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CBSE AISSCE results out,doctor’s son tops district with 98.6% in non-medical stream

The results of All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE),conducted by CBSE for Class XII all over India,were declared on Monday.

Written by Goyal Divya | Ludhiana | Published: May 28, 2013 3:58:47 am

The results of All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE),conducted by CBSE for Class XII all over India,were declared on Monday.

The results in the city brought cheer for the son of a doctor who topped the district with 98.6% marks in non-medical stream.

While Ritish Goyal from Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School topped the district in non-medical stream,the top position in medical stream was a tie between Isha Ramnik of DAV Public School,BRS Nagar,and Amreen of Kundan Vidya Mandir,Civil Lines,with 96.4% each.

Commerce and humanities toppers were also not far behind as Ambika Goyal from Sacred Heart Convent School,Sarabha Nagar,topped in commerce stream with 97.8% marks and Ramandeep Kaur Rao from BCM Arya Model Senior Secondary School,Shastri Nagar,was the humanities topper with 96% marks.


It was a cloud nine feeling for Ritish Goyal,son of ortho-dentist Dr A K Goyal and mother Renu Goyal who is a homemaker. Topper of district and possibly the topper in northern region with 98.6% marks in non-medical,Ritish said,“I am a son of a doctor but want to be a computer science engineer.”

He credited his success to ‘his tuition teachers’ who,as per him,played a ‘major role in his success along with his school and family’.

Ritish is now aiming for IIT-Mumbai where his elder brother is already doing mechanical engineering. “Now all preparations are on for coming entrance exams,” he added.

It was almost a perfect score for Ritish as he got 100 in physics,100 in maths,99 in chemistry,96 in English and 98 in physical education.


It is rightly said that intelligence runs in blood as the daughters of a professor and a doctor couple topped the medical stream in the district.

Amreen,who topped medical with 96.4%,said,“My mother is an ENT specialist at Civil Hospital,Mukerian. I came to Ludhiana for coaching and got admission in KVM. My aim is to get MBBS seat in AIIMS,New Delhi,for which I am preparing.”

Her father is a paediatrician. “Satisfaction is the first feeling I got after getting the results,” she added.

The feeling was no different for Isha Ramnik,daughter of Dr Ramnik,professor in animal biotechnology at GADVASU and Dr Anu Verma,principal of Police DAV School. “I feel school played most important part by stressing NCERT books,” she said,adding that she enjoyed reading novels.

“My grandparents are very happy and want me to get an MBBS seat in a reputed college,” she said.


With an aim to remove bias from the minds of people who consider science as superior stream,Ramandeep Kaur Rao took this stream despite getting 9.6 cumulative grade point average (CGPA) in class X. Daughter of a businessman and a housewife,she said,“I am very happy that I have proved that humanities is no less. I want to pursue law and aiming to clear CLAT (Common Law Admission Test). I want admission in Pune.”

She feels lucky that her family supported her decision to get admission in humanities. “Motivational sessions given by principal were also very useful,” she added.


Ambika Goyal,who topped commerce stream with 97.81% marks,got this surprise news in New Delhi. “Now I will be pursuing BCom from Delhi University and I feel that if a student is comfortable in school,there is no need for tuition,” she said.

Vasudha Sharma from Delhi Public School secured 96.2% marks in supermedical stream which means that she along with medical subjects took mathematics as her main subject.

“Despite objections from people,I stuck to my decision and did this without tuition,” she said,elated.

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