Born five minutes apart, twin brothers top LFS in ISC exam


    Jamshedpur, May 31: Little Flower School (LFS) girl Shruti Sonal has bagged the first position in the school and has been crowned the second city topper scoring with 98.4 per cent marks in ICSE class 10 science, the results of which was announced on May 29.

    Resident of Baridih Vijaya Garden, Shruti’s father Brajesh Kumar is a manager at Tata Cummins while mother Rinki is a housewife.

    Second school topper is Rajdeep Chakraborty who scored 97 per cent marks while Anshuman Verma is the third school topper in ICSE class 10 scoring 96.6 per cent.

    Sumedha Jaiswal is the school topper and got the fourth position in city scoring 96 per cent in class 12 commerce. Followed by Rashmi Singh 94.5 per cent and Anna Dolfe Jacob who scored 93.25 per cent in ISC class 12 commerce.

    In ISC class 12 science Gurmeet Singh ranked eighth in the city and is the school topper scoring 96.25 per cent marks and his twin brother Ragveer Singh got the ninth position in the city and second school topper with 96 per cent marks. Ashwani Kumar and Preetam Maiti were joint third with 95.75 per cent.

    Twins Gurmeet Singh and Ragveer Singh were born five minutes apart and when their class 12 results were declared on May 29, their elder brother Gurmeet scored just .25 per cent marks higher than Ragveer.

    Sons of Tata Motors employee Kulvinder Singh, twin brother said that whatever work they do they do it together like studying, playing. They further said that their studying time is same and complete their study also at the same time. Gurmeet and Ragveer have the same mobile phone and are an ardent cricket fan.

    Their two elder sisters are engineers and the twins also aspire to become engineer and want to serve the country.
    Hilda D’Souza, principal of LFS, said, the students have put a brilliant performance and the hard work and dedication shown by them all year round have borne fruit.

    ‘The 2017 class 10 and 12 results are better than the previous year as 22 students have scored 90 per cent and more in the ISC class 12 science stream while six students have scored 90 per cent and more in ISC class 12 commerce’, added the principal.


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