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City students shine bright in CBSE Class-12 results

After putting sustained hard work in preparing for the CBSE Class 12 examination, students in most of the city schools had a gala time as they fared exceedingly well in the results that were declared on Wednesday around 11am.

punjab Updated: May 28, 2014 23:37 IST
Usmeet Kaur

After putting sustained hard work in preparing for the CBSE Class 12 examination, students in most of the city schools had a gala time as they fared exceedingly well in the results that were declared on Wednesday around 11am.

As many as 204 students of DAV International School had written the exams, of them Bhavpreet Kaur of commerce stream stood first in the school with 95.4%, while Dhwani Mahajan and Stuti Khanna of the same stream stood second with 95.2% each, whereas Ginika, Mehak Aggarwal, Rishab Marwaha and Nitish Arora, all non-medical students, stood third with 94.2%.

"Out of 204, three students scored above 95%, 25 above 90%, 80 above 80%, 138 above 70% and 190 above 60%," said elated principal Anjana Gupta. "The results are indicator of untiring efforts of the students, their parents and teachers," she added.

It was a celebration time on The Senior Study School II campus in Putlighar, where Naman Bajaj and Abhishek Goswami of commerce and non-medical, respectively, got the highest marks for the school - 95.6%; while Shubkarman Singh got 93.6%, highest in the medial stream at the school.

As many as 43 students scored above 90%, said Vijay Mehra, the principal.

Similarly, students at Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public school, GT Road, scored outstandingly well. Here, in all four streams, the toppers are girls: Gurkiran Kaur bagged 97% in commerce; Akalpreet Kaur 96.8% non-medical; Divjot Kaur Arora 95.2% in medical; and Jashanpreet

Kaur topped in humanities with 93.6%.Amrit Kaur Sandhu of humanities was declared topper at Delhi Public School (DPS) with 97% marks.

The school authorities claimed her to be the topper in humanities in Amritsar district. Rajdeep Singh and Kashish Singal of science stream secured second and third positions at DPS with 94.2% and 92%, respectively.

At Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public School, Sultanwind Link Road, Harmanpreet Kaur with 92.4% in medical, Bawneet Kaur with 86% in non-medical and Harsajanpreet Singh with 88.4% in commerce topped in their respective streams.

Meanwhile, DAV Public School principal Neera Sharma claimed: "Saksham Sharma with 97.6% in non-medical and Jyotsna Sharma with the same percentage (97.6%) in humanities are not only the school toppers, but have topped in the district in their respective streams."

"Out of the total 412 students who appeared in the exam, we have 16 students above 95% and 68 above 90% and 126 above 85%. The result is marvellous and I am very happy with the students' performance," a visibly jubilant Sharma.

At Khalsa Collegiate Public School; Malwinder Kaur scored 93.6% in non-medical, while Tejinder Singh scored 91.4% in non-medical, and Ravneet Kaur secured 99% marks in biology and 98% in physical education.

Spring Dale Senior School principal Rajiv Kumar Sharma said Rehas Mehar Kaur Sachdeva of non-medical topped in the school with 97.2%, while Malvika Talwar of commerce stood second with 96.6%; and Avneet Sachdeva of commerce came third in the school with 96.2%.

As many as 43 students of the school have scored 90% and above in various streams.

Aastha Sood of commerce topped at Shri Ram Ashram Public School with 95.8% followed by Satyam Aggarwal 94.4%. Prerna Bhalla stood first in non-medical with 95.2% followed by Rakesh Sharma 95%.

At Manav Public School, Gunjan topped the commerce stream in the school with 94.4%, while Vani Mahajan topped in science with 94.6%.

As many as 90 students of Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public School, Majitha Road Bypass, appeared in the CBSE Class 12 examination in medical, non-medical and commerce streams, of which 20% bagged merit positions and 90% passed with first division.

Navneet Kaur of commerce scored 93.6%, while Tamanna Sachdeva scored 92.6% marks. in non-medical stream both Aviraj Singh and Harmanpreet Kaur scored 91. 4%, while Taranjot Kaur Gill and Jaipal Kaur of medical stream scored 86.6% and 86.4%, respectively.

"Girls have outshone boys," says Kusam Malhotra, principal, Kendriya Vidyalaya-1.

As many as 156 students appeared in the exam, while Kamaljeet Kaur of commerce scored 92.6% and MeghaTrikha scored 91.4%.

While at Sri Guru Harkrishan International school, Ranjit Avenue, Upneet Singh of non-medical stream scored 92%, Bikramjeet Singh topped the school in medical with 88%, and Nainpreet Singh with 83.6% topped the commerce stream in the school.

While declaring their stream-wise toppers, Amritsar Public School listed Kanav Mehra of non-medical with 92 %, Karandeep Kaur of commerce with 92% and Pooja Yadav, commerce, 92%.