Patiala, July 30
Simran Sood and Chelsie Ghakar of Budha Dal Public School (BDPS) jointly secured top position in the district in the CBSE Board Class XII examinations, whose results were declared in the evening today. Simran of humanities and Chelsie Ghakar of commerce stream scored 98.8 per cent marks each.
The second position was grabbed by Lisha Bajaj of DAV Public School, who scored 98.6 per cent marks in commerce stream. The third position was also bagged by a BDPS student Jai Inder Kaur, who scored 98.4 per cent marks in humanities stream.
While talking to The Tribune Chelsie Ghakar said, “We students and teachers got along with online classes pretty well. Actually, we covered the syllabus well in time. Moreover, teachers were available 24x7 which helped me a lot. I remember clearing my doubts with my teachers even at odd hours.”
Meanwhile, Harpreet Kaur, Principal, BDPS, said, “Though the past academic year has indeed been quite unpredictable and challenging owing to Covid-19 pandemic, educational institutions adapted to online teaching well. Students and teachers, despite unprecedented time, could ensure good results in examinations. It is indeed result of a collective effort by students, teachers and the school management.”
St Peter’s Academy
Students from Class XII have once again brought honour to St Peter’s Academy, Patiala. Of 67 pupils of the academy 28 scored 90 per cent and above. In the commerce stream, Degain Goyal and Iqbal Singh bagged first place with a score of 98.2 per cent each in the school. With a score of 96.2 percent, Ibrahim Khan stood first in the medical stream. In the non-medical category, Mehak Sahai got 97.4 per cent marks. School principal Rev Fr Michael Collins congratulated the staff and student on their accomplishment.
Police DAV Public School
Many students of DAV Public School, Patiala, got good result in the CBSE Class XII examinations. Jasmine Kaur topped the school with 98.2 per cent marks.
Ryan International School
Out of 65 students of the school 16 scored above 90 per cent, 24 managed to get between 80 and 90 per cent and 18 got between 70 to 80 per cent marks in the CBSE Class XII examinations. This year too, girls outshined boys as Viniti Pandita (Humanities) and Mahempreet Kaur (Commerce) ranked first in the school by scoring 97 per cent marks followed by Gurkanwal Kaur (Humanities) with 95.2 per cent and Mitali Bharadwaj (Commerce) with 95 per cent.
Akal Academy, Reeth Kheri
Harmanjot Kaur with non-medical stream and Kiranpreet Kaur with commerce jointly secured top position in the school by scoring 97.4 per cent marks in the CBSE Class XII examinations. Prabjot Kaur topped in medical stream by scoring 96.8 per cent marks and Manjot Bajwa stood first in the school in humanities stream by scoring 97.2 per cent marks. Overall 41 students scored above 90 per cent marks. School principal Shaminder Pal Kaur congratulated students, parents and all the staff members on the occasion.
The Millennium School
Abhinav Garg, Pooja Walia and Sehajnoor Kaur Khangura were declared joint toppers in the school as they scored 95.6 per cent marks each in the Class XII CBSE examinations. Pooja Aggarwal grabbed second position with 95 per cent marks. All students scored above 70 per cent marks.
Bhupindra International Public School
Sugampreet Kaur of humanities group topped the school by securing 97.6 per cent marks. Sumit Prida of the non-medical stream made his mark by scoring 96.6 marks in the CBSE Class XII examinations. Takdir Sandhu of medical stream scored 96.4 per cent marks. Jayesh Sharma topped in commerce stream by securing 95.6 marks. Kiratpreet Kaur of humanities stream secured 95.4 per cent marks. School principal Indu Sharma congratulated all students and their parents for their achievement.
M Bhavya and Sukhmanjot Kaur made the DPS proud with an aggregate of 95.8 per cent marks in the non-medical stream of the CBSE Class XII examinations. School principal Santosh Shukla congratulated students and their families.
The Paradise International School, Ghagga
Students of the Paradise International School, Ghagga, outshone the area with their good performance in Class XII CBSE results. Sejal Garg topped the school with 97 per cent marks. Prerna Verma, Palak, Agampreet Singh and Halima Khatoon scored 95.6 per cent marks each followed by Arshdeep Singh and Khushboo with 94.8 per cent marks.—TNS
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