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CBSE Class X results: Schools celebrate 100% results

CBSE Class X results: Schools celebrate 100% results

Sri Guru Harkrishan Sr Sec Public School students and staff celebrate after the announcement of CBSE Class X results in Amritsar.

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, August 3

District schools reported 100 per cent results in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X exams, the results of which were announced by the CBSE on Tuesday. Students and teachers erupted in joy as many students reported 90 per cent and above marks, despite academic interruptions throughout the year due to the pandemic. As students celebrated their achievement, teachers were happy that the uncertainty had finally come to an end. As the highest score in district touched 99.8 per cent, several students came close to the mark with 95 per cent and above marks being reported from each school.


Senior Study II, Putlighar

Hargun Preet Singh bagged the top position with 99.8 per cent, followed by Janesh Khurana who scored 97.6 per cent while Aarushi Chopra and Pratham Chhabra got 96.4 per cent. A total of 31 students scored 90 per cent and above. Principal Upasana Mehra said, “It was a collective effort. The devotion of teachers, the dedication of students and the support of the parents brought the desired results.”


The Millenium School

The Millennium School achieved a 100 per cent result in the Class X exam. Stuti Arora emerged as the school topper with 97.2 per cent, followed by Sudhanshu Batra with 96.6 per cent and Hridya Sehgal, Prithvi Nayyar and Aarnavbir Singh Osahan scored 96.4 per cent each. A total of 36 per cent students have scored above 90 per cent marks and 72 per cent have scored above 80 per cent.


Khalsa College International Public School & Khalsa College Public School

Sunidhi Sharma from Khalsa College International Public School (KCIPS) scored 99.2 per cent marks in the CBSE Class X examinations. Apart from her, Simranpreet Kaur got 92.4 per cent, which registered 100 per cent results with six students getting above than 80 per cent marks. Similarly, the results of Khalsa College Public School (KCPS), GT Road, were also impressive as Navjot Kaur scored 96.8 per cent, Tarundeep got 96.6 per cent, Pratima scored 96.4 per cent and Gurjaap and Gursewak both got 96.2 per cent marks. Over 25 students got above than 90 per cent marks. Another Khalsa College Public School (Heir) under Khalsa College Governing Council also registered good results as Prabhnoor scored 91 per cent while Prabhjot here got 90 per cent marks while five more students got more than 80 per cent marks.


DAV International Public School

In DAV International School, of the 376 students, Ashray Aggarwal bagged first position in the school with 98.8 per cent marks. Mohit Verma, Eliza Arora and Saneha Sharma stood second with 98.2 per cent marks and Harsift Kaur with 98 per cent marks got the third position. With 100 per cent result of the school, 24 students scored above 95 per cent and 88 students scored above 90 per cent.


Sri Guru Harkrishan Sr Sec Public School, GT Road

With 100 per cent pass percentage in CBSE Class X exams, Agamjot Singh and Lakhwinder Singh emerged as school toppers with 98.8 per cent marks. Anmol Verma and Kirandeep Kaur bagged second position with 98.4 per cent marks while Jasmine Kaur got the third position with 98.2 per cent marks. Rejoicing over their success Principal Dr. Dharam Veer Singh informed that out of total 400, students 25 students scored 95 per cent and above marks.


Spring Dale Senior School

Kavisha Khanna, a student of Class X from Spring Dale Senior School, topped the school with 99 per cent marks. Nikhil Gupta stood second with a score of 98.2 per cent whereas the third position was secured by Snehpreet Kaur Chandi with a score of 97.8 per cent marks. Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said a total of 485 students appeared for the examination of which 21 students secured 95 per cent above marks and 106 students scored the 90 per cent above. He shared that the CWSN (Children With Special Needs) too appeared in the examination and they all came out with flying colours. Four out of eight children with special needs secured 80 per cent and above and the highest among them was 86.8 per cent.


DAV Public School

A total of 502 students appeared for Class X from DAV Public School. Kashvi Aggarwal shone brightly at the top with 99.6 per cent marks, Roop Amandeep Singh, Kavya Gupta and Shranay Malhotra shared the second position with 99.4 per cent marks. The third position was shared by Mannan and Tanvi Aggarwal with 99.2 per cent marks. The school had 147 students securing above 90 per cent in the CBSE Class X examination.


Shri Ram Ashram Public School

Shri Ram Ashram Public School reported top score of 97.6 per cent by Vansham Mahajan, who stood first in school. The second position was clinched by Gunin Mahajan with 97.4 per cent. Bhawika Mahajan bagged third position with 97.2 per cent. As many as 48 students got above 90 per cent.


Bhavans SL Public School

Yatish from Bhavn SL School bagged top position in school by scoring 98.6 per cent. As many as 11 students scored 100/100 marks in different subjects individually as the school reported 100 per cent result.

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