Students bring laurels

Students bring laurels

Students of Nehru Garden School in a jubilant mood in Jalandhar on Saturday.

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, July 31

KMV Collegiate Senior Secondary School students have made KMV proud by their outstanding results. As many as 45 collegiate students excelled by getting 90 per cent and above. Nidhi Kaur (non-medical) scored 97.8 90 per cent , Bhavneet (medical) obtained 96.6 90 per cent, Vartika Tuli (commerce) got 97.6 90 per cent and Khyati Avasthi (humanities) got 96.8 90 per cent and bagged first positions in their respective streams. Principal Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the students.

Among other toppers from commerce stream are Gurpreet Sandhu with 96.2 per cent and Sakshi 95.2 per cent. In arts, other top scorers were Bhavleen Kaur with 95.2 per cent and Isha with 93.6 per cent. In non-medical, Beenu got 97.6 per cent. In medical stream, Bhavneet Kaur got 96.6 per cent, Amanpreet 95.8 per cent and Neetika 94.4 per cent.

Hindu Kanya Collegiate School

Humanities student Sanjivanie Bhalla secured the first position in the school with 97.4 per cent. Non-medical student Lovepreet Kaur topped science stream with 95.4 per cent. Amanpreet Kaur topped commerce stream with 93.4 per cent. In addition, medical stream student Jaskaranjit Kaur topped the table with 92 per cent. School academic in charge Sanjeev Bhalla said the result has been excellent. Eleven students of the school scored above 90 per cent. Ramandeep Kaur ranked second in (arts) with 93.4 per cent. Besides, Sandeep Kaur and Kiranjot Kaur (medical stream) Jasmine Kaur, Anugraha and Simran (arts) and Shivani have secured more than 90 per cent in commerce stream. Principal Dr Archna Garg congratulated the school staff.

New St Soldier School

In science stream, Garima bagged first position with 97 per cent. Vikasdeep bagged second position with 95.2 per cent and Harman ranked third with 94.42 per cent. In commerce stream, Jasmeet bagged first position with 94 per cent. Ritika and Raghav bagged second position with 93.8 per cent, whereas Abhishek bagged third position with 92.8 per cent. Ridham scored 92.6 per cent, Shobita, Kanika and Simranjeet scored 92 per cent each. In humanities stream, Manjot and Shyna bagged first position with 92.6 per cent.

DIPS GB Public School

Students of GB Public School of DIPS series performed well in Class XII exams. MD Tarvinder Singh, CAO Ramnik Singh and Jashan Singh, CEO Monica Mandotra congratulated all the students who secured good marks in the exams and wished them a good future. Jasneet Kaur (commerce stream) of DIPS GB Public, Dhilwan, remained the topper.

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