Punjab

Excellent Academic Results in SSD college, Barnala

Kuldeep Sood/Gulshan Kumar | October 17, 2020 07:19 PM

Barnala: The students of SSD College Barnala are consistently excelling in academic results due to the special efforts made for the holistic development of the students. Once again in the results of BCA Part I announced by Punjabi University Patiala, the students of SSD College Barnala have reached the heights of success by getting more than 74% marks. According to this result, the B.C.A. In the first semester, Jaspreet Kaur's daughter Ram Singh scored 74.1 percent marks.

Lal Singh, Principal, SSD College, Barnala, while congratulating the students for their excellent results, said that by getting good marks, they have not only made the name of the institute but also the name of their parents bright. Congratulations to the Head of the Department Prof. Dalbir Kaur and her entire team. Shivdarshan Kumar Sharma, Secretary General, SD Sabha (Regd.) Barnala congratulated the students and their parents on the good results and encouraged them to take part in the syllabus as well as in the multi-faceted and competitive examinations.

Siv Singla, Director Education, SD Sabha said that the result of BCA Part I has been excellent due to the constructive educational environment, classroom culture and hard work of the students. SSD College Barnala always strives for the holistic development of the students. Due to these initiatives of the institute the students are getting such good academic results. All the staff including Manisi Dutt Sharma, Coordinator of the College, Bharat Bhushan, Vice Principal of the College, Neeraj Sharma, Dean Academic of the College, Prof. Dalbir Kaur were present on the occasion.

 

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