Class X results: Students pass with flying colours

Class X results: Students pass with flying colours

Students of Innocent Hearts School celebrate their success after the declaration of the CBSE Class X results in Jalandhar on Tuesday. Tribune Photo: Malkiat Singh

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, August 3

Though the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X examinations were not held this time, students of almost all schools are largely satisfied with the results. They expressed gratitude to their teachers as they reached the campuses soon after checking their marks on the web. They enjoyed this much-awaited get-together after remaining holed up at home for almost the whole academic year due to the pandemic.

Innocent Hearts School

Students of all branches of Innocent Hearts School, including at Green Model Town and Loharan, scored good in the CBSE Class X exams. As many as 86 students have got more than 90 per cent and 24 students have got more than 95 per cent. In Green Model Town, Mehak Gupta has topped in the city with 99.6 per cent. The second position in school and third position in the city bagged by Aashna Sharma with 99.2 per cent and Gaurangi Kohli has stood third by getting 98.8 per cent. In Loharan, Smayra has stood first by scoring 98.6 per cent, Puneet Madhas and Ankita Sethi stood second by getting 98 percent and Uday Verma stood third by scoring 96.6 per cent.

Students of Sanskriti KMV School celebrate their success after the declaration of the CBSE Class X results in Jalandhar on Tuesday. Tribune Photo: Malkiat Singh

MGN Public School

In MGN Public School, Adarsh Nagar, as many as 43 students scored above 95 per cent marks. Calculated by adding IT also as a subject, Dilpreet Singh Boparai got 99.4 per cent. Aiming to be an IAS officer, he scored 100 marks in science and IT and 99 in maths and English, and 94 in Punjabi. With same subjects, Shipra Mago got 99.2 per cent. Deepesh Kakkar and Mohit Davar got 98.8 per cent. Deenank Sharma, Nitish Nanda and Vaibhav Nayyar got 98.6 per cent. Principal Kanwaljeet Singh Randhawa has congratulated all the students and their parents.

MGN Public School, Kapurthala

Students brought laurels to the school by clinching top positions in CBSE Class X exams. Praneet Kaur excelled by scoring 99 per cent, Gunarpit Kaur Ghotra bagged second position scoring 97.8 per cent and Snehpreet Kaur stood third by scoring 97.2 per cent. Major Charanjit Singh Rai, Chairman, MGN Educational Trust, and Principal Rashmi Sharma congratulated the meritorious students.

Students of Police DAV School celebrate their success after the declaration of the CBSE Class X results in Jalandhar on Tuesday. Tribune Photo: Malkiat Singh

Mayor World School

The first position was clinched by Aahana Aggarwal (98.8 per cent), whereas the second position was secured by Roshni Bhatia (97.2 per cent) and the third position was held by Atishey Jain and Atulya Malhan (97 per cent). Aahana Aggarwal scored 100 per cent in four subjects, including English, social science, computer and mathematics exam. Vice-chairperson Neerza Mayor and the director Sarita Madhok congratulated the staff and students. Principal Harjeet Kaur Ghuman and deputy vice-principal Charu Trehan also applauded the students.

St Soldier Group

Over 80 students got more than 90 per cent marks. Group chairman Anil Chopra and vice-chairperson Sangeeta Chopra said the results of all branches of the group were excellent in which Gurnoor Kaur scored 98 per cent, Pawanpreet Kaur 97.6 per cent, Arshi 96.6 per cent, Harleen Kaur Bajwa and Pallavi Kumari 95.8 per cent, Ravneet Kaur 95.4 per cent, Prabhjot Kaur, Gursimran Kaur 95.2 percent, Alfred 95 percent and Hrithik Bansal 94.8 per cent.

Shiv Jyoti Public School

As many as 195 students appeared in the Class X examination. Ayush Kumar Tiwari stood first in school by getting 98.4 per cent followed by Devanshi Sharma with 98.2 per cent and Ishant Katyal at 98 per cent. Forty six students got 90 per cent and above marks. Krishna Jyoti (Chairperson), Dr. Vidur Jyoti (Chairman, Trust), Dr. Suvikram Jyoti (Manager, Managing Committee & General Secretary, Trust), R. R. P. Sharda (Trustee) Principal Neeru Nayyar and Parveen Saili (Vice-Principal) congratulated the parents, teachers and students for their performance.

