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City students shine in CBSE

THE CITY students once again proved themselves by securing good marks in the class X examination conducted by CBSE. Most of the students? pass percentage remained above 90 per cent in the district.

india Updated: May 28, 2006 00:01 IST

THE CITY students once again proved themselves by securing good marks in the class X examination conducted by CBSE. Most of the students’ pass percentage remained above 90 per cent in the district.

Natasha Agarwal of Sir Padampat Singhania Education Centre secured 97. 2 per cent marks. Parnika Agarwal of the same school secured 97 per cent marks. Siddharth Mukherjee of Woodbine Gardenia School got 96.6%.

Mangalam Tewari of DPS, Kalyanpur secured 96.2 percent marks. Nitish Pathak, a student of Central School No. 2, Chakeri secured 95.4 per cent marks. Saurav Kumar Sharma of the same school secured 94.6 per cent marks while Md Aqib of Central School, OEF secured 92 per cent marks.

Supriya secured 91. 4 per cent marks and Vikas Sharma secured 90. 2 per cent marks. Both are students of Army School, Cantt . Imtiaz Ahmed of Cental School, Cantt secured 91.2% marks. Rupam Bageesh and Saurabh Singh of Central School No. 3 each secured 90%.

Anshik Kaushal, Karan Bajpai and Sanjita Gupta of OEF Secondary School each secured 89.4% marks. Shivani Mishra of Central School No. 2, Armapur got 89 pc.

Siddharth Mukherjee of Woodbine Gardenia School felt that the CBSE pattern and syllabus were the best. He wants to be an engineer and believes that one can achieve anything through hard work. His mother Sumita Mukherjee, who is also the principal of Woodbine Gardenia School, said that a child should never be forced to study.

However, Mangalam Tewari of DPS, Kalyanpur said that his ideal was his grandpa. He spent five to six hours regularly on studies. Cricket is his passion. A lover of music Mangalam wants to complete B.Tech from IIT and then would like to bring changes in society by becoming an IAS officer. He said that reservation was lowering the quality of education and disabling some people. “I love my city.

It has many qualities and all the toppers are from the city itself.” In a message to his juniors he said that ‘ believe in yourself and put in your all efforts’.

Nitish Pathak, who aspires to be an engineer, said that he did not have fixed timings for study but was fully devoted to it.