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Students of city CBSE schools excel

THE CITY boys and girls proved their best by securing good marks in the Intermediate examination, conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Most of the students of the city schools came out successful with good percentage of marks.

india Updated: May 24, 2006 00:31 IST

THE CITY boys and girls proved their best by securing good marks in the Intermediate examination, conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

Most of the students of the city schools came out successful with good percentage of marks.

In the science stream, Charu Agarwal of DPS, Kalyanpur has secured 94.3 per cent, Akshat Mishra of Sir Padampat Singhania Education Centre got 93 per cent, Veena Vasudev of Mariampur Senior Secondary School, Sarojini Nagar secured 91.4 per cent, Nishant Paliwal of KV-IIT secured 91.2 percent, Sankalp Kohli of Puranchandra Vidyaniketan secured 92 per cent,  Sanjeev Kumar of KV-3 secured 90.2 per cent, Ashutosh Agnihotri and Alok Mathur of Woodbine Gardenia School secured 90 percent, Prashant Trivedi of KV-1 and Srikant Khandekar of Jugal Devi Saraswati Vidhya Mandir each secured 88.6 per cent, Vinamra  Shukla of  KV-Ordinance Equipment Factory secured 86.4 per cent and Ranju Tiwari of KV-Cantt  secured 84.2 per cent.

However, in the commerce stream, the toppers include Gagan Preet Kaur of Woodbine Gardenia School, Vikas Agarwal of Puranchandra Vidyaniketan and Amardeep Kaur of Sir Padampat Singhania Education Centre each secured 93 percent, Richa Lalwani of Mariampur Senior Secondary School secured 86.8 per cent and Amit Bhalotia of Jugal Devi Saraswati Vidhya Mandir got 82.2 per cent.

While talking to Hindustan Times, DPS’ Charu Agarwal said she expected good percentage but being a topper was a wonderful feeling. Charu had received lots of encouragement from her principal, teachers and friends, which made her to score good marks. Aspiring to be an engineer, Charu feels that reservation policy is not appropriate for the country’s progress.

“One should have focused on study and each subject to be studied with equal importance,” added Charu.

However, Vinamra Shukla of KV-OEF said that he always believed in self-study. According to him, CBSE evaluation system is the best.

Vinamra wants to be an IAS officer so that he could remove corruption a little.
To his juniors, he conveyed the message, “Have faith in yourself and prove yourself.”