CBSE Class X results

Harshit tops Patiala district with 99.6% marks

Priyanshi (99.4%) bags second position; Jasleen, Rupit Paul, Diksha Sharma and Shreyas Mehta joint third with 99% marks

Harshit tops Patiala district with 99.6% marks

Harshit Garg (99.6%) of The Helix Oxford Senior Secondary Smart School being offered sweets by his parents. photos: Rajesh Sachar

Tribune News Service

Patiala, August 3

Harshit Garg of The Helix Oxford Senior Secondary Smart School in Patran block has topped the district in the CBSE Class X exams with 99.6 per cent marks. Priyanshi of Our Lady of Fatima (OLF) Convent Senior Secondary School has grabbed the second position with 99.4 per cent marks.

The third position has been shared by four students, Jasleen Kaur of Akal Academy, Balbehra; Rupit Paul Singh of OLF, Diksha Sharma of Saint Peter Academy, and Shreyas Mehta of Delhi Public School. All of them have scored 99 per cent marks.

Harshit, while talking to The Tribune, said he wanted to become a computer engineer, therefore, he had opted for the non-medical stream. “I scored 498 marks out of 500. I am very happy with my result. My parents and teachers played an important role in my success.”

Priyanshi said she used to feel depressed due to Covid but her teachers helped her a lot. She said: “Due to Covid, I would feel a bit depressed. Moreover, online studies were also a bit tough for me. It was because of my teachers who put in a lot of hard work that I could perform so well in the exams.” She disclosed that she had opted the medical stream in Class XI to become a doctor. “Next two years, I will be preparing for the entrance examination for MBBS – NEET. It has always been my dream to become a doctor,” she said.

DAV School

The first position was taken by Ishita Goyal with 96.8% marks while Mohakjot Dhiman bagged second position with 96.6% marks. The third position was grabbed by Kinshuk Behl with 96.2% marks. Principal Vivek Tiwari congratulated the students, their parents and teachers.

Blossoms Sr Sec School

Around 52 students appeared for the board exams and the overall pass percentage was 100%. Mansehajvir Singh has secured first position in the school by securing 95.4% marks, followed by Bharti Verma with 94.8% marks, Riya Rana with 94.6% marks and Garv arora with 92.8% marks.

Career Academy School

Students of Career Academy School displayed a stunning performance with 100% result. Navdeep Kaur, Gurpreet Kaur, Khushpreet Kaur, Jaspreet Kaur, Khushnaseeb Kaur, Gurleen Kaur, Navneet Kaur, Parinaaz and Harsimrat Sandhu secured above 90% marks. The chairman, Arundweep Singh Bhatia, expressed his happiness over this stellar performance.

Police DAV

At Police DAV Public School, Nancy stood first securing 91.6 % marks. Second position was shared by Navjot Kaur and Damanpreet Kaur with 90.6 %. Bipanjeet Singh remained third with 88.6% marks. The school principal, Meena Thapar, congratulated the students on their stupendous success.

Paradise International School, Ghagga

Arshpreet Kaur topped the school with 96% marks followed by Gunjan with 94% marks, Mansi with 93.8% marks. Its chairman, Dr Amritpal Singh Kaleka, and principal, Dr Parminder Kaur, congratulated all students.

Sushila Devi Public School

Students once again brought laurels with 100 per cent result. Simran stood first by scoring 96.4 % marks. Aishpreet Kaur stood second with 93.2 % marks, Jaismeen Nanda got 91.8 % marks. More than 10 students got above 70 per cent marks. Chairman Kamal Aggarwal and director HK Sandhu congratulated principal MS Rekha Gupta and staff members.

Ryan International School

The Grade X Ryanites brought laurels to the school by giving 100% result. The top scorers of the school were Aarushi and Soumya Lal with 98.4% marks, followed by Raghav Goyal with 97.8% marks and Harshit Kansal with 97.2%. Principal Pooja Sharma wished them all luck for their bright future.

Budha Dal Public School

A total of 342 students appeared for the exam of whom 39 students secured 95% marks and above, 116 students above 90% marks and 239 students secured above 80% marks. Mahi Soni and Jaskirat Singh topped with 98.8% marks. Harpreet Kaur, principal, congratulating the students.

Bhupindra International Public School

The school has produced 100% result. Arshdeep Kaur topped with 98.2% marks. Yuvraj Veer stood second with 97% marks and Sanya third with 95.4% marks. Gurmeet Singh Arora, president, BIPS, congratulated the students and their parents.

Apollo Public School

The school topper Kashish Sood scored 97.2% marks, followed by Khushneet Kaur who scored 96.4% marks in the Class X exams.

Akal Academy, Reeth Kheri

Jasleen Kaur (99%) of Akal Academy Balbera in Patiala.

Around 156 students appeared for the exam and all of them cleared it with first division. Aadya Sharma topped the school with 98.6% marks, Pari and Prabh Simran bagged second and third position with 98.4% and 97.4% marks respectively. Principal Shaminder Pal Kaur congratulated all students, parents and teachers.

St Xavier’s International

Siya Behal topped the school by achieving 95.8% marks, followed by Aastha and Akshita with 95.2 % and 92.6% marks respectively. The management and the principal of the school congratulated the students and wished them good luck for their future endeavours.


Principal Flevy David offers sweets to Priyanshi (99.4%) at Our Lady of Fatima Convent Senior Secondary School. Rupit Paul Singh (99%) in red T-shirt.

Diksha (99%) from St Peter Academy celebrates in Patiala.

Shreyas Mehta (99%), a student of DPS, Patiala, celebrates his success with his family.

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