City students won laurels in the Class 10 and 12 ICSE examinations, with the toppers achieving 97.8% and 96.5% marks respectively.
In Class 10 examinations, Tarush Goyal, a student of Sat Paul Mittal School, topped the district with 97.8% marks. Goyal belongs to the science stream. The second position was bagged by Parneet Kaur, a student of Sacred Heart, Jamalpur, with a score of 97.2%.
The third position in Class 10 was bagged by Meharjot of Commerce stream, also a student of Sat Paul Mittal School, who scored 97% marks.
Paras Goyal, also a student of Sacred Heart, bagged the fourth position with 96.4% marks.
In Class 12 results, Tushali Mittal of non-medical stream, a student of Sacred Heart School, Jamalpur, emerged the overall topper by scoring 96.5%.
The second position in non-medical stream was bagged by Smridhi Jain from the same school, scoring 95.2%.
The third position in the non-medical stream went to Parthavi Madaan, a student of Sat Paul Mittal School with a score of 94.5%.
In the medical stream, Amolika Saini of Sat Paul Mittal School emerged topper with a score of 95.25%. The second position in the medical stream was bagged by Amrin Kohli of the same school with a score of 94.8%. Amandeep Kaur and Vaibhav Gupta of Sacred Heart School stood third with a score of 94% each.
Tushar Gupta of Sat Paul Mittal School topped the commerce stream with 95.25% marks. The second position in the commerce stream was bagged by Ojasvi Jain with 94.8% marks, while Swapnil Kalra, with 94% marks stood third.
Sahil Kumar of Sat Paul Mittal School topped the humanities stream with 93.3% marks. Kavya Jain bagged the second position with 90.5% marks and Guneev Kaur and Anmol Goyal bagged the third position with 88% marks.
Sisters top respective classes in school
Making their parents proud, sisters Amandeep Kaur and Parneet Kaur, students of Class 12 and Class 10 in Sacred Heard Convent School, Jamalpur, have achieved first positions in their school.
Their father is a businessman. Amandeep scored 94.94% while her younger sister Parneet achieved 97.2% in Class 10. Their parents were gleaming with pride as their daughters achieved success at the same time. “I always wanted daughters and never felt the need of a son and today they have made us so proud. My daughters aim to take civil service examinations,” said Harpreet Singh, their father. Amandeep said she wants to do research in biotech field and study in PAU. Parneet said she was inspired by her elder sister and wanted to become an engineer.