JAMMU: The girls have outshined boys by bagging 233 top slots while boys got 127 slots out of 360 top 20 positions in merit list of class 10 results of Jammu division declared here on Monday.
Jammu and Kashmir Board of Education (JKBOSE) had declared the results of Class 10 board exams 2015 of Jammu division with 62.27 pass percentage. However, the overall pass percentage of girls (64 per cent) is higher than that of boys (60.84 percent), the officials said.
A total of 51,442 students-28,213 boys and 23,229 girls-had appeared in the examination which was held in March this year, out of which 19285 students were not qualified.
The top three positions have been bagged by three girls and two boys.
Pratikha, a student of BVM High School Ramnagar of Udhampur district has secured the first position with 492 marks (98.40 per cent) out of maximum 500.
The second position has been shared by Kiranpreet Kour, Caramel Convent High School, Kunjwani, Nitin Pandita, SL Memorial Model High School Santra Morh, Anand Nagar and Avantika Jamwal, Little Flower Convent High School, Udhampur with 491 marks (98.20 per cent), while the third position was bagged by Deepanshu Sharma, St Mary Convent School Smailpur, who obtained 490 marks (98.0 per cent).
The fourth position was shared by Partima Gupta, JK Public School, Panjtirthi, Sarleen Kour, Caramel Convent High School, Kunjwani, Sanya Gupta, St Peter’s High School, BC Road, Abhishek Sharma, Spring Dales English School, Kathua and Mridul Reothia, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Phinter with 489 marks (97.80 per cent).
It was proud privileged of JK Public School Panjtirthi from which five students made it to merit list. Five students of JK Public School Panjtirthi including Pritma Gupta, daughter of Ajay Gupta and Alka Gupta got fourth position with 489 marks (97.80 per cent), Krishika Gupta, daughter of Naresh Kumar Gupta and Anju Gupta got tenth positions with 483 marks (96.60 per cent), Riya Goswami, daughter of Tara Chand Goswami and Anju Bala secured eleventh position with 482 marks (96.40 per cent), Muskan Wahi, daughter of Kushay Wahi and Rama Wahi bagged thirteenth position with 480 marks (96.00 per cent) and Rhythum, son of Sanjive Kumar and Urmila got seventeenth position with 476 marks (95.20 per cent).
Talking to STATE TIMES, position holders of JK Public School Panjtirthi, while sharing their success said, “We have not taken coaching from any private tuition centre and it was our own efforts that helped us to understand the concepts better. Apart from hard work, it was the motivation by teaching faculty of the school and support of family that led to our success in board exams. The excellent teaching faculty of the school and our supporting families kindled the required zest and determination into our minds and rest is the history. Regular studies and revision of topics taught everyday in school always helped in strengthening the basic concepts and we thus strongly feel that if you want to succeed in exams then start from the very first day.” They owe their success in board exams to their teachers, school and family.
Pritma Gupta, a proud top position holder in JK Public School Panjtirthi said, “Somewhere in my mind I was aware that I would definitely score good marks and this was possible only because of my school, my parents and my respected teachers. They all really supported me well. My school provided study material, facilities, good and peaceful environment to study. To evaluate the students time to time, they also conducted many assessments for us. And I really want to thank my Principal Suman Banbah and my respected teachers for their timely guidance and support. Scoring 97 per cent in board exams is a dream come true which is possible because of my school and my hard work. I strongly believe that hard work is the key to success and I would advise the same to all the students.”
Krishika Gupta, who got tenth position said, “My parents and teachers helped me in my studies and I thanked them for my achievement,” adding that I want to pursue engineering and want to become an IAS officer.
The fifth position was shared by eight students including Rasmeen Kour, St Peter’s Higher Secondary School, Karan Bagh, Puranamrita, St Peter’s Higher Secondary School, Karan Bagh, Imbroz Singh, Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Mansi Charak, St Joseph Convent High School, Arnia, Gurinder Kour, Holly Cross Convent High School, RS Pura, Namoyashi, Spring Dales English School, Kathua, Ashish Singh Manhas, Brahm Rishi Bawra Anant Vidya Peeth Mahanpur with 488 marks (97.60 per cent).
Supriya Bhat, Conventry Scholars Sr Sec School, Chinore, Dhaman Singh Saini, St Joseph Convent High School Arnia, Manideep Kour, Holly Cross Convent High School, RS Pura, Shifali Choudhary Spring Dales English School, Kathua, Deepali Sharma, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Phinter and Shriya Raina, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Phinter shared sixth position with 486 marks (97.20 per cent).
