Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, July 24
The results of Class X (ICSE) and Class XII (ISC) were declared today.
In Class XII (science stream), Sat Paul Mittal School student Harshil Jain secured the 1st position with 98 per cent marks, Jivjot Kaur Walia secured the 2nd position with 97.5 per cent marks and Sanshika Garg secured the 3rd position with 96.5 per cent marks. In Class XII commerce stream, Pranav Fatehpuria and Manit Gupta topped with 99.75 per cent marks followed by Mahika Kharbanda with 97.5 per cent marks and Khawaish Sood securing the 3rd position with 97 per cent marks. In Class XII (humanities), Barbie Chawla, Prachi Mehra and Romita Handa topped with 99.75 per cent, Arushi Sayal secured the 2nd position with 98.75 per cent and Aaira Madaan and Kashvi Shukla secured the 3rd position with 98.25 per cent marks.
In Class X (science), Sanansh Garg secured the 1st position with 96.6 per cent marks, Gurmehak Bedi and Tanmay Gupta secured the 2nd position with 96.4 per cent marks and Mansehaj Singh secured the 3rd position with 96.2 per cent marks. In Class X (commerce), Siya Kapoor and Rashita Pahwa topped with 97.8 per cent marks, followed by Ria Bansal and Shea Mago with 97.4 per cent marks, Sidhant Gupta securing the 3rd position with 97.2 per cent marks. Bhupinder Gogia, principal of the school, applauded the efforts of all students and congratulated their parents and staff for their achievements.
In Class X of Sacred Heart Higher Secondary Convent School, Sector 39, Arshjot Kaur has brought laurels and scored 97.8 per cent marks. The second position is secured by Gurleen Kaur who obtained 97.6 per cent marks. The third position was shared by three students, Shobhna, Sreeya Chatterjee and Garima, who scored 97.4 per cent marks.
In Class XII (commerce), Manima Chaudhary, who is the overall topper of the school, scored 97.75 per cent marks and stood first, Sohrab Singh secured the second position by getting 96.25 per cent marks. The third position was shared by Shehreen and Rubindeep Kaur who scored 95.50 per cent marks. In medical, Kavya Dua got 97.50 per cent marks and stood first. The second position was bagged by Jasleen Kaur by securing 96.25 per cent marks and Tanvir Singh stood third by obtaining 94 per cent marks. In non-medical, Bhavya got 97.50 per cent marks and bagged the first position. The second spot was bagged by Harnoor Kaur who secured 95.75 per cent marks. The third position was bagged by Arshpreet Singh who scored 95.50 per cent marks.
School director Rev Fr George Pallikunnel congratulated all students on passing their examinations with flying colours. School principal Rev Sr Crispin Maria felicitated the students and extended her best wishes for their future ventures.
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