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Home / Education / CBSE 12th Board 2019: Jind’s Bhavya ranked second, three from Panchkula region tied at third

CBSE 12th Board 2019: Jind’s Bhavya ranked second, three from Panchkula region tied at third

Bhavya, who scored 99.6% with 498/500 marks, wants to be an IAS officer and focused on self study, while avoiding social media.

education Updated: May 03, 2019, 15:23 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Rohtak
Bhavya Bhatia, who scored 99.6% in the CBSE Class-12 exams, celebrating with her parents on Thursday.
Bhavya Bhatia, who scored 99.6% in the CBSE Class-12 exams, celebrating with her parents on Thursday. (Manoj Dhaka/HT)

Humanities student Bhavya Bhatia of BRSK International Public School, Jind, was tied at second position with two others as the CBSE declared the Class 12 results on Thursday. Three students from the region were among 18 ranked third.

Bhavya, who scored 99.6% with 498/500 marks, wants to be an IAS officer and focused on self study, while avoiding social media.

Dishank Jindal of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh, and Parth Saini of St Luke’s Senior Secondary School, Solan, both from the non-medical stream and humanities student Rubina Cheema of Vidya Devi Jindal School, Hisar, were tied at the third rank with 99.4%, scoring 497/500.

Dishank got all-India rank 57 in the recent JEE Main exam, while Parth looks forward to becoming a data scientist.

Rubina, who wants to be a judge, is the daughter of Amandeep Singh Cheema, a farmer of Tarawari village in Karnal, and stayed in the Hisar school hostel.

Rajas Bhatt of Army Public School, Jalandhar, and Vinayka Sharma of Atam Devki Niketan, Ludhiana, emerged toppers in Punjab, scoring 99%.

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