Aishwarya of Carmel, Ayush of RV top state in ISC class 12, score 99.5 %
Jamshedpur, July 10: Steel city students came out with flying colours in ICSE, ISC class 10 and 12 exams, the result of which were announced on Friday afternoon by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. Sacred Heart Convent School girl Adrika Ghosh bagged the first spot in Jharkhand scoring 99.4 % marks in ICSE.
Daughter of Civil Engineer Korak Ghosh, Adrika had been consistent in studies all throughout the year and didn�t rush into things just before the exam.
“I did not lay down special plans for the board exam but was always attentive in class and would ask the teachers when in doubt,” ecstatic Adrika said.
Resident of Adarshnagar in Sonari, topper’s father is a civil engineer working at a private firm in Kolkata while mother Paramita Ghosh is a housewife.
“I knew I would get good marks in boards but was never expecting 99.4 % and add to it the state toppers tag. I am just overjoyed with my success and want to continue with the same pace in class 12 also,” added Ghosh.
“I have enrolled in commerce stream in class 12 and want to become a professor which is my dream career choice after I complete my PhD, said Adrika, adding, “guidance of my parents and teachers helped me lot in my journey”.
Adrika’s younger sister is also studying in Sacred Heart Convent School.
Aniket Anand of Loyola School bagged the third spot in the state and second in Jamshedpur along with Rajpriya Rani of KSMS scoring 99 % marks in ICSE class 10.
V Saikalyan of Loyola School was joint third city topper along with Stuti Banerjee of Narbheram Hansraj English School, Shounak Goswami of Little Flower School, Telco and Stuti Dash of Little Flower School scoring 98.8 %.
In ISC class 12 science Aishwarya Sam of Carmel Junior College and Ayush Kumar of Rajendra Vidyalaya bagged the top position in Jamshedpur as well as Jharkhand scoring 99.5 % marks.
The second spot was jointly bagged by Rupika Sinha of Carmel Junior College and I Shiva Ghosh of Sacred Heart Convent School scoring 99 % marks. The third city and state topper was Anushka Bhardawaj of Sacred Heart Convent School scoring 98.5 % marks.�� ���
ISC class 12 commerce Diya Chakravarty of Little Flower School topped Jharkhand and state scoring 98.5 % marks. Rohan Dutta of Narbheram Hansraj English School and Anushka Goyal of Loyola School scored 98 % to be declared joint second state topper. In ISC Arts Aayshani Mishra of Loyola School was the Jamshedpur topper scoring 98.25 % marks.