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Kalki 1st in tricity with 98 pc
Tribune News Service

Aradhana Gupta
Aradhana Gupta (97.8%)

Harsimran Bhatia (97.8%)

Shagun (97.6%)

Chandigarh, May 26
Once again, city girls have made a clean sweep of the top slots in the CBSE Class X examinations, the result of which was declared today. Kalki Kukreja, a student of Sacred Heart School, Sector 26, topped the tricity with 98 per cent.

“I was very regular at school and tried not to miss my classes. Even if I did, I made sure that the lesson was thoroughly done and redone to my satisfaction.

Also, I don’t think being a bookworm helps. Suspending all other activities begins to weigh on one’s mind and one ends up wasting more time than actually learning anything,” she said.

Harsimran Bhatia of St Anne’s School, Sector 32, who shares second position with Aradhana Gupta of Carmel Convent School, Sector 9, with 97.8 per cent is the daughter of a doctor couple.

She said though she was anxious about appearing for the boards, but she went into the hall content with the feeling that she had to give it her best shot.

Aradhana Gupta is not too happy with the result as she was expecting more marks. Shagun from Sacred Heart School is third with 97.6 per cent. “I want to become a doctor.

I studied throughout the year for three to four hours and participated in co-curricular activities.

I was also a member of the school NCC.

Consistency, I think, is the secret of my success,” she said.



Punjab board Class XII results
Rural girl beats odds
Rajmeet Singh
Tribune News Service

Harpreet Kaur, who stood first in Mohali in Punjab education board Class XII examinations, with her parents at Manouli village, Mohali. A Tribune photograph

Durali (Mohali), May 26
Her udaan has begun. Today when the merit list of Class XII result of the Punjab School Education Board was released, 18- year-old Harpreet Kaur, who hails from a humble rural background, saw her dreams taking shape.

Hailing from the family of a daily wage earner, she has stood 16th in Punjab and is first in Mohali district by securing 87.7 per cent in the science stream.

Deprived of education facilities enjoyed by her counterparts in the urban areas, Harpreet made her shortcoming her strength. “I concentrated on my studies and did without tuitions. I have been excelling since middle class,” she told The Tribune.

Describing her as a bright student, her teacher at Government Senior Secondary School, Manauli, said she had been a promising girl from the beginning. She secured 86 per cent in Class X. She also secured a scholarship of Rs 26,000 from the state government. She has been a regular participant at science melas.

Her father Lakhbir Singh and mother Rajinder Singh were grateful to God and were busy accepting congratulations from villagers.



Professional Rivalry
One arrested for killing 2 taxi drivers
Tribune News Service

Pardeep Kumar, one of the suspects involved in a double murder case, in the custody of the crime branch at Sector 11, Chandigarh, on Tuesday. A Tribune photograph

Chandigarh, May 26
Professional rivalry led a Sector 45-based taxi driver to allegedly hatch a conspiracy with three others to kill two fellow drivers before dumping their bodies at separate places in Haryana on May 16.

The UT SSP, SS Srivastva, said the accused offered drinks mixed with cigarette ash to the victims. They then killed one of the victims, 35-year-old Devinder Singh of Sohana, at their Sector 52 house and later dumped the body in a rivulet at Shambu near Ambala and burnt it.

The other victim, 29-year-old Amar Lal of Sector 46-D, was taken to Morni hills in a semi-conscious condition, where he was bludgeoned to death with stones before throwing his body into a gorge.

The blind double murder case, however, was detected today when the Chandigarh police arrested a prime accused, 23-year-old Lalit Kumar of Sector 52, who confessed to the murder. Acting on his information, the police arrested his accomplice, 22-year-old Pardeep Kumar, alias Dimple, from Hamirpur in Himachal.

Lalit told the police that he and Dimple, besides two other youngsters from Mogli, and Anil Kumar called Devinder and Amar Lal to his house for drinks in the afternoon of May 16. After several drinks, they took Devinder to a room and hit him on the head with a baton. They then strangled him and locked the body in the room and left Dimple there to guard the room.

Later, they took Amar Lal, who was in semi-conscious and bundled him into the car of Devinder Singh and set off to Morni. They killed him at a secluded place and dumped the body. Thereafter, they took Devinder’s body and disposed it of near Shambu before leaving for the native village of Lalit near Ghaziabad.

The police said Lalit had planned to sell the car there, but they could not sell it for want of proper documents. They reportedly abandoned the car near a barrier on the Ghaziabad-Delhi road.

