CBSE Class XII results: Pandemic fails to dent spirit of Jalandhar students

CBSE Class XII results: Pandemic fails to dent spirit of Jalandhar students

Students of Innocent Hearts School in jubilant mood celebrate their success after declaration of CBSE Board class 12th result 2021 in Jalandhar on Friday. Photo Sarabjit Singh

Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, July 30

Class XII students were elated after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results on Friday. Numerous students gathered on the campus of their respective schools for celebrations and to thank their teachers.

MGN, Urban Estate

Akshita Bansal, Sehajpal Singh Sarao and Vaibhav Bajaj of at MGN, Urban Estate, got top three ranks in non-medical stream. The trio got 99.2 per cent, 97.4 per cent and 96.6 per cent, respectively. In medical stream, Jessica, Loveleen, Gurleen Kaur and Ishita remained at the top with 98 per cent, 97.4 per cent, 96.4 per cent and 96.4 per cent, respectively. Ajay Swaroop Sekhri was the top scorer in commerce with 99 per cent. Arshjot Singh Aneja ranked second with 98.2 per cent and Shreya Setia got 98 per cent. Principal Jatinder Singh congratulated all the students and their parents.

Students of Police DAV School celebrate their success.

MGN, Adarsh Nagar

In commerce stream, Rajnish Virdi got 99 per cent, Manivir obtained 98.2 per cent and Jayati Jain got 97.6 per cent. Siddharth Sharma, Osheen and Khushi Gandhi remained top scorers with 96.6 per cent, 95.8 per cent and 95.6 per cent, respectively in medical stream. In non-medical, Vinayak Kapoor, Aashray Gupta and Vanshika Jain got 98.4 per cent, 97.6 per cent and 97.2 per cent, respectively. KS Randhawa, principal, MGN, Adarsh Nagar, congratulated all the students.

Innocent Hearts School

Parika of Innocent Hearts topped in Commerce and brought laurels to the school by getting 99 per cent. Amiya Jain stood second by obtaining 98.2. The third position was bagged by Arshita Syal and Devika Padam with 97.4 percent. In non-medical stream, Aashim Sikka stood first (98.2 per cent), Mohit Nanda, Manya Kakkar and Garishma Rana got 96.2 per cent and bagged second position and third position is bagged by Rabia Bakshi and Sajal Jain and Lovya Bajaj with 95.8 per cent. In medical, Garima topped by getting 97.2 per cent, Tarush Dhawan and Chahat Jain stood second with 95.6 per cent and Jannat Saluja stood third by getting 95.2 percent. Dr Anup Bowry, chairman, Innocent Hearts, congratulated all the students and parents.

Sanskriti KMV School

Palak Duggal of Sanskriti KMV School topped the institute by obtaining 98.4 per cent in non-medical. Palak scored 100 per cent in maths, 99 per cent in chemistry and 99 in physics. Aryan Arya from the same stream bagged 95.8 per cent. In commerce, Reman Malhotra got 97.4 per cent and Navjeet Singh obtained 95.8 per cent. In humanities, Kirandeep Kaur got 97.4 per cent and Priayanshi got 96 per cent. In medical, Geetika Sharma clinched the top rank with 96 per cent, followed by Harishika at 95.8 per cent. Chander Mohan, president, and principal Rachna Monga congratulated all the students.

Apeejay School, Rama Mandi

Class XII students of Apeejay School, Rama Mandi, Jalandhar, made the school proud. Yashwi Behl and Vaishali topped the school with 95.6 per cent in commerce stream. Shaganpreet Kaur and Ranvir Singh Sangha topped non-medical stream with aggregate 95.4 per cent. Jasleen Kaur stood second in non-medical stream with aggregate 95.2 per cent. Pro-vice chairman Arun Thakur and principal Ritu Kaul congratulated all the students.

Delhi Public School

In Delhi Public School, out of 103 students in Class XII, 44 students achieved 90 per cent and above. Vanshika Chhabra secured first rank by obtaining 98.8 per cent. Soumya Gupta (non-medical) got 98.6 per cent and Jessica 98.4 per cent (medical stream) stood first. In humanities, Muskan Verma secured the first position with 96.8 per cent.

