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Toppers talk @ 96 per cent and above!

NIGHT IS longer than day for those who dream. But day is longer than night for those who make their dreams come true. And their dream came true this evening around 3 pm when the ICSE and ISC results of Class X and Class XII were announced. No wonder, they were sure of coming out with flying colours in this examination, still they found it difficult to relax until they checked their results on the Net. It was a long day for majority of them.

india Updated: May 18, 2006 00:35 IST

NIGHT IS longer than day for those who dream. But day is longer than night for those who make their dreams come true.

And their dream came true this evening around 3 pm when the ICSE and ISC results of Class X and Class XII were announced.

No wonder, they were sure of coming out with flying colours in this examination, still they found it difficult to relax until they checked their results on the Net.

It was a long day for majority of them. Also there were quite a few similarities among the meritorious students. Majority of them want to become engineer or join the civil services. But there were none who wished to become doctor or teacher as they saw there was not enough opportunity in these professions.

Shwetambra Sharma of SKD Academy has secured 96.5 pc in the ISC Class XII examinations. Sharma says she was having sleepless nights for past few days.

She wants to go for civil services. Shivani of Modern Academy obtained 96.25 pc in the Class XII examinations too wants to become an IAS officer. Shivani Shukla of CMS Gomti Nagar scored 96.25 pc marks in this Class XII exam.

Akhand Vikram Bahadur Singh of Modern Academy has an aggregate of 95 pc with 100 pc in Maths. Sashank Singh of Modern School secured 95 pc in the Class XII exams. He secured 100 pc in Mathematics and wants to become an engineer. He has appeared in various competitive examinations held for different engineering colleges. Sushant Gomber of CMS Mahanagar (Class XII) passed with 95 pc while Rahul Sonkar of SKD Academy got 92 pc.

In the ICSE Class X examinations, Ahmad Imad of St Francis’ College scored 97 pc marks. He wants to become an engineer and would seek admission at class XI in the college itself. Imad said that he is grateful to the teachers of the college.

Anujaya Krishna, Class X, Loreto Convent pulled 93.6 pc. She almost skipped her lunch and started reading story books until it was 3 pm. Anujaya who wants to be a computer graduate has a penchant for writing as well.

Happiness of VN Garg (IAS) knew no bound. His daughter and son have done exceptionally well in the ICSE and ISC examinations respectively. Daughter Arushi Garg of Loreto Convent (class X) notched 93.2 pc while son Shiva Garg of St Francis College pulled equal percentage in the ISC examination.

Similarly, another sibling Ankit and Aradhana made their parent proud. If Ankit pulled 94.2 pc (Class X) while his sister Aradhana had to content with 93.2 pc in the Class XII examinations. Both are students of CMS, Gomti Nagar. Divyam Goel (Class X) of La Martiniere Boys has 94.6 pc while Tushar of Spring Dales obtained 95.6 pc.

Students of Lucknow Public College, Rajajipuram and Sahara States, Jankipuram branch have also done well. Two students of ICSE Puneet Srivastava (95 pc) and Anupama (95.4 pc) and three students of ISC Mrigank Shukla (96.25 pc), Sumit Sahu (95.75 pc) and Jyotshna Srivastava (95.5 pc) have done the college pround. Mohit Singh Kanwal of St John Bosco got 93 pc marks in the class X examinations.

Interestingly, majority of meritorious students are against quota as they reckon that it adversely hits the meritorious students. What they suggest is reservation on the basis of economic status.