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KCIPS, KCPS Students Toppers in CBSE 12th Results

Punjab Tribune Bureau | May 02, 2019 07:50 PM

AMRITSAR: The students of Khalsa College International Public School (KCIPS), Principal, staff and management was upbeat over the CBSE XIIth results declared today as Mannat Kaur bagged 98.8 per cent marks in Science stream while Ravleen Kaur got 96.4 per cent marks. Principal Gurjit Singh Sethi who congratulated the students said the school results were 100 per cent as other students Jasreet Kaur, Seema and Sakshi  all got got 93.4 per cent marks. Similarly the students of Khalsa College Public School (KCPS) also registered good results. Sejal Sharma got 94.4 per cent marks while Dilpreet Singh got 94 per cent marks, said Principals Amarjit Singh Gill. While congratulating the toppers, he said that in total 186 students appeared in the examinations and the the school results were  99. 4. He said schools students Dipanshu got 93.8 per cent marks, Rupinder Kaur got 93 per cent, Akashdeep got 92.8 per cent while Princepal Singh got 91.8 per cent marks.

 

  
  
  

Khalsa College Governing Council honourary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina also congratulated the topper students. He said the good results were possible due to the efforts of staff for their hard work and on showing such a stellar performance and congratulated the parents as well.

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