PSEB Class X results: Girls outshine boys yet again

Sehejpreet, Anchal top dist with 98.77%; Gurleen, Sabreen score 98.62%

PSEB Class X results: Girls outshine boys yet again

Sehejpreet Kaur has got 642 marks out of 650.

Tribune News Service

Shivani Bhakoo

Ludhiana, July 5

The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) declared the results of Class X examinations today in which girls again outshined boys by grabbing all three top positions in the state.

A total of 3,23,361 students had appeared in the Class X exams from all schools (government, private, aided etc) from which 3,08,627 were passed and the total pass percentage is 99.06 per cent. Of these, 126 students from the state failed to clear the exams.

Anchal Jindal, along with her kin, flashes a victory sign.

In Ludhiana district, 41, 871 students had appeared in the exams, of which 40,989 got passed. The total pass percentage is 98.79 per cent.

Gurleen Kaur celebrates her success with her family. Ashwani Dhiman

The fair sex performed too well in the examinations. Anchal Jindal from BCM Senior Secondary School, Jamalpur, got 642 marks out of total 650 marks with 98.77 per cent. Sehejpreet Kaur from Moon Light Public School, Ludhiana, also got 642 marks with 98.77 per cent. Gurleen Kaur from Teja Singh Sutantar Memorial Senior Secondary School, Shimlapuri, got 641 marks out of 650 marks with 98.62 per cent. Another student Sabreen Parveen from RS Model Senior Secondary School, here, also scored 641 marks with 98.62 per cent.

Sabreen Parveen celebrates her success with her family. Ashwani Dhiman

As if this was not enough, two more girl students, namely Sneha Yadav and Sneha Verma from Teja Singh Sutantar Memorial School, here, got 640 marks with 98.46 per cent.

Sneha Yadavcelebrates her success with her family. Ashwani Dhiman

As per the merit list sent by the board, from total about 46 students in the merit list from Ludhiana district, on top 20 positions, girls outshined boys.

These girls are from different private schools in the district. They have performed exceptionally well as compared to the boys at both state and district levels.

Sneha Verma celebrates her success with her family. Ashwani Dhiman

This year, total 12 transgender students had appeared in the state of which 11 passed the exams. The Education Department had conducted a virtual press conference from the head office at Mohali to announce the results.

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