The SSP said the families of the victims initially lodged a missing persons reports on May 21. Two days later, they lodged a fresh complaint expressing suspicion, following which the police registered a case of kidnapping.

A police officer said the mobile phones of the victims were switched off raising doubt. During interrogation, Lalit told the police that he was at home that day while Dimple had gone on a tour to Himachal. However, Lalit’s mobile phone details showed his location elsewhere, including Shambu, that day.

During further interrogation, he confessed to the crime.

The DSP (crime), KIP Singh, said a police team along with forensic experts took Lalit to Shambhu and recovered the remnants of Devinder’s body. The victim’s skull would be sent to experts for superimposition with the victim’s photographs. The police would also confirm his identity after matching the DNA profile of the bone samples.

The DSP said the Morni police had recovered Amar Lal’s body the next day and after waiting for 48 hours, cremated it. The police had taken photographs of the victim and had his clothes in its custody.

The Morni police had registered a case of murder and had given the description of the victim on telephone, which matched with Amar Lal.



Foreign tourists among six drugged on train
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
Two British nationals, besides four others, were reportedly drugged on the Chandigarh-Dehradun special train. The incident came to light when the railway staff found the victims in a semi-conscious state during the inspection of the train at the Chandigarh railway station this afternoon.

Two of the victims have been referred to the PGI while the rest were admitted to the General Hospital at Sector 6 of Panchkula.

According to the railway police, no loss of valuables has been reported yet. The victims were not fit enough to record their statements. Only after recording their statements could the police identify the place where the crime was committed.

Sources, however, said a victim stated that a woman with a child offered them some biscuits and asked for a mobile phone from a passenger, saying that her phone was not working in the area. Thereafter, they all fell unconscious and were woken up at the railway station.

The victims have been identified as 25-year-old Charlotte and 22-year-old Sophie, both sisters, Saroj, Sandeep, Nutan and Geeta. Charlotte and Sophie have been in India since April 29 and were on their way to Manali. They all were coming from Hardwar.



Students give two hoots to traffic norms
G.S. Paul
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
All efforts by the Chandigarh Administration to assimilate road safety with education fall flat if one goes by the massive traffic violations by the schoolchildren. It is evident to mention that in 2007, UT administrator Gen SF Rodrigues (retd) had released a book titled “Road Safety-Our Concern”, to be introduced it in the curricula of Class VI onwards to inculcate traffic sense in students.

The book, since 2007, is a part of the students’ syllabus but its practical implications could well be witnessed at the dividing road between Sector 10 and 11.

At about 1 pm, when school hours are over, hoards of students of Government Senior Secondary School (GMSSS), Sector 10, on their bicycles prefer the “wrong-side shortcut”, putting theirs as well as others’ life in danger.

Director Public Instructions (schools) Samwarthak Singh, when apprised of this hazard, admitted that the students needed to be taught traffic norms in connivance with the traffic cops. “As an immediate measure, I will ask the engineering department to put up grills on all dividers which fall near the schools so that children should not take such risks,” he said.

GMSSS-10 principal Indira Beniwal was aware of this serious risk taken by students of her school but said the police too was helpless. “I have brought this matter to the notice of Sector 3 SHO many a times and requested for one or two cops who could manage the traffic during the open and closure hours of the school. But they had showed their inability to help us because of shortage of staff and the noon time being their lunch hours,” she said.

Having different school of thought, JS Cheema, DSP, traffic, said barring few schools, the traffic management found the last place in their agenda. “Keeping in mind the safety of the children, I would monitor such traffic hazard myself. But school management, too, are least bother to take an initiative to let the children know about the consequences of such risky acts,” he said.

“As per the Supreme Court and High Court directions, it is mandatory to make traffic control committee comprising teachers as well as senior school students. Their job would be to regulate the traffic near schools one hour prior to school opening and one hour after the school hours. But I wonder, if all schools follow these guidelines,” he added.



Dr Chug to be Haryana’s DG health
Saurabh Malik
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
Dr Veena Chug will now be Haryana, director-general, health service-I. An undertaking to this effect was given by the counsel for the state of Haryana before Justice Ajay Tewari of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, on a petition filed by Dr Chug. She had brought under the high court’s scanner the appointment of Dr Narveer Singh as director-general, health.

Among the grounds she chose to throw a challenge over the appointment were supersession and lack of jurisdiction. She had also claimed “person junior to her has been made the director-general”.

