Ludhiana: Ishroop Kaur Brar scores overall maximum marks, wants to be civil servant

Ludhiana: Ishroop Kaur Brar scores overall maximum marks, wants to be civil servant

Ishroop Kaur Brar with her parents. Tribune photo

Ludhiana: Ishroop Kaur Brar has scored 99.8 per cent marks in CBSE Class XII examinations, the results of which were declared today. She has scored overall highest marks across streams.

Talking to The Tribune, Ishroop said she wanted to be a civil servant. Though studies were online but her teachers and principal were very helpful in resolving the issues and problems being faced by the students. Her mother, Rana Brar, is a homemaker while father Maninderpal Singh Brar is a senior manager with Markfed. Her mother said Ishroop had topped her school in Class X while in Class XI she had scored 96.5 per cent marks. Meanwhile, Once Kaur from Kundan Vidya Mandir has scored 99.2 per cent marks in non medical, breaking the state record of the past 10 years in non-medical stream. Navita Puri, principal of Kundan Vidya Mandir, congratulated Once Kaur on her achievement. tns

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