Not only did some Panchkula schools achieved 100 per cent results,but many boasted off a large number of its students securing more than 90 per cent in their CBSE class 12 examination,the results of which were declared on Monday.
Pankhuri Goel from Bhavan Vidyalaya topped in the commerce stream in Panchkula by getting 96.4 per cent,while her batchmate Deepali Jain stood second in the Tricity in the Humanities stream by securing 94.8 per cent.
Long hours of hard work earned them success,stated the girls. Goel added that she was interested in pursuing commerce as her father,Rajinder Goel,is a chartered accountant. She is passionate about music and in fact got 100 per cent in music. I plan to take up BCom from a Delhi University college and then do an MBA in finance. I am interested in working in the private sector. I want to work with a multinational company at a managerial position, Goel said.
Her friend Deepali Jain is a sports enthusiast. She has participated in the National Gymnastics Championship in 2008. I have been active in all sporting activities in school, she said. Jain added that even as private tuitions helped her,the key to her success lied in revising the syllabus regularly that was taught at school. Few months before the exams the study hours became longer, Jain said,as she shared her success factor.
The results of Mahatma Hansraj Public School was 100 per cent. The average percentage of marks was 68 per cent. The percentage of marks bagged by the students was highest in Informatics and stood at 84 per cent, while in Mathematics it was 54.7 per cent. From DAV Senior Secondary Public School in Sector 8,the first three toppers in science stream bagged 86 to 90 per cent,while the first three positions in Arts stream was between 81.2 and 83 per cent. In the commerce stream,the first three positions of the school were in the range 71 to 78 per cent.
Sportspersons do the balancing act
Chandigarh:All work and no play could make anyone dull. Balancing sports and studies,class 12 students in some schools have excelled in both the fields. Sanjam Preet Kaur,a student of Government Model Senior Secondary School,Sector 16,has scored 90 per cent in the commerce stream. A national-level lawn tennis player,she was ranked second for two consecutive years in inter-school competitions. Miyush Sharma,a national-level football player,secured 95.6 per cent in the non-medical stream. He is a student of Government Model Senior Secondary School,Sector 37. Sugandhika,a non-medical student of KBDAV,Sector 7,is a gold medallist. A player of netball,she won the silver medal at the junior national. She scored 90.2 per cent.