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Target achieved: They scored cent per cent

chandigarh Updated: May 30, 2014 09:53 IST
Vivek Gupta

Several tricity students secured 100% marks in one or more subjects in Class-12 board exams. Kshitej Mendiratta, a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 27, has scored 100 marks in business studies and maths.

With 97.4%, he has secured overall third position in commerce stream in the tricity.

“I think clarity of concept helped me scoring 100% marks in both of these subjects, said 18-year-old Kshitej.

Getting 100% in business studies really came as a surprise, said Kshitej, adding that he got very less marks in business studies in a mock test, which he gave a week before the exam.

Besides, Ankit Bansal, commerce student of PML SD School, scored 100% in accountancy. “Since it’s a practical subject, 100% was possible and I did my best to get it,” said Ankit, who scored overall 95.8% in Class-12.

He said there were some tricky questions in the exam but he managed to solve them. I think thorough understanding of the subject was required to get 100% marks, he added.

Srishit Goel, another girl of the school, has scored 100% in business studies. Aishwarya Dhawan, Mahima Duggal and Sidhi Bansal of Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Sector 26, secured 100 in business studies.

Mahima, who is planning to do BA in economic honours from Sri Ram College of Commerce in Delhi, said: “Focus is the key to get good marks in exams, she said.

She has secured overall fourth position in the tricity in commerce. Mehak Mahajan, another student of Sacred Heart, scored 100 in mathematics.