In her petition against the state of Haryana and Dr Narveer Singh, she had asserted the order dated November 26, issued by the state, ought to be quashed as she had been superseded. She had added the order was in contravention to the rules and the laid down law. It was issued without any reason and jurisdiction.

In the petition, Dr Chug had also sought directions to the state to promote her to the post of the director-general.

The petitioner had contended she was eligible to be promoted to the post. Dr Chug had asserted she was, in fact, the senior-most against the cadre post as per the rules. Elaborating, the petitioner said her sole grievance was that she was Additional Director-General, Health. As such, she was the “senior-most contender” and was liable to be promoted after the post fell vacant with the retirement of Dr Avinash Sharma on November 30.

Going into the background of the matter, the counsel for the petitioner contended that Dr Chug’s case for promotion was put up before the Principal Secretary on November 26. It was then forwarded to the minister-in-charge for consideration. From there, the case went to the chief minister’s office.

It was in the chief minister’s office that Dr Narveer Singh was ordered to be appointed as the director-general, health.



Missing Names
EC sends letters to include voters
Smriti Sharma
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
The election commission office has devised a new way to reach out to those who could not vote in the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections.

It has sent letters to thousands of city residents whose names have been missing from the voters’ list, as a result of which they could not exercise their franchise.

The recent elections in the city saw a large number of voters who couldn’t cast their ballot as they found their names missing from the voters’ list.

Still, there were others whose names were there in the list but could not vote due to the absence of voters’ ID.

Now, the commission has sent letters to city residents whose names have been missing from the voters’ list.

Sources said thousands of letters along with the form to register for fresh voters have been sent to residents.

The commission has, however, not specified any stipulated time period for returning the duly-filled forms.

Sources claim that this has been done to ensure that no resident who is eligible to vote is left out.

Though the letters were despatched some time ago, only 45 forms duly filled by the voters have been returned to the commssion office so far.

However, officials at the commission office maintained that in due course of time they would start getting more forms.

“We are expecting as many forms as we have sent. It will just take some time but we hope it will work,” said an official on the condition of anonymity.

The city recorded a record 65 per cent voting during the elections. Poll observers maintained that the percentage could have been higher had those who could not vote due to various discrepancies been able to excercise their franchise.



Drive against water-borne diseases
Our Correspondent

Mohali, May 26
As many as 118 teams would be operating in various parts of Mohali district during a campaign being launched by the health department to create awareness among people about dengue, malaria and other water-borne diseases.

These teams would be covering all villages of the district in June, which is being observed as an anti-malaria month by the department.

The aim is to educate people, especially of the rural areas, regarding the spread of diseases, which could be controlled to a large extent if people made efforts to check breeding of mosquitoes.

These teams would also be active in July, which would be observed as the anti-dengue month.

District health officer, Dr SP Surila, said here that a meeting had been called for May 27, which would be chaired by Mohali Deputy Commissioner Prabhjot Singh Mand to discuss various issues relating to the health of the people.

He said officials from various departments were requested to attend the meeting so that each department could play its role to control the spread of such diseases.

He said the executive officer of the Municipal Council would be asked to ensure clean drinking water in Mohali in order to control the spread of water-borne diseases.

SDOs of the public health department would also be asked to remain alert as far as the supply of clean drinking water was concerned.



Flag march in Ram Darbar after clash
Ramanjit Singh Sidhu
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
Less than 24 hours after miscreants indulged in bloody clashes at Dadu Majra and in the emergency ward of the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital, Sector 16, late last night, two groups of youngsters resorted to stone-pelting following an altercation over an old feud at Ram Darbar today.

Within minutes of the massage of stone-pelting flashing at the police control room, a heavy posse of police equipped with riot control vehicles reached the locality. The police held a flag march in the locality.

Residents of the locality said stone pelting and group clashes were commonplace in the locality.

The youths were playing in the Ram Lila ground, when all of a sudden tempers frayed and they began assaulting each others.

In a matter of seconds, youngsters brandishing swords, batons and rods roamed the locality, assaulting anyone who came their way.

Several persons, including the youths, suffered minor injuries and disappeared in alleys after seeing the police. However, the police claimed no one was hurt in the clash.

DSP (South) Jaswant Singh Khaira told the TNS that the police arrested three youths - Deepak, Kamal, alias Thapa, and Kabadi - after taking preventive measures for apprehension of breach of peace against them.

The youths were involved in a group clash recently when two groups of hooligans from Phase I and II indulged in stone pelting. He said they were looking for another miscreants.

Meanwhile, residents and shopkeepers of the the DMC closed the market and staged a protest against police inaction.

