Tribune News Service
Amritsar, July 13
An A-grade student all through his school life, Hardik Vyas from DAV Public School bagged the top spot in the city in medical stream with 97.8 per cent marks.
An aspiring doctor, Vyas celebrated his achievement confined to his home, due to Covid-19 pandemic. “I wanted to celebrate with friends and teachers, but the school remained closed due to Covid-19. I am really happy with my score,” he said.
His father Ramesh Vyas is a Resident Medical Officer, Manawala Health Centre and mother Dr Seema Vyas a dental surgeon. Coming from a family of medical professionals, Hardik, too, aims to crack NEET and continue with his family legacy of being in the noble profession. Neera Sharma, principal, DAV Public School, congratulated him on creating an academic benchmark with his performance.
Like Hardik, another aspiring doctor, Manpreet Kaur from DAV International School stood second in medical stream with 97.4 per cent marks. Manpreet said she is relieved of some stress after getting her Class XII results. “Clearing NEET is my next goal,” she said. Parjot Kaur from Shri Ram Ashram School with 96.6 per cent marks secured the third position in medical stream.
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