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CBSE Class XII Results
Aakriti tops tricity with 98.2%
Chandigarh, May 27
Panchkula girl Aakriti Goel, a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 15, Panchkula, has topped the tricity by scoring 98.2 per cent marks in the non-medical stream of the CBSE Class XII examinations, the results of which were announced today.
Aakriti Goel 
Tricity topper,non-medical stream

Aim: To become a software engineer
Success mantra: Regular studies
Parents' occupation: Father senior GM, mother a housewife
Stress buster: Watching TV 


Stayed away from social networking sites, says topper
Panchkula/Chandigarh, May 27
It was like renouncing the world for Aakriti Goel, a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 15, Panchkula, who has topped the tricity in the non-medical stream by scoring 98.2 per cent marks in the CBSE Class XII examinations.

beating odds
Vendor’s son tops St John’s School
Chandigarh, May 27
Every evening Vikas Jain spends six or seven hours selling garments and other small items for children in front of a vegetable market at Mauli Jagran. This proved no deterrent for him to excel in his studies. Vikas, an EWS student, topped the first batch of class XII of St John's High School by securing 94.4 per cent marks in the commerce stream. 

They took disability, illness as challenge to do better
Chandigarh, May 27
Chronic illness and disability could not deter the spirit and grit of these three students. Braving all odds, Tanisha Gupta, who is orthopaedically impaired, scored 92.2 per cent in the arts stream. Tanisha, who has a medical problem in her left leg, said she did not let her physical disability overpower her rather took it as a challenge to do better.

Behlana govt school scores 100% result
Chandigarh, May 27
After a long wait of two years, a government school in Chandigarh has produced a 100 per cent result in the Class XII examination. Since 2011, none of the 22 Government Model Senior Secondary Schools and 15 non-model schools had got 100 per cent pass result. Surprisingly, this year, a non-model school, Government Senior Secondary, Behlana, broke the jinx for the UT Education Department by achieving a 100 per cent result.

Tricity topper again from Panchkula
Panchkula, May 27
Panchkula has done it again. The topper in the CBSE Class XII results is also from the town. In the ICSE Class X results, Rajat Bir Singh Bajwa from Little Flower Convent School, Sector 14, Panchkula, had emerged the topper in the tricity, securing 96.8 per cent marks.

Top positions elude Mohali town 
Mohali, May 27
Once again, no student from Mohali has figured on the list of the tricity toppers in the CBSE Class XII results. In comparison to Chandigarh and Panchkula, the students of the town have performed poorly as far as securing the highest marks in any of the four streams in the tricity is concerned.

Navneet tops Mohali dist in commerce
Mohali, May 27
Today, the joy of Bhupinder Singh, an air-conditioner mechanic, knew no bounds when his daughter, Navneet Kaur Sohanpal, topped Mohali district with 95.8 per cent in the commerce stream of Class XII.

Gurleen tops in medical stream
Mohali, May 27
Gurleen Kaur, a student of International Public School, Kurali, bagged top slot in Mohali district by scoring 96 per cent marks in the medical stream. Gurleen said it was her hard work and support of parents and teachers that enabled her to touch the heights of success.

EWS students defy odds
Chandigarh, May 27 
Economically weaker section children of an NGO, Theatre Age, Chandigarh, who have cleared the CBSE Class XII exams on Monday. Ten economically weaker section (EWS) children of Theatre Age, Chandigarh, have cleared the Class XII board exam in different streams. As many as eight students scored between 50 per cent and 60 per cent marks in the non-medical stream. Vicky, a resident of Sector 24, secured 60 per cent followed by Rajat who scored around 55 per cent marks. Among other students, Rahul scored 59 per cent, Manish 53 per cent, Raju 50 per cent, Arvind 58 per cent and Imran Khan scored 56 per cent marks.
Economically weaker section children of an NGO, Theatre Age, Chandigarh, who have cleared the CBSE Class XII exams on Monday. Tribune photo: Pradeep Tewari



Patil pulls up UT officials
Chandigarh, May 27
UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil inspects a computer lab at Government High School in Sector 54, Chandigarh, on Monday. UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil today pulled up officials of the UT Administration for ‘short-sightedness’ in chalking out the policy for upgrading schools and its infrastructure in the city. During the inauguration of the newly constructed Government High School in Sector 54, he asked as to why the Education Department had not introduced 100 per cent smart class rooms to overcome shortage of teachers in the schools till date.

UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil inspects a computer lab at Government High School in Sector 54, Chandigarh, on Monday. Tribune photo: Parvesh Chauhan

Constable training course Notice to Haryana DGP
Chandigarh, May 27
The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) today issued a notice to Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) after the authorities at the Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban, Karnal, in an ongoing petition expressed their helplessness to incorporate 11 UT police female constables for a training course, despite CAT directions.

Dismissed constables seek reinstatement 
Chandigarh, May 27
Two UT police constables who were dismissed from service after they turned hostile in court in the ASI paper leak scam, have sought their reinstatement into the police after the accused in the case were acquitted by the court last month.

Sector 21 RWA to hold poll on June 9
Chandigarh, May 27 
High drama was witnessed during the annual general meeting of the Residents’ Welfare Association of Sector 21, when some members of the association opposed the move of the present committee to continue their term for another two years.

smooth functioning of mc meeting
Mayor seeks legal opinion
Chandigarh, May 27
In an attempt to maintain the dignity of the General House of the municipal corporation, which has lowered over the years, Subhash Chawla, city Mayor, has sought legal opinion of the MC Law Officer on what rules and regulations can be imposed for the smooth functioning of the MC house meetings.

Retired judge’s son seeks anticipatory bail in dowry case
Chandigarh, May 27
In the dock in a dowry harassment case, a retired judge’s son applied for anticipatory bail plea in the court today. Accused Pradeep Bhadhari today moved the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Shalini Nagpal seeking an anticipatory bail.


10% fee hike mooted in all courses
Chandigarh, May 27
The committee formed by Panjab University to review the fee structure of courses in the university has recommended a 10 per cent fee hike in all courses. The recommendation made by the committee will be tabled before the Syndicate for the final approval.


Love Preet tops district with 97.2%
Fatehgarh Sahib, May 27 
A large number of students from Fatehgarh Sahib district have secured 90 per cent marks in the CBSE Class XII results declared today.

Abhishek secures 97.6% in non-med 
Ambala, May 27
Students of various schools of Ambala City and Ambala Cantonment secured merits in the CBSE Class XII results. Abhishek Mittal, a student of SD Vidya, Ambala Cantonment, secured 97.6 per cent marks in the non-medical stream, while Anjali Manocha also secured 95.6 per cent in the same stream. Ishan Singla got 95.2 per cent in the commerce stream.

Paper set in English, students suffer
Patiala, May 27
Punjabi University's claims of promoting Punjabi language fell flat today when the BA-I (Honours) students of Punjabi department got their examination paper printed in English only.

Preneet alleges irregularities in ZP elections 
Dera Bassi, May 27
The Minister of State for External Affairs, Preneet Kaur, said irregularities had taken place in the panchayat samiti and zila parisad elections. She alleged that government machinery was misused to ensure the victory of the SAD and BJP candidates.

SDM: Zero tolerance for eve-teasing 
Fatehgarh Sahib, May 27
To create awareness among the women about their rights, the Continental Group of Institutes (CGI), Fatehgarh Sahib, today conducted a symposium on “Women Empowerment”.

2 killed, 14 hurt as bus rams into pillar
Ambala, May 27
Two persons were killed while 14 others sustained serious injuries when a Haryana Roadways bus en route to Yamunanagar from Patiala rammed into one of the pillars of the overbridge near the Ambala Cantonment railway station on NH-1, here this afternoon. The mangled remains of the Haryana Roadways bus that rammed into a pillar on the NH-1 near the Ambala Cantonment railway station on Monday. Tribune Photo: Dev Dutt Sharma 


SI gets bail in hit-and-run case
Chandigarh, May 27
Booked in an accident case, Sub-Inspector Jaspal Singh Bhullar was granted bail by the court today. Chief judicial magistrate, Rajnish Kumar, on Monday, granted bail to SI Jaspal Singh Bhullar against bail bonds of Rs 50,000.


9 kg of poppy husk seized
Zirakpur, May 27 T
he police has seized 9 kg poppy husk from a Himachal Roadways bus during a checking at a naka.

final ipl match
Bookie arrested from Mohali hotel
Mohali, May 27
The Mohali police today arrested a bookie red-handed while accepting bets during the final IPL match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians, here yesterday night.

Father booked for rape bid
Panchkula, May 27 
In a horrifying incident, a father allegedly tried to rape his 20-year-old daughter in Sector 12A, Panchkula. It was after the complaint of the victim, who is studying in a Panchkula college, that a case was registered at the Sector 14 police station.

Youth found murdered
Mohali, May 27 
A youth was found murdered at Behlolpur village today. The deceased has been identified as Jasbir Singh, a resident of Nurpur Bedi. The body was found lying in a field near Kajauli Water Works pipes and the face was mutilated.



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