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Girls outperform boys in Class X results

Girls outperform boys in Class X results

Our Correspondent

Hoshiarpur, July 16

Girls outperformed boys in the CBSE Class X results in most of the schools of the district. In several schools, the first three places were bagged by the girls.

Sri Guru Harishan Public School, Pandori Khajoor

Shri Guru Harishan Public School, Pandori Khajoor, secured 100 per cent result. Principal Kiranpreet Kaur said the students Gursharanjit Kaur secured 97 per cent marks and stood first in the school, Chahatpreet Kaur remained second securing 96 per cent marks and Avneet Kaur Grewal third with 95 per cent marks. School management in-charge Iqbal Singh Lalpura, Ujjal Singh and Maninderpal Singh congratulated the students.

Cambridge International School, Dasuya

In CIS, Dasuya Sohvat Saini stood first with 97 per cent marks, Arin Aggarwal, Anureet Kaur Dhatt and Bhavya secured second position jointly scoring 96.6 per cent and third position was shared by Anureet Kaur and Harshit Chaudhary with 96 per cent. Principal Anit Arora, congratulated the students and their parents

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Gems Cambridge School, Hoshiarpur

Principal of Gems Cambridge International School, Hoshiarpur, Vaishali Sharma said 12 students of the school scored more than 90 per cent. Muskan took the first place with 95.20 percent, Dio Garg stood at the second place with 93.80 per cent and Daksha bagged the third position with 93.30 per cent marks. The school’s CEO Raghav Vasal, President KK Vasal and Chairman Sanjeev Vasal congratulated the students, parents and the teachers.

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Delhi International School, Chabbewal

The result of Delhi International School, Chabbewal, was 100 per cent. Anamika Puri of the school secured first place with 96.2 percent marks, Priya Saini took second place with 94.8 percent marks and Shreya Sood secured 93.4 percent marks. School directors Anuj Tola and Amit Tola congratulated the students and teachers.

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GMA City Public School, Singdiwala

GMA City Public School, Singdiwala, Principal Anita Arora said Muskan Heer took the first place with 97.4 percentage points, Rahul took the second place with 96 per cent and Diksha took the third place with 95.4 per cent marks. Twelve students scored more than 90 per cent and 25 students scored more than 80 per cent.

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GMA City Public School, Chabbewal

Principal of GMA City Public School, Chabbewal Dr Hardeep Singh said student Harsimran Kaur secured 100 out of 100 marks in the social subject and secured 96.2 percent marks in the school, Mandeep Kaur took 91.8 percent marks and Jaspreet Kaur took 90.3 percent marks.

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Woodland Overseas School

Students of Woodland Overseas School performed brilliantly in the results of Class X announced by the school. School student Ayush Arora secured 98 per cent marks and secured the second position in the district and first in the school. Pooja Dhiman said 36 students of the school scored more than 90 per cent. Babita Khutan secured 96.6 percent marks and second place in the school and Sadiq Madel secured 96.2 percent marks. School Dean Dr Simarjit Kaur Gill and Managing Trustee Mandeep Singh Gill congratulated the students and teachers.

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Ch Balbir Singh Public Senior Secondary School

Students of Ch Balbir Singh Public Senior Secondary School, Hoshiarpur, being run by DAV College Managing Committee, Hoshiarpur, did well in Class 10 CBSE results. Principal Ranjna Anand said Diya Sharma stood first with 91 per cent marks, Sumaya stood second with 90 per cent and Sachin Tripathi stood third in the school with 89.2 percent marks. School Committee president Dr Anoop and Secretary DL Anand congratulated the students and the staff.

 

 

 

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