Apeejay School

As many as 23 students scored above 95 per cent marks. Aarushi Mittal and Ananya Chopra topped the school with 99.2 per cent, followed by Siya Talwar with 97.6 per cent, Ruhaan Chopra with 97.4 per cent and Khushi Sharma with 97 per cent. Sahibjot Singh Chadha got 96.8 per cent. Aarushi Kapoor got 96.6 per cent. Angad Dhawan, Siddharth Cheema and Misha Puri have got 96.4 per cent. Yajur Gupta secured 96.2 per cent.

Swami Sant Dass School, Phagwara

At Swami Sant Dass Public School, Phagwara, 39 students have secured 90 per cent and above in Class X. Suvir Duggal, a consistent performer, secured 98.4 per cent and topped in school. Following him at second position has gone to Krish Kumar with 97 per cent and Ashmit Aggarwal is third with 96.2 per cent. They are followed by Gursharen Kaur Suri with 95.8 per cent and Garvdeep Singh with 95.6 per cent. The Management, Principal and staff congratulated the students and their proud parents.

Swami Sant Dass School, Jalandhar

Students of Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar, performed well in the exams with Khyati clinching the top position with 98 per cent. Amritpal Singh stood second with 97.2 per cent and Pragati bagged third position with 96.4 per cent. A total of 160 students appeared for the examination and 66 students have scored above 90 per cent.

Ivy World School, Jalandhar

At Ivy World School, 15 students have scored above 90 per cent marks. Raising the bar for their coming batches, the topper Rikhil Taneja scored 99 per cent, followed by Bhagyesh Kumar with 98.8 per cent and Balpreet Singh Minhas with 95.4 per cent.

State Public School, Shahkot

At State Public School, Shahkot, Pavitar Singh has topped with 96.6 per cent, Nimrat Kaur with 96 per cent and Gurleen Kaur with 95.4 per cent in CBSE Class X exams. President of Group of State Public Schools Dr Narotam Singh and Vice-President Dr Gagandeep Kaur applauded Principal, staff and students for garnering a good score. Nearly 68 students made the school proud by scoring more than 90 per cent marks in different subjects. Principal Kanwar Neel Kamal credited teachers and the students.

State Public School, Nakodar

At State Public School, Sukhdev Chhabra grabbed the highest percentage by scoring 97 per cent, Rupanshu Chawla scored 96.4 per cent, league followed by Parv at 95 per cent. Aditya Bhanot made a mark by scoring perfect 100 in English, Sukhdev Chhabra and Rupanshu Chawla proved their worth by scoring perfect 100 in mathematics. President and Vice President, Group of State Public School, Dr Narotam Singh and Dr Gagandeep Kaur felicitated the students and their parents. Director Principal Dr Ritu Bhanot applauded the teachers, students and their parents.

Delhi Public School

Out of 112, nearly 47 students scored 90 per cent and above, while 72 students got more than 80 per cent in aggregate. Four students achieved a perfect score of 100, two each in mathematics and science. Ashika Aggarwal got 98.6 per cent, Gauri Gupta scored 98.4 per cent and Ishmeen Kaur obtained 98 per cent. Thakur Arun Singh, Pro-Vice Chairman, and Principal Ritu Kaul applauded the students for their hard work.

Army Public School, Beas

Students of Class X of Army Public School, Beas, performed well. Vansh Harkirat stood first with 97.6 per cent marks, Narinder Kaur and Navjot Kaur shared second position with 97.4 per cent marks and Navjot Kaur Sandhu stood third with 97 per cent marks. Thirteen students scored above 90 per cent and 24 between 90 per cent and 94.99 per cent. The school chairman congratulated all students, parents and staff.

Army Public School, Jalandhar Cantt

The school scored 100 per cent result in CBSE Class X exams. Shaurya Singh topped the school with 99.2 per cent. The second position was bagged by Khushi Tomar with an aggregate of 98.8 per cent while Kaasvi Dhankhar secured the third position in the school with 98.4 per cent. Dr Saksham Singh, Principal, Army Public School, congratulated the students.

