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Thursday, 16 July 2020

Hard work pays off for Mahendragarh electrician’s son

Tribune News Service

Mahendragarh, July 15

Joginder Sharma, son of an electrician, has brought laurels to his village Kojinda by obtaining 96.6 per cent marks in Class X, the result of which were declared by the CBSE on Wednesday.

A student of Eureka Public School in Narnaul, Joginder says he worked hard for the exam and used to pedal 3 km to school every day. He wants to opt for the non-medical stream to fulfil his dream of becoming a civil engineer.

Selja questions formula for state board result

  • Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee chief Kumari Selja has raised questions on the formula used by the Board of School Education Haryana for the Class X exam results
  • She says due to the board's formula amid Covid, the future of thousands of students of the state has become bleak
  • Selja also wrote a letter to the CM and requested him to promote all students to the next class on the lines of Punjab

Avinash of Narnaul, son of a railway gangman, made his parents proud by getting 95.6 per cent marks. He said he wants to join defence services and serve the nation.

Faridabad: Three Faridabad students have scored 99.4 per cent marks in Class X and more than 1,000 have got over 90 per cent.

Jasraj Singh of Modern Delhi Public School, Prinkle Dhingra of Delhi Public School and Lavanya Jain of Ryan International School have scored 99.4 per cent marks. At least 48 pupils of these schools have obtained above 95 per cent marks.

Yamunanagar: Arushi of Spring Field Public School has got 98.4 per cent in Class X board examination. Aryan Singh of Swami Vivekanand Public School scored 98.2 per cent, while Bhavya of Spring Field Public School got 98 per cent. At Gurjar Kanya Vidya Mandir, Devdhar, Nishtha and Anasuya scored 97.2 per cent.

National Public School students Khushi and Harsimran Kaur scored 95.4 per cent, Tamanpreet Singh 94.2 per cent, Vashu Singhal 93.8 per cent, Muskan 93.2 per cent, Sneha 93 per cent, Lavishu 92.2 per cent, Mehak 92 per cent, Ayush 91.4 per cent, Anubhav Gaba 91 per cent, Vartika 90.4 per cent, Vanshika 90.2 per cent and Vinit Sharma 90 per cent.

Karnal: Meera Arora of ST Convent School has obtained 98.8 per cent marks in the board exams. "I want to become an IAS officer. I credit my success to parents and teachers. I followed a strict schedule to achieve my goal," she said.

Sneha of ST Convent School, Nandita Mittal of Pratap Public School and Dhruv Goel of Dyal Singh Public School have scored 98.6 per cent marks. Manvi of Dyal Singh main branch has obtained 98.4 per cent.

Panipat: Mahika Jain of The Millennium School has got 99.6 per cent in the exam, while Akriti Arora and Komal of Maharaja Aggarsen Public School in Samalkha obtained 99.4 per cent.

Zoya Zafar of St Mary's Convent Senior Secondary School, Nitisha of MASD Public School and Rimi Gupta of DAV Public School have got 99 per cent marks.

from The Tribune

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