Silvia Mittal of Saint Anees School bagged the first position in Mohali district by securing 98 per cent marks in the Class XII CBSE exams. Silvia was in the non-medical stream.
Shreyjeet Kaur, a medical stream student of Saint Soldiers Paradise School, Zirakpur, got the second position by scoring 96.4 per cent. Meanwhile, Shreya Tandon and Deepanshu of Saint Anees school jointly bagged the third position in the district by securing 96 per cent marks.
Both Shreya and Deepanshu were in the medical stream. The fourth position was bagged by Pariksha Bhardwaj who secured 95.8 per cent marks.
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She was a humanities student in the British School in Sector 70.
The girls again led from the front and bagged all the top positions in the district.
St Anees School has maximum toppers in the district this year. This year, the city schools fared badly in the results as all the top positions were bagged by either Panchkula or Chandigarh schools in the Tricity.
Some of the schools which usually have toppers in the past fared badly in the exams this year.
While speaking to Chandigarh Newsline, Shreyjeet said that she wanted to be a scientist.
She said that her good result is a joint effort of her teachers and her parents along with her. Shreyjeet’s mother is the principal of Govt Senior Secondary School in Phase 3B2 while her father is a veterinary doctor.
Though all schools in the city failed to produce any topper in Tricity, some of the schools had managed to get 100 per cent results.
Lawrence School claimed to get hundred per cent result and five of its students managed to secure more than 90 per cent marks in the examination.
Shivalik School also had 100 per cent results as all 52 students managed to pass the examination.
Gian Jyoti School also claimed to have 100 per cent result but only one student managed to get more than 90 per cent marks.
Both Gian Jyoti and Shivalik School have a history of producing toppers in the past but this year it was said that the results were not satisfactory for both the schools.