Tribune News Service
Amritsar, June 1
Officials of ‘Sadda Pind’, the rural village-theme based eating joint, have announced a complimentary entry ticket for those students who scored above 90 per cent marks in Class 12 exams in the country.
“Applauding the efforts of the Class XII meritorious students, ‘Sadda Pind’ is offering a free entry ticket to all these students,” said Ish Gambhir, managing director, ‘Sadda Pind’.
“It is important to congratulate and reward the dedicated students so that other students who will appear for the board exams in the future can be encouraged. These students will hold important positions in different fields and different countries in their life and they deserve to enjoy their feat now,” said Vandana Gambhir, CEO, ‘Sadda Pind’.
Students must bring a copy of their mark sheet, school identity card, admit card and school code number to obtain a free entry ticket. The meritorious students of all boards can avail the facility till June 30.
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