Dayanand Model Sr. Sec. School

Students of Dayanand Model Sr. Sec. School passed with flying colours. Aditi Mahajan scored 97 per cent marks. As many as 11 students scored 90 per cent, 17 students scored over 85 per cent and 23 students made us proud by scoring more than 80 per cent. Principal Dr SK Gautam congratulated the achievers.

CT Public School

Khushi of CT Public School has come first by scoring 96.6 per cent in CBSE X results. Pragti and Krishita Sharma scored 95.8 per cent and stood second while Jiya Wadhwa stood third with 95.6 per cent, who is also a national level tennis player. As many as meritorious students scored above 90 per cent.

Cambridge International School, Phagwara

Akshun Mahajan stood first by scoring 99.4 per cent. Sidak Singh was ranked second with 98.8 per cent. It is noteworthy that AkshunMahajan and Sidaksingh scored 100 per cent marks in Maths, Science, Social studies and IT. Four students- Komalpreet, Palakbansal, DeveshMatta and Sipha scored 94.8 per cent and stood third. Palakbansal scored 100 per cent marks in Maths. A total of 20 students scored more than 90 per cent and 94 students scored more than 60 per cent. The Principal, Jorawar Singh, congratulated students on their success.

Cambridge International School for Girls, Jalandhar

At Cambridge International School for Girls, Aditi Kapil and Jiya Mahajan got 99 per cent, Gursimran Kaur and Khushi Sharma 98.2 per cent, Sukhnoor Kaur 98 per cent, Kunjam 97.8 per cent, Rupeena Kumra, Rubab Kaur and Vidhita 97.4 per cent, Ekampreet Kaur, Krishika Chadda and Riya Shoor 96.8 per cent, Tanvi Kad 96.4 per cent, Jesnoor Kaur 95.8 per cent, Bhavika Madan, Mehak Dua and Sandhya 95.4 per cent, Mishthi Mahajan 95.2 per cent and Sukhman Sangha 95 per cent.

Cambridge International School (Co-Ed)

Students of Cambridge International Co-Ed School got a good percentage. Calculated while adding IT as the main subject, Siddharth Miglani got 99.4 per cent, Dimpalvir Singh 99.4 per cent, Simrat Kaur 98.6 per cent, Namitbir Singh Walia 97.6 per cent. Chairman Nitin Kohli, Vice-Chairman Deepak Bhatia, President Pooja Bhatia, Vice-President Paarth Bhatia and Director and Principal Dr. Ravinder Mahal congratulated the students and their families.

Seth Hukam Chand SD Public Sr. Sec. School

Students brought laurels to the family and the institute by scoring 100 per cent result. The first position was bagged by Gunika who scored 95 per cent. A total of 15 students scored above 90 per cent marks. As many as 21 students scored above 80 per cent marks.

Eklavya School, Jalandhar

Eklavya School excelled with 100 per cent results. Toppers of Class X were Kritish Arora (96.4 per cent), Sanchit Gandhi (96 per cent), Nishesh Singla (95.6 per cent), Sienna Masih (95.6 per cent), Amandeep Singh (95 per cent). Director Seema Handa, Principal Komal Arora, Administrator Dimple Malhotra and staff of Eklavya School Jalandhar, congratulated all parents and students.

DIPS School

MD Tarvinder Singh, CAO Ramneek Singh, Jashan Singh and CEO Monica Mandotra congratulated all meritorious students and motivated them to work hard in the rest of the examinations. Akshpreet of Karol Bagh, Harshdeep of Urban Estate, Jasleen of Karol Bagh, Simranjit Kaur of Nurmahal got 96.4, Priyanka of Nurmahal got 95.6, Shanpreet Singh of Tanda got 95.2.

MGN, Urban Estate

Gunjan scored 98.2 per cent. Both Harshpreet Singh Sodhi and Raiza have scored 97.8 per cent and Man Agochar Singh has got 97.6 per cent. Principal Jatinder Singh has congratulated all students and their parents on their achievements.

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