Mai Bhago institute’s Cadet Dilpreet Kaur brings laurels

Published on Jun 17, 2022 02:03 AM IST
Bringing laurels to the state, Cadet Dilpreet Kaur from Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls, Mohali, has secured 27th position in the first batch of the All India Combined Boys and Girls Merit of NDA
Cadet Dilpreet Kaur from Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls, Mohali, has secured 27th position in the first batch of the All India Combined Boys and Girls Merit of the National Defence Academy (NDA) . (HT Photo)
Cadet Dilpreet Kaur from Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls, Mohali, has secured 27th position in the first batch of the All India Combined Boys and Girls Merit of the National Defence Academy (NDA) . (HT Photo)
By, Chandigarh

Bringing laurels to the state, Cadet Dilpreet Kaur from Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls, Mohali, has secured 27th position in the first batch of the All India Combined Boys and Girls Merit of the National Defence Academy (NDA). She also bagged the rank in the top four for girls overall besides being the topper in Punjab. She belongs to Sangrur district.

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