Satvika, Harkirat district tops Class X, Mansi tops Class XII: Tribune India


Tribune News Service

Amritsar, May 6th

The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CICSE) announced the annual results for Class X and Class XII on Monday. Satvika Gagan, a student of Sacred Heart School, Majitha Road, secured 495 out of 500 marks with 99% marks and secured the first position in the district in class X. Harkirat Singh Avenue, a student of Shri Guru Harkrishan High School, Basant, secured 98.8 per cent marks, securing 494 out of 500 marks and secured second position in the district.

Similarly, Mansi Deora of Holy Heart Presidency School topped the district in Class XII with 97.5 per cent. Mansi is a medical student. Palakdeep Kaur and Arshdeep Kaur from the same school scored 95.75 per cent and came second with 383 marks. Both are medical students. Parina Sharma of Sacred Heart School took third place with 95.5 percent (382 points). Palina is a student of Commerce stream.

Satvika wants to become an engineer.

Satvika, a resident of Professor’s Colony, wants to become an engineer. Her father Gagandeep Singh is a businessman and her mother Sushma is a teacher at Government Secondary School in Lahori Mall. Satvika has always prioritized her studies, she said. She is determined to go abroad and do something different.

Harukirat’s goal is to become a heart surgeon.

Harkirat’s dream is to become a heart surgeon. Harkirat Singh, a student of Shri Guru Harkrishna School on Basant Road who secured 98.8 per cent marks, is a resident of Majitha Road Bypass. He said it is his dream to continue further studies in the medical field and become a heart surgeon. Harkirat’s father is Dr Harnek Singh and his mother Baljeet Kaur is a nutritionist.

Mansi Deora dreams of becoming an IPS officer

Mansi Deora is a resident of Jhandar village. Her father Sushil Kumar is a farmer and her mother Neetu is a government school teacher. She dreams of becoming an IPS officer and wants to do her best to make her dream come true, she said. Chemistry is her favorite subject. She said the entire village was celebrating her exam success.

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