Mayor World School

Mayorites got top results in Class XII. In science stream, Gauransh Gulati and Bishop Malik got 97.4 per cent and bagged the first position, closely followed by Aditya Gupta at second position with 96.8 per cent marks. In commerce, Mahima Walia bagged the first position with 98.2 per cent marks, closely followed by Dhwani Sikka with 97.2 per cent. The third position was secured by Eshika Sehgal, who got 96.8 per cent. In humanities, Kashvi Jain bagged the first position with 97.4 per cent and second position was secured by Anish Malhotra with 96.2 per cent. Reet Arora scored 95.4 per cent and ranked third. Gauransh Gulati in English, Mahima Walia in economics and Eshika Sehgal in painting brought laurels to the school by scoring 100 per cent marks. Principal Harjeet Kaur Ghuman applauded and appreciated endeavours of the students.

Cambridge School, Phagwara

It was a proud moment for Cambridge International School, Phagwara, when the Grade XII result of 2020-21 was declared today. Nisha of humanities stream stood first with 98.2 per cent. Tanisha Sethi of commerce stream ranked second with 97.8 per cent. Jessica (humanities) stood third with 97.6 per cent. In medical stream, Ravneet Kaur secured the first position with 95.6 per cent. In non-medical stream, Tanisha Dhiman secured the second position with 96.6 per cent. A total of 19 students scored above 95 per cent and 57 students obtained marks more than 90 per cent.

DIPS Schools

Sukhraj of DIPS School, Nurmahal, scored 97.6 percent in commerce, Jaskaran of Nurmahal scored 96.6 per cent in non-medical, Aryan in medical and Gurpreet in arts scored 95.6. Jaskaran from DIPS, Noormahal, scored 96.6 per cent, Bhumika (commerce) of Urban Estate 95.8 per cent, Vineet Kaur and Drishti (commerce stream) from Karol Bagh, Khushpreet from Kapurthala, Pragya from Kapurthala, Samarth from Kapurthala in-non medical, Aryan and Gurpreet from Nurmahal in medical 95.6 per cent, Priya (medical) from nurmahal 95.2 per cent, Ravideep from Kapurthala in commerce scored 95 percent.

CT Public School

With 95.6 per cent, Amanvir Singh and Sukriti Mehta bagged top positions in non-medical. Ayush Kumar scored 95.4 percent in medical stream. In commerce, Tanvee Bagga secured 95.4 per cent and stood first, Joyna and Jaspreet Kaur got 95 per cent. Principal Daljeet Singh Rana and vice principal Sukhdeep Kaur appreciated the stupendous achievements of the students and said 16 students bagged above 90 percent this year. Manbir Singh, managing director, CT Public School, congratulated all the students.

Police DAV School

Aum Gupta obtained 99 per cent. Aastha Sumra got 98.4 per cent. Siya, Akanksha, Shaina and Harratan got 97.6, 97.4, 96.2 and 95.6 per cent, respectively. In medical stream, Aastha Sarwal got 98.4 per cent, Palak got 97.4 per cent and Jaspreet Singh obtained 96.6 per cent. In humanities, Tarpan Soni got 98.2 per cent, Nimrat 98 per cent, Dhivya 97.6 per cent, Avneet Kaur 97.2 per cent and Armaandeep Kaur 96.6 per cent. In commerce stream, Gautam Gupta and Mehak Bhandari shared the top rank with 97.6 per cent. Jasleen Kaur, Hardil, Samiksha, Muskan Deep and Shreya Sharma scored 96.6 per cent. Pushti Sehgal, Monish and Snigdha, obtained 95.6 per cent.

Dayanand Model School

Students of Dayanand Model School got top notch positions. Shivam Mittu ranked first (97.7 per cent) in humanities followed by Payal (97.4 per cent) from commerce stream. From science stream, Amneet Kaur and Loveneet Kaur, securing 3rd position and bagged 95.8 per cent. Aastha Rakheja (humanities) got 4th position by securing 95.8 per cent, Gourish (commerce) got 95.4 per cent. Principal Dr SK Gautam gave a red carpet welcome to all the position holders along with their parents and faculty members.

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