In UP Board results for Class 10 and 12, NCR finds reasons to cheer
In the Class 10 exams, girls matched boys among the 18 toppers whereas only 12 girls found their names in the 27 names figuring in the top 10 ranking of the Class 12 exams.education Updated: Apr 29, 2018 19:28 IST
The National Capital Region (NCR) had a lot to cheer when the results of the Intermediate and high school exams conducted by the UP Board were announced.
Bulandshahr’s Prateek Choudhary and Shamli district’s Garima Goel outshone other students of the region to bag the 4th and 7th ranks in the Intermediate and high school exams respectively.
While Prateek got 92%, Garima bagged 93.5% in their respective exams.
NCR High School Toppers (Class 10)
|5.||Rohan Kumar Saini||92.5%|
Five other students from Hapur district etched their names in the UP high school top 10 ranks while Shivam Kumar Sangal of Shamli district and Sushant Singh from Meerut gave company to Prateek from NCR in the Intermediate top 10.
From Noida, Udit Dubey (89.17%), Rohini Mishra (89%) and Subhankar Jha (88.17%) were the toppers in high school exams. Ashish Kushwaha (86%) topped in Intermediate from the city.
NCR Intermediate Toppers (Class 12)
|2.||Shivam Kumar Sangal||91.4%|
|9.||Rahul Kumar Malik||89%|
The whole of Gautam Budh Nagar district saw Rohan Kumar Saini (92.5%) hold the top position in high school exams followed by Keshav Kumar and Ruchi Yadav (both 90.33%) and Sachin (89.83%).
Anjali Sharma (89%) came first from the district in the Intermediate followed by Chinu Chhonkar (88.8%) and Krishna Kumar (88.6%).
In Ghaziabad, Priyas Saroliya (91.33%), Bharti Sharma and Uzma (both 90.83%) and Laavesh Sharma and Vinay Bhandari (both 90.67%) edged the others in the high school exams.
The Intermediate exams saw Aishwarya Goely (88.4%), Vinay Sagar (88.2%) and Manu Chaudhary (87.4%) emerge at the top from Ghaziabad.
Meerut’s high school toppers were Neha Gupta (92%), Shalu Jindal (91.5%) and Anuj Kumar and Aditya Kundu (both 91%) whereas Sushant Singh (91%), Saumya Mittal (90.6%) and Rahul and Akash Kumar (both 89.2%) scored higher than others in the district in the Intermediate exams.
In the high school exams, girls matched boys from among the 18 toppers whereas only 12 girls found their names in the 27 top 10 names in the Intermediate exams.