Thursday, March 23, 2023

Bangalore students shine in II PU toppers list

express news service

BENGALURU: Students from Bengaluru made it to the list of second PU toppers with phenomenal scorecards in commerce, science and arts streams. Manav Vinay Kejriwal, Neelu Singh (BGS PU College), Akash Das (St Claret Composite PU College) of Jain PU College and Neha BR (SBGNS Rural Composite PU College, Chikkaballapura) secured the first position in commerce stream by securing 596 marks.

Simran Sesha Rao of RV PU College, Bangalore secured first position in Science stream with 598 marks, while Shweta Bhimashankar Bhairagond and Madivalaara Sahana of Indu Independent PU College Ballari district secured first position in Arts stream with 594 marks.

An excited Kejriwal said that studying the material provided by the teachers apart from understanding the concepts and preparing his notes has helped him to score exceptional marks. A resident of JP Nagar Phase II in Bengaluru, he thanked his principal Dr Nalini Satish Chandra, parents – Madhuri Kejriwal, a homemaker and Vinay Kejriwal, a software engineer – and his twin brother Mayank, who scored 97.6% in the science stream. has done. Kejriwal wants to enroll in B.Com studies and simultaneously pursue CA and CMA, aiming to make a career in the finance sector.

Bangalore Students Shine In Ii Pu Toppers List

Simran’s father Sesha Rao Chintala said that it was only because of his daughter’s commitment, hard work and will power. “She was focused, and gave up on her hobbies,” he said. Simran said that she wants to do BE in Computer Science.

low pass %
When asked about the low pass percentage in Arts stream, PU Board Director, R Ramachandran said, “Generally it is a regular trend