Tribune News Service
Ambala, July 13
Manvi Malhotra of Murlidhar DAV Senior Secondary School, Ambala City, brought laurels to her school with 99 per cent marks in the commerce stream, Aashi 98.6 per cent in the non-medical stream, Nimrpreet Kaur 97.6 per cent in arts and Saurabh Kumar 95.8 per cent in the medical stream.
At MM International School, Mullana, 14 students of the science stream scored above 90 per cent marks, whereas seven students from the commerce stream scored above 90 per cent marks.
At DAV Police Public School, Ambala City, Vanshika Bhardwaj topped with 97.4 per cent followed by Anushka Sharma 97.4 per cent, Devanshi Siwatch and Parth 96.6 per cent and Harshita Sawhney with 96 per cent marks.
From SD Vidya School, Ambala Cantt, Kinjal topped with 98 per cent in humanities, Ashish Gupta with 97.8 per cent in commerce, Palak Khanna with 96.4 per cent in the non-medical stream, and Shreya with 92.8 per cent in the medical stream.
At DAV Public School, Ambala Cantt, among the toppers, Sukriti Mathur and Akshay Aggarwal scored 97 per cent marks, Pratyaksh Aggarwal and Vaibhav 96.2 per cent, Anubhav Gupta 96.4 per cent, Yogesh Bembey 96.2 per cent, Aditya Sharma 95.6 per cent,Tuhina Bagga 95 per cent, Akshat Garg 96. 4 per cent, Disha Chawla 96 per cent, Aryan Aggarwal 95.8 per cent and Arushi Jindal 95 per cent.
Mayank Kochhar and Aditi Singh Bahveer were the toppers with a score of 98 per cent marks each in the commerce stream at PK R Jain Vatika School. Madhav Garg scored 95 per cent marks in non-medical and Anish Chopra 93 per cent marks in humanities.
In Chaman Vatika ‘Gurukul’, Hritika Makkar topped the commerce stream with 98 per cent marks, Mahek with 97 per cent in the non-medical stream, Komaldeep with 97 per cent marks in the medical stream, Payal with 95per cent marks in the humanities stream.
At Lord Mahavir Jain Public School, Ambala Cantt, Mitali and Priya both scored 96.4 per cent, Yoginder 95 per cent and Akshita 94.2 per cent.
Bhavya Dutta scored 96 per cent followed by Simran Kaur 94 per cent, Abhinav 91per cent and Sandhya Chauhan 90 per cent at SS Little Angels Convent.
At Indian Public School, Ashna Sabharwal scored first position in the school by scoring 96.4 per cent marks, followed by Jaspinder Singh 93.8 per cent and Pranav Batra and Chakshit Dhandli 92.2 per cent, respectively.
At DCM Senior Secondary School, Ambala Cantt, Vanshika Goel brought laurels to the school by topping with 97 per cent marks followed by Nidhi Yadav 94.6 per cent, Divya 93.8 per cent, Tushar Sood 92 per cent and Kirti Verma 90.6 per cent.
At SA Jain Senior Model School, Dishika scored 97 per cent in the non-medical stream, Aayushi topped with 96.4 per cent marks in the medical stream, Deepanshi with 96.8per cent in the commerce stream and Rashmi with 94.4 per cent marks in humanities.
At Army Public School, Ambala Cantt, Jannat Dutta topped the non-medical stream with 98.6 per cent, Roshni Kumari with 98.2 per cent in arts, Navya Kapoor 97.8per cent in commerce and Mannat Chauhan with 97 per cent in the medical stream.
At NCC Senior Secondary Model School, Ambala City, Divya Kumari scored 95.5 per cent in the medical stream.
Kunal and Lavpreet Sandhu of Angels’ Senior Secondary Public School, Ambala City, scored 96 per cent each while Simranjeet 94 per cent and Paramveer 93 per cent marks. The school posted 100 per cent result.
Neha from Taneja Public School topped the school with 86 per cent marks.
At Vishwas Public School, Shahabad, Jaspreet Singh scored 97 per cent, Arsh 96per cent, Ramandeep 95.8 per cent, Ramandeep Kaur 95.4 per cent, Abhinav Anand 95 per cent.
At Manish Papneja Memorial Public School, Ismailabad, Gagandeep scored 95.8 per cent in humanities, Princy 95.6 per cent in science followed by Gurpreet Kaur with 95 per cent marks.
At Aggarsain Public School, Kurukshetra, Navya scored 97.6 per cent in non-medical, Shreya 96.2 per cent in medical and Ananya 96.8 per cent in the commerce stream.
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