CBSE Class X Results

Girls show the way, outperform boys in Ludhiana

Girls show the way, outperform boys in Ludhiana

Girls from the Ludhiana district excelled once again as the CBSE declared its Class X results on Wednesday.

Harshraj Singh

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, July 15

Girls from the Ludhiana district excelled once again as the CBSE declared its Class X results on Wednesday. Anhad Gill of Sacred Heart Convent School got 98.6% marks (aggregate of five main subjects). Her total aggregate score with best of five subjects, including vocational subject was 99.4%.

Anhad said she wants to be a doctor. “My complete focus was on studies in classroom and doing homework at home in routine. I did extra studies during exams. To keep myself stress free, I used to talk with my parents and spend time on hobbies like calligraphy and reading books,” said Anhad. “I have obtained 100 marks in IT, a vocational subject. I have taken admission in Class XI medical stream and want to become a doctor,” Anhad added.

Two more students of Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana, — Mansa Mahendru scored 98.4% while Pankhuri Dawar got 98.2% marks. Mansa wants to become an engineer and is interested in studying environment. Sharing his happiness over daughter’s performance, Parveen Mahendru, Mansa’s father, said she worked hard and studied subjects in depth.

Pankhuri Dawar said she wants to become a doctor. “I was regular in studies and did routine revision of subjects at home. My focus was on self-studies. I have taken admission in Class XI medical stream. I like to listen to music and play badminton in free time.”

Anushka Jha of DCM Presidency School has scored 98.2%. She wants to become a software computer engineer. She said, “I usually did regular studies. I took short breaks during study. I have taken admission in Class XI non-medical stream.”

Village girl shines, wants to become IAS officer

Gurleen Kaur of Sant Ishar Singh Ji Memorial School, Rara Sahib, Ludhiana district, has scored 98.2% marks. She is a football player. Belonging to Jhammat village, Gurleen said she did not take any coaching or tuition for any subject. “After attending classes at school, I used to do self-study at home. My teachers are very encouraging,” Gurleen added. “I want to become an IAS officer and will prepare to fulfill my dream. Now, I have taken admission in Class non-medical stream. I have played in a state-level football tournament,” said Gurleen. Gurleen’s father Tirath Singh, “We are happy with achievement of our daughter. I want that she fulfills all dreams in her life. I want to thank all her teachers.”

Anhad Gill 98.6%

School: Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana

Aim: Wants to become a doctor

Success mantra: Extra studies during exam. Focus on classroom studies & daily revision at home

About parents: - Father Dr Sandeep Singh Gill and mother Dr Amanjot Kaur Gill, both are professors.

Mansa Mahendru 98.4%

School: Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana

Aim: Wants to become an environmental engineer

Success mantra: Studying subjects in detail & routine revision

About parents: Father Parveen Mahendru is LIC Development Officer and mother Ritu Mahendru is teacher.

Pankhuri Dawar 98.2%

School: Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana

Aim: Wants to become a doctor

Success mantra: Regular self-study & routine revision of all subjects at home

About parents: Father Kamal Dawar is businessman and mother Kavita Dawar is homemaker.

Anushka Jha 98.2%

School: DCM Presidency School, Ludhiana

Aim: Wants to become a software computer engineer

Success mantra: - Regular studies. Short breaks during study

About parents: Father Nagendra Jha is businessman and mother Shweta is housewife.

Gurleen Kaur 98.2%

School: Sant Ishar Singh Ji Memorial School, Rara Sahib.

Aim: Wants to become an IAS officer

Success mantra: Self studies, regular at school & no tuitions

About parents: Father Tirath Singh is teacher at Government School (Jartauli) and mother Jagdeep Kaur housewife.

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