Campus Notes: High School

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AMRITSAR: Hezal Arora and Vihaan Garg of Excelsum High School have emerged as toppers in their school with both of them securing 98.6 per cent marks in the CBSE Class X results. Hezal and Pulkit Grover got 100 marks in Mathematics and Hezal got 100 marks in Social Studies. Saanvi Mahhandle came second with 97.4 percent, while Dairika Arora and Divyanshi Kapoor tied for third with 97.2 percent. Her 54% of the school’s Class X students secured her 90% or above marks.

Level Dale Public School

Rebel Dale Public School hosted a memorial service for the late poet Dr. Surjit Pater. Students, teachers, and resource person Avtar Singh read and discussed his poems. The poem is considered to be a poignant commentary on the regressive practices prevalent in Punjab. Mr. Avtar, an avid reader and Punjabi literature lover, addressed the students of Class X and shared his insights and perceptions about Dr. Patal’s poetry.

Ashok Vatika Public School

Students of Ashok Vatika Public School have performed well in the CBSE exams and the results have been declared recently. Anumeth Kaur (Medical) topped the school with a score of 93.4%. Lisima in the non-medical stream scored 93.2 per cent. Ms. Loveleen Kaur (Commerce) secured 92% and Mr. Sahil Singh (Humanities) 90%. The students expressed their gratitude to their teachers and school authorities for helping them achieve good scores in the Board of Education examinations. Principal Anchal Mahajan and Vice Principal Vipul Mahajan congratulated the students and wished them good luck for the future.

Indian public schools

The management, principal and teachers of Indian Public School, Airport Road, Amritsar congratulate the students for their excellent performance in the CBSE Class X Board Examinations as all the school children passed all the examinations. did. Chahat Mehra secured her first place within the school with her 93.2% score. Both Taranpreet Singh and Harwinder Singh secured 91 per cent while Ishmanpreet secured 89.2 per cent.

CKD Management Technology Institute

The management of Khalsa Diwan Chief Secretary has appointed Dr. Sukhbir Singh as the new head of CKD Institute of Management Technology. Dr. Sukhbir Singh retired as the Head of the Punjabi Department at Khalsa University and also served as the Dean of the Khalsa University. He has his 31 years of experience in the academic field. Mr. Savinder Singh Katunangal will hand over the new responsibilities of the university to the newly appointed Director, while Dr. Sukhbir Singh will develop the University with the support of other experienced Directors. He expressed his expectations.

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