World Youth Karate Camp and World Youth Karate Cup at Umag, Croatia in 2017-18.

Trisha M. (Grade 7) represented Karnataka in the National Level Karate Tournament organized by the Karate Federation of India which is affiliated to the Federation Okinawa Karate Shorin Ryu Shorinkan, South Asia. She won a gold medal in Kumite, the contact fight, and secured a silver medal in Katas, the combination fight in 2015-16.

Anisha D. Karumbiah and Poorvisha S. Ram won the All-India CBSE National Badminton Championship in 2008-09.

Poorvisha S. Ram secured the first position in Under - 14 individual championship in CBSE National Badminton Tournament in 2008-09.