Tribune News Service
Amritsar, July 30
CBSE Class XII students celebrated their results with a sense of relief and smiles that finally washed off the uncertainty and stress of the past one-and-a-half years.
“I feel relieved. I had a sleepless night in anticipation of the result. Now that it’s out, I feel like a burden has been lifted. We can finally move forward,” said Vanshika Aggarwal, a student of commerce stream from DAV Public School, who stood first in the district with 99.8 per cent.
Gagandeep Kaur from Senior Study II stood second in the district with 99.6 per cent. A student of commerce stream, she scored a perfect 100 in economics, business studies. Shubhpreet Kaur (humanities) and Harmanpreet Kaur (commerce) of Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, secured 99.2 per cent in the CBSE Class XII and shared the third position in the district.
Overall, many students managed to cross the 99 per cent mark in the city schools affiliated to the CBSE. Spring Dale School’s Pranati Peshawaria from humanities and Maanit Pratap Singh from non-medical topped their school with 99 per cent.
Priyanka Bhalla of humanities stream from DAV International School stood first in her school with 99 per cent. Muskaan from Bhavan’s SL Public School also topped her school with 99 per cent.
Stream-wise toppers in the city
All three district toppers were from the commerce stream. Vanshika Aggarwal scored 99.8 per cent, Gagandeep Kaur from Senior Study II scored 99.6 per cent and Harmandeep Kaur from Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School scored 99.2 per cent .
Shubhpreet Kaur of Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School bagged the top position in the city in humanities stream by scoring 99.2 per cent marks, followed by Pranati Peshawaria from Spring Dale School with 99 per cent and Priyanka Bhalla of DAV International School also scoring 99 per cent.
As far as medical stream is concerned, the maximum score in the stream was 98.6 per cent marks by Anushka from Bhavan’s SL School followed by Karsh Verma of DAV Public School with 98.2 per cent and Vridhi Dua of DAV International School who scored 97.8 per cent marks.
In non-medical, the highest score was 99 per cent by Maanit Pratap Singh of Spring Dale School, followed by Pahul Arora of DAV International scoring 98.8 per cent and Khushi Singh of DAV International School who scored 98.4 per cent.
Girls outshine boys in Tarn Taran district
The Class XII results were declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday. In Tarn Taran district, girls outshined boys in most of the schools affiliated to the CBSE.
Guru Amar Dass Adarsh Institute, Goindwal Sahib
Sahilpreet Kaur (medical) and Tanya Sharma (commerce) emerged as school toppers by scoring 97 per cent. Smiledeep Kaur (non-medical) and Kirandeep Kaur (commerce) are the second school toppers (96 per cent).
Sehajbir Kaur (medical) bagged the third position in the school by scoring 95.2 per cent. Total 21 students scored above 90 per cent marks. Director Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Principal Manisha Sood said 38 students of total 60 secured above 80 per cent.
Mamta Niketan Convent School
Gurcharan Kaur, Principal, said in arts stream, Mehakpreet Kaur secured 97.6 per cent; in science, Gurmeet Kaur secured 96.8 per cent and in commerce, Amritpal Singh secured 95.6 per cent and they were the toppers in school.
Guru Nanak Dev Academy, Noordi Road
Principal Gurdeep Kaur said the first three positions in the school were bagged by Arashdeep Kaur (95.8 per cent), Jashanpreet Kaur 95.6 per cent and Simranpreet Kaur 95 per cent in commerce stream. Ekamjot Kaur (92.8 per cent), Prabhjit Singh (91.2 per cent) and Pawanpreet Kaur (90 per cent) remained toppers in the non-medical group in the school. The institution was run under local Kar Sewa sect of Baba Jagtar Singh.
Majha Public School
Principal Dr Raman Dua said Manbeer Kaur secured 95.6 per cent and Ridham secured 93.8 per cent in the non-medical stream. In medical, Harnoor Mallhi got 95.2 per cent and Sanchi got 91.45 per cent. The Principal said Harleen Kaur by securing 93 per cent and Agyapal Singh with 91.4 per cent remained the toppers in the school in the commerce stream.
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