They kept their shops closed till 1 pm in protest and raised slogans against the police. They opened the shops when the DSP (South) assured them of deployment of more force in the locality.

The police said a PCR Gypsy along with five police personnel would permanently deployed in the area to curb any incident of violable before it could spread further.

The police has arrested 13 persons for the last-night violence and registered cross-cases of rioting and hurt against both sides.

The accused were today produced before a local court, which remanded them in judicial custody.

Hooligans and rowdy elements have been virtually ruling the roost in these areas, as the local police seems to have failed to curb the rising incidents of lawlessness.



Housing for Poor
CHB to facilitate execution of Central scheme
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
The Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) will play the role of facilitator for effective implementation of the Government of India, Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation formulated scheme “Interest Subsidy Scheme for Housing the Urban Poor (ISHUP)”.

The scheme aims at providing cheap home loan with Central Government subsidy to economically weaker sections (EWS)/low income group (LIG) for acquisition or construction of house to such beneficiaries who do not own a house in their name or in the name of their spouse or dependent children.

With the assistance of the NHB and HUDCO, the CHB will pass out benefits envisaged to the EWS/LIG beneficiaries in the forthcoming housing plan under the said schemes in Sector-63, Maloya and Dhanas.

Under the scheme, the economic parameters for eligible EWS beneficiaries are households having an average monthly income up to Rs 3,300 and that for LIG beneficiaries are households having an average monthly income between Rs 3,301-7,300.

A meeting to sensitise all states/UTs about the various aspects of the scheme and to ensure smooth passage of benefits under the scheme was conducted by Government of India.

The meeting was attended by UT Finance-cum-Engineering Secretary Sanjay Kumar along with officers of the CHB. He said the scheme was an effort to create an enabling and supportive environment for expanding credit flow to the housing sector and for increasing home ownership in the country under its important policy agenda for providing “affordable housing for all”.

Sanjay Kumar said the scheme would provide a housing loan, with subsidised interest, for a period of 15-20 years with a maximum limit of Rs 1 lakh to an EWS individual for a house of at least 25 sq m. Furthermore, the scheme lays down that for a LIG individual the maximum loan amount admissible will be Rs 1.6 lakh for a house of at least 40 sq m.



Meeting to review beautification
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
Home Secretary Ram Niwas convened a meeting to review the beautification and upgrade of Sector 17. The MC Commissioner said tenders for civil works for the upgrade of Sector 17 (A and B) had been received and the allotment had been kept pending as the architectural drawings were yet to be finalised by the UT Chief Architect.

The Home Secretary directed the Chief Architect to finalise the drawing within 10 days. To ensure that signages of shops were uniform, the Home Secretary directed the Chief Architect to convene a meeting of the market associations in this regard. The feasibility of holding weekend cultural shows at the Sector-17 plaza and replacing the old police beat box were also discussed at the meeting.



Featherweights observe 23rd anniversary
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
“Featherweights”, the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) only unit operating the heavy-lift Mi 26 helicopter, celebrated its 23rd anniversary with a great military pageantry and pride here. A barakhana for airmen and their families and a social evening at the Officers’ Mess were among the events organised to commemorate the event.

Air Cmde SRK Nair, Air Officer Commanding, 12 Wing, Chandigarh, was the chief guest on the occasion.



Tobacco Act
Pubs, discos raided
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
Raids were conducted on 10 pubs and four discos across the city to check the violation of the Control of Tobacco Products Act (COTPA).

Shahenshah Bar and Pub, Sector 17, and bar of Jullundur Hotel, Sector 22, were challaned for improper signages relating to “no smoking”. Mission Disco, Sector 9, was also challaned for keeping ashtrays. Also, a person was found smoking at the disco.

Another disco, Voodoo’s, Sector 26, was challaned as it neither had proper signage nor proper segregation of the smoking area as per the provisions of the COTPA.



Video link for Burail Jail, district courts soon

Chandigarh, May 26
In a significant development that may go a long way in speedy disposal of justice, the Chandigarh administration is introducing video conferencing facility at the Burail Jail and the district courts here.

At a meeting held here today under the chairmanship of Home Secretary Ram Niwas, it was decided that the facility would be started initially with two work centres each in the court and the jail.

The meeting was attended by Additional District and Sessions Judge, Director, Information Technology, Additional Inspector General of Prisons, Chief Architect and Chief Engineer.

