Tribune News Service
Amritsar, July 13
Girls dominated this year’s CBSE Class XII results not just at the national level, but in the district and city as well.
In commerce and humanities, the top-three positions in the district were bagged by girls this year, whereas boys stole the show in science.
Kirtideep Kaur Marwaha (commerce) from Senior Study II topped the district with 99.6 per cent marks. District’s second spot was held jointly by Bhavya Shingari (humanities) from DAV Public School and Diya Khanna (humanities) from DAV International School with 99.2 per cent marks. Hetal Arora (humanities) from Spring Dale Public School came third in the district with 99 per cent marks.
Rajwinder Singh from Shri Ram Ashram School came second by scoring 98.8 per cent marks in commerce.
Bhanvi Khanna from DAV Public School and Pardeep Singh from Khalsa College Public School came third by scoring 98.6 per cent marks in humanities.
However, boys managed to score better than girls in science stream with Amritdeep Singh from Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary School, GT Road, scoring 98.2 per cent marks in non-medical to bag the first position in the city. Arhant Arora of Spring Dale and Ayushi from Shri Ram Ashram School scored 98 per cent marks and came second in the city.
In medical stream, Hardik Vyas from DAV School scored the highest marks in the city with 97.8 per cent marks, followed by Manpreet Kaur from DAV International with 97.4 per cent marks.
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