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Class XII results: Ludhiana girl tops state with 99.8% marks

Class XII results: Ludhiana girl tops state with 99.8% marks

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 30

The CBSE today declared the results of Class XII on the basis of past performance of three years i.e. Classes X, XI and XII.

Ishroop Kaur Brar, a student of Sacred Hear Senior Secondary School, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana, has scored maximum 99.8 per cent marks amongst all streams. She scored these marks in humanities. Arshia Bansal of the same school scored 99.2 per cent marks in commerce. She shares the same percentage with Daman Dang from DAV, Pakhowal, and Kalpa from DAV, BRS Nagar.

In medical stream, Karanvir Jhajj from Sacred Heart School and Sayam Gupta and Khushbu Sharma from DAV, BRS Nagar, scored 99.2 per cent marks while in non-medical, Once Kaur from KVM School scored 99.2 per cent marks.

In other streams like mass media, financial market management and food production, three students from BCM Arya School, namely Muskan Goel, Pareksha Sachdeva and Prapti Narag scored 98.6, 98.6 and 98.4 per cent marks, respectively.

 

 

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