The seventh position was shared by Tamnna Choudhary, Shiksha Niketan Hr Sec School, Jeevan Nagar, Anu Sharma, DBN Vidya Mandir, Mubarak Mandi, Rudrakshi Anand, New Era Environmental School, Jammu, Keshav Kakkar, Shangrilla Public School Sarwal, Aditi Mandla, Montessore Nargis Dutt Higher Secondary School, RS Pura, Shamli Jasrotia, Spring Dales English School, Kathua, Meenakshi Gupta, Spring Dales English School Kathua, Sonia Verma, Shastri Memorial Higher Secondary School, Haripur, Piyush Chandan, New National Public High School, Nowshera, Samriti Sumbria, BBSV Peeth Higher Secondary School, Udhampur, Riya Khajuria, Little Flower Convent High School Udhmapur with 486 marks (97.20 per cent).
Biranjot kour, Shiksha Niketan High School, Gandhi Nagar, Arushi Sharma, Caramel Convent High School, Kunjwani, Tavleen Kour, Caramel Convent High School, Kunjwani, Josheen Kour, Caramel Convent High School Kunjwani, Tejinderpal Singh, St Peter’s Hr Sec School, Karan Bagh, Kashin Brij Khajuria, Shangrilla Public School, Sarwal, Smile Bali, St John’s Convent School, Mandal, Surbi Singh, St Joseph Convent High School, Arnia, Parvinder Singh, Fatima Convent High School, Bishnah, Avneet Kour, Holly Cross Convent High School, RS Pura, Karun Paul Singh, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Phinter, Ambrosia Sarwar, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Phinter, Surjit Singh, Satya Model High School, Billawar, Manjot Kour Sudan, Christ Higher Secondary School, Poonch, Himshikha Bhardwaj, Christ Higher Secondary School, Poonch, Ankita Sharma, New Public High School, Sunderbani, Nisha Choudhary, Christ High School, Nowshera and Aditi Basundhara, BBSV Peeth Higher Secondary School, Udhampur shared eight position with 484 marks (97 per cent).
Ninth position was shared by Simran Gupta, Shiksha Niketan Hr Sec School, Jeevan Nagar, Charru, CMP Convent Hr Secondary School, Dayalachak, Satish Sharma, Infant Jesus Hr Secondary School, Hiranagar, Vivekni Satya Neta Ji High School, Vijaypur and Ritika Sharma, Govt High School, Malhar, Akshita Sharma, Caramel Convent High School, Kunjwani, Heena Bhardwaj, Caramel Convent High School Kunjwani, Vanshika Thakur, Kotwal National Institute of Technology, Talab Tillo, Raghvi Langer, Dewan Devi Hr Sec School, Rajpura Mangotrian, Surbhi Gupta, Dewan Devi Hr Sec School, Rajpura Mangotrian, Shubam Saini, Shiksha Niketan Hr Sec School, Jeevan Nagar, Ashu Basson, Shiksha Niketan Hr Sec School, Jeevan Nagar, Suryapratap Singh, Ranjit Memorial High School, Barnai and Shubdeep Akash, MHS DAV Public School, RS Pura with 484 marks (96.80 per cent).
Simran Choudhary, Shiksha Niketan Hr Sec School, Jeevan Nagar, Muskan Arora, Co-Operative Pub High School, Talab Tillo, Yashika Sharma, Jagriti Mission School Talab Tillo , Jammu, Arushi Raina, Conventry Scholars Sr Sec School, Chinore, Ridhi Gupta, Shangrilla Public School Sarwal, Amanat Pikhan, Prince Doll Higher Secondary School, RS Pura, Tamanna, MHS DAV Public School, RS Pura, Hitakshi Gupta, Minerva Public High School, Kathua, Abhinandan Sherpuri, Infant Jesus Hr Secondary School, Hiranagar, Niharika, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Phinter, Anjali Bhardwaj, Satya Model High School, Billawar, Mrinali Sharma, New Public High School, Sunderbani, Simrandeep Kour Johar, Christ High School, Nowshera, Manisha Bhatia, Shangrilla Public School, Sarwal, Krishika Gupta, JK Public School, Panjtirthi, Amandeep, Shiksha Niketan Hr Sec School, Jeevan Nagar, Shahbaz Chowdhary, Brig Khuda Baksh Memorial Public HSS, Byepass Kunjwani, Yogesh Kumar, Kotwal National Institute of Technology, Talab Tillo, Akshay Kumar, Oriental Academy, Jammu, Karma Dorjay, S P Hr Secondary School, Exchange Road, Ranjana Saini, St Joseph Convent High School, Arnia, Jasmine Kour, Holly Cross Convent High School, RS Pura, Samiksha Sharma, Kristu Jyoti High School, Samba, Shamli Slathia, Kristu Jyoti High School, Samba and Sonali Jamwal, National Acad High School, Court Road Udhampur, shared tenth position with 483 marks (96.60 per cent). Simran Gupta, daughter of Sunita and Vijay Kumar Gupta, a student of Indra Sagar Secondary School, Rajpura Mangotria, secured 16th position with 477 marks (95.4 per cent).
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