Ludhiana, July 30
The results of Class XII, prepared on the basis of last three years’ performance due to the Covid pandemic, were declared by the CBSE today. Two students, namely Ishroop Kaur Brar, from Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana, and Vanshika Aggarwal from DAV Public School, Amritsar, scored highest 99.8 per cent marks in humanities and commerce streams, respectively.
A student of DAV Public School, Amritsar, Vanshika now plans to aim for SRCC and prepare for CA. “If examinations were held, I was confident of scoring above 95 per cent. But this result was unexpected. The fact that I had good academic performance in Class XI throughout helped me today.”
Ishroop Kaur said she was confident of getting good marks because in Classes X, XI and XII, she had scored well consistently. She wants to become an IAS officer. She said despite hard times due to Covid, her schoolteachers motivated her and solved all queries.
Besides, Gagandeep Kaur, from Senior Study II, Amritsar, scored big with 99.6 per cent marks in commerce stream. She stood second in the state. In the non-medical stream, Once Kaur from KVM, Ludhiana, scored the maximum 99.2 per cent marks. — TNS
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