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Ashveen Bansal tops Patiala in CBSE Class 12 results

punjab Updated: May 22, 2016 15:51 IST
Haridner Singh Khaira
Haridner Singh Khaira
Hindustan Times

Ashveen, a student of science (non-medical) stream, scored 486 out of 500 marks. (HT Photo)

Ashveen Bansal of Bhupindra International Public School (BIPS) topped the district in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class-12 examinations results declared on Saturday.

Ashveen, a student of science (non-medical) stream, scored 486 out of 500 marks (97.2 %) by obtaining 99 marks in Physics, 95 in Chemistry and marks in Mathematics.

Parmansh Singh of BIPS and Akashdeep Kaur Dhillon of Budha Dal Public School, jointly, bagged the second position with 96.8 % marks.

Meanwhile, Simran Seth of St Xavier’s Public School, Harmanjit Singh of BIPS, and Vivek Arora of St Peters’ Academy, scored the third position across the district with 96.6 % marks.

Talking to HT, Ashveen said he wanted to become a software engineer and was preparing for IIT (Advanced) test to get admission in IIT, Delhi. “I got my inspiration to become a software engineer from Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and want to lead the world in the field of software engineering,” he said. He added that the support of his teachers and motivation by his parents helped him to achieve the desired result.

Paramansh Singh, who scored 484 marks in the non-medical stream, too, was preparing for IIT (Advanced) and wanted to shift Bombay, seeking a career in software engineering. “Since my childhood, I have been interested in engineering, as both my parents are engineers. They have supported me at every step to attain my goal,” he said, adding that his family and teachers helped him in his studies and solved his every problem.

Akashdeep, who shared the second position, appeared to be determined about her career. She said she wanted to become a business woman and would start her own business as an entrepreneur. She said she was inspired from Indra Nooyi, CEO of food-and-drink conglomerate PepsiCo, and always wanted to become like her.

She added that she was going to join a reputed college for a graduation degree in commerce. “First of all, I want to thank god and secondly my family and teachers for inspiring me to perform better,” said Akashdeep.

Simran Seth, a joint third position holder across the district, wanted to join IIT, Delhi by securing good position in IIT Advanced. She said her teachers always inspired her to perform better and unconditional support of her parents helped her score 483 marks.

Harmanjit Singh from non-medical science stream and Vivek Arora from commerce stream, who shared the third rank with Simran thanked their teachers and parents for their help and support in every manner.