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Bhopal students come out with flying colours

BHOPAL STUDENTS have shined in the MBD Talent Search Examination, the results for which were announced on Tuesday. Maximum number of students ? 24 students out of 90 in the State merit list ? belongs to Bhopal. Fifty-nine students of Chhattisgarh featured in a separate merit list.t.

india Updated: Jan 24, 2007 11:48 IST

BHOPAL STUDENTS have shined in the MBD Talent Search Examination, the results for which were announced on Tuesday.  Maximum number of students — 24 students out of 90 in the State merit list — belongs to Bhopal. Fifty-nine students of Chhattisgarh featured in a separate merit list.t.

Total 51,241 students of both states had participated in the exams of which 36,304 were from MP. Students, who have featured in merit list include 10 each of Rewa and Sidhi, five of Indore, four of Anuppur, three each of Vidisha and Balaghat, two each of Umaria, Ujjain, Dewas, Shahdol, Guna, Chhindwara, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Satna and Hoshangabad and one each of Jhabua, Burhanpur, Rajgarh, Raisen, Betul, Mandsaur, Katni, Sehore, Neemuch, Shajapur and Sagar.

The principal of the St Joseph’s Girls Senior Secondary School from where six students featured in the merit list would be felicitated on the occasion. The awards will be given away at a function in second week of February in Bhopal.

The controller of exam, Anil Sharma, said that principals of those ten schools from where maximum students participated in exams would also be felicitated.

Classwise first rank holders of State are as follows – standard I – Simran Rajani of Bhopal, Niket Vishwakarma of Umaria and Shivanshu Sharma of Anuppur, Standard II – Ashutosh Soni of Umaria, Standard III – Chandni Varanasi of Betul, Adya Munshi of Bhopal, Prashant Chourasia of Balaghat and Deepmala of Indore, Standard IV – Varun Vyas of Bhopal, Standard V – Arihant Jain of Gwalior and Anagha Puntambekar of Indore, Standard VI – Alok Damahe of Balaghat, Standard VII – Tanmay Bhunia of Sidhi, Standard VIII – Divyansh Singh of Gwalior, standard IX – Shina Johri of Bhopal and Standard X – Mohammad Faizan Khan of Bhopal.