The Additional Inspector General and Director, Information Technology, in consultation with the judge will finalise the space in the court and jail for the facility. — TNS



CBSE Class X Result
Convent schools top among toppers
Aarti Kapur
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
Convent schools have taken a lead among toppers in the CBSE Class X result in the city, the result for which was declared today. Kalki Kukreja of Scared Heart School, Sector 26, got top position in the tricity with 98 per cent followed by a tie on second position by Harsimran Bhatia of St Annes School, Sector 32, and Aradhana Gupta of Carmel Convent School, Sector 9, with 97.8 per cent and Shagun of Sacred Heart School has scored 97.6 per cent.

Prabjot Singh with 95.2 per cent of Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 16, is the only saving grace for government schools.

Private schools have recorded an overall pass percentage of 100 per cent, whereas only one government school has 100 percent result. Though the number of students from government schools who have secured more than 90 per cent are more this year as compared to the last year.

Around 7,285 students appeared from government schools, out of which 4,737 students have been declared successful. The overall pass percentage of the model schools is 87.38 per cent and for non-model schools it is 45.73 per cent.

In government schools, girls got maximum top positions. Sheallika Singh of Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 16, and Sheenam of Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 33, secured 94.4 per cent. Preeti of Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 16, stood third with 94.2 per cent.

In St Anne’s Convent School, Sector 32, around 41 students have scored above 90 per cent. In Stepping Stones Senior Secondary School, Sector 37, there are seven students who have secured above 90 per cent. In St John's, Sector 26, 70 students have scored above 90 per cent.

Sharda Sarvhitkari Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 40, three students have scored above 90 per cent. In Sacred Heart School, Sector 26, 108 students have scored above 90 per cent. Similarly, in KBDAV, Sector 7, around 90 students have scored above 90 per cent.

However, in Carmel Convent School, Sector 9, out of 103 students who appeared almost 50 per cent scored above 90 per cent. Around 33 students of Shishu Niketan Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 22, have got above 90 per cent. Even in Bhawan Vidalya School, Sector 27, around 116 students scored above 90 per cent.

Meanwhile, the Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 19, and Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 33, have achieved overall pass percentage of 98.39 per cent and 97.12 per cent, respectively.



Akhil first in Panchkula
Tribune News Service

Panhckula, May 26
‘Determination along with hard work’ is the success mantra Akhil Bahuguana, a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, speaks off, who secured 97 per cent and stood first in Panchkula in the CBSE Class X examinations.

A student of Mahatma Hansraj Public School, Sector 6, Anjali, who scored 88.8 per cent was sent to Ashiana Orphanage, Sector 16, eight years ago. Her mother Ritu who had lost one daughter after their father went missing preferred sending other daughters to the orpahange.

While Ritu was working at a factory in Kalka, the 2 sisters, two schools in the town adopted Anjali and younger sister Jyoti.

Anjali said though she tried hard to secure more marks, she could not score more than 70 per cent in earlier classes.

“I studied around six hours daily this year and I had to take a tuition for Physics,” she said adding that she expected more marks.

Anjali said she wanted to become a doctor so that I could pay the orphanage back what it did for me.

Siddharth Kadian of Bhavan Vidyalaya, a dyslexia patient, has proved that the determination knows no bounds.

He gives the credit to his parents.

Siddharth scored 82.2 per cent, that too, without seeking help of any scribe, which he was entitled to as per the CBSE guidelines. Siddharth did not avoid any one subject in language also.

“The problem was diagnosed five years ago when I started having problems while writing,” he said.

He wants to get into the National Defence Academy (NDA) and thus, he will opt for non-medical.

Meanwhile, the schools here claimed to have secured 100 pass percentage.



Nishant shines in Mohali
Our Correspondent

Mohali, May 26
Nishant Ojha was all smiles on hearing that he had topped the city by securing 97.4 per cent in the Class X CBSE results declared today.

He said his class fellows and the school authorities were celebrating his success. In a reversal of trend, boys have got the first three positions in the city.

He had also topped in the NTSE test conducted by the Centre.

Trailing Nishant were Mehta and Arshdeep Singh, who have scored 97.2 per cent and 96.4 per cent, respectively.



Arshdeep scores 97.2%, tops Patiala
Tribune News Service

Patiala, May 26
The results of Class X, CBSE, have been declared today. Students of St Peter’s Academy, Guru Nanak Foundation Public School and Our Lady of Fatima Convent School have maintained their tradition of academic excellence in the examinations.

Arshdeep Singh of St Peter’s Academy stood first in Patiala securing 97.2 per cent in the examinations while Karanveer Kansal stood second securing 95.6 per cent.

