Carmel Convent School students excel in CBSE XII exam

FPJ BureauUpdated: Saturday, June 01, 2019, 12:10 PM IST
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Ujjain: Class XII students of Carmel Convent Senior Secondary School scored cent percent results in CBSE results. 12 out of 78 students appeared in the examination scored above 90 percent marks. Palash Jhanwar of Commerce stream scored 95 percent marks in brought laurel for the school. Purvanshi Yadav (PCM) and Fatema Mandleshwarwala (PCB) bagged 95 and 91.8 percent marks respectively.

Tanisha Medawala, Harsh Jain, Vedant Sharma and Prakhar Gupta of PCM scored more than 90 percent marks. Devesh Gupta of PCB scored 90.4 percent marks. Amena Kitabwala, Aarjav Jain, Ayushi Mittal and Mayank Meghani of Commerce stream also scored more than ninety percent marks in CBSE Class XII examination. Management and the staff greeted students on their success.

Likewise, Gargi daughter of Brijesh Pare scored 94.6 percent marks in commerce stream of Class XII CBSE examination. Gargi gave credit of her success to parents and teachers. Juhi daughter of Mohan Aswani bagged 82.6 percent in commerce stream. Juhi is a student of Kalidas Montessori School Bambakhana.

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