Tribune News Service
Amritsar, July 13
Amritdeep Singh of Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public School, GT Road, did his school proud by securing top position in the non-medical stream in the city with 98.2 per cent marks. Celebrating his feat with his family, Amritdeep says he aspires to become a computer engineer and was focused to repeat the feat in competitive exams as well. “I am relieved that my hard work has paid off. I want to sit for JEE Advance, whenever that happens,” he said.
Dharamveer Singh, principal, Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public School, said: “Amritdeep was a focused and quiet student. He has been an achiever all throughout his academic span. We are happy for his achievement. He has done the school and his teachers proud.”
The second position in the non-medical stream was shared by Arhant Arora (98 per cent) from Springdale Public School and Ayushi (98 per cent) from Shri Ram Ashram School. Arhant also aspires to be a computer engineer and shared that his results had surprised even him.
“My result has been better than my expectations and that surprisingly is good for me. It’s good to get a sigh of relief after days of stress over uncertainty over results and the future of competitive exams,” he said. The third position in non-medical stream was earned by Supreet Kaur from Senior Study II, who scored 97.4 per cent marks.
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