Puneet Kaur of Guru Nanak Foundation Public School, too, excelled by securing 97 per cent.

Udhayvir Singh Grewal of Our Lady of Fatima Convent School secured 96.4 per cent. Both Ankita Garg and Sumeet Kaur of the same school secured 95.4 per cent.

Amandeep Kaur of Budha Dal Public School secured 96 per cent while Keshav and Ineshka shared second position securing 94 per cent.

Students of Akal Academy, Balbera, performed well in the examinations. Shivani Sethi secured 94.4 per cent, Vikramjit Singh 94.2 per cent and Kanwarbir Singh 93.6 per cent.

Gagandeep and Puneet Kaur of Guru Nanak Foundation School secured 94 per cent and Sehaj Pal secured 94 per cent.

Richa Thakur of Teja Singh Kandhari Public School secured 94 per cent marks. Others who performed well are Deepak Chadha (92 per cent) and Himanshu Goel (91 per cent).

Tanya Gupta of DAV Public School excelled by getting 95.8 per cent. Nikita and Shweta Yadav of the same school got 95.2 per cent and 94.4 per cent, respectively.

Muskan Bhullar of Blossoms Senior Secondary School secured 91.4 per cent to top the rakings in the school.

Dinesh Mittal of Bhupindra International School stood first with 90.2 per cent whereas, Kulwinder Kaur of Guru Teg Bahadur Public School got 90 per cent and topped in the school.



Rural students make their mark
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26
With the declaration of CBSE Class X results, success turns sweeter for those who fought against all odds to achieve it.

Arun Kumar, son of a labourer in the Army, has secured 90.6 per cent and he wishes to be an engineer.

Arun said: “I was expecting better marks but I am happy with it as well. Though the financial condition of my family is not good, my parents left no stone unturned to help me achieve this.”

I plan to pursue non-medical and get admission in a good engineering college, he added.

Similarly, Laxmi Nayak, a student of Government Model School, Sector 33, whose father is employed in a private venture secured 91 per cent.

Laxmi gives the credit to her parents. She is an ardent reader and loves spending time at the State Library.

Laxmi said: “We are not financially sound but my parents supported me in the best possible way. I want to become a doctor.” The non-model schools have recorded a pass percentage of around 45.73 per cent. Deepti Sharma of Government Senior Secondary School, Mani Majra, secured 94 per cent. Similarly, Heena of Raipur Kurd secured 81 per cent. The Hindi medium section of Sacred Heart School has secured 100 per cent pass percentage with four students getting distinction and 17 securing first division.

Manisha, a resident of Mouli Jagran, stood first securing 81 per cent. Neha Rani stood second with 82.2 per cent followed by Aarti Kumari and Anjana with 75.4 per cent.



DAV, PKR Jain School get top two positions
Our Correspondent

Ambala, May 26
Murlidhar DAV Public School and PKR Jain Public School, Ambala, jointly secured first position in the district in Class X, CBSE, examinations. Himankshi Mishra of DAV Public School achieved 97.8 per cent while Prashant got 96.6 per cent and Ayush Verma 96.4 per cent in the examinations.

Tushar Makkar of PKR Jain Public School got 97.8 per cent while Deepali Garg and Manik Malik achieved 97 per cent and 96.6 per cent, respectively.

DAV principal Reena Nagrath said all the students of Calss X had performed well in the examinations.

According to PKR Jain Public School principal Jiyotsana Sachdeva, the school had achieved 100 per cent result.

In SA Jain Model School, Parvinder Singh got 94.4 per cent, Tushar 91 per cent and Palak got 90 per cent. Rajiv of Police DAV Public School secured 93 per cent while Harinder achieved 90 per cent. Gurmeet Kaur of Ambala Public School got 93 per cent, Chandar Kashyap 91 per cent and Guneet Kaur got 90.8 per cent. Navneet Gulati of St. Josheph School secured 94 per cent while Gaganpreet Kaur of this school got 90 per cent.

Abhyouday Aggarwal of Deewan Hari Krishan Das SD Public School Abhyouday Aggarwal got 97 per cent while Piyush Narang got 94.6 per cent. Harsimar Kaur and Shallu Mangla of this school got 94.2 per cent each.

Nikhil, a student of Major RN Kapoor Public School, Ambala Cantt, got 91.6 per cent while Pankaj got 90.6 per cent.

Amanpreet Kaur of Lord Mahavir Jain Public School got 91.8 per cent while Samrat Jain secured 90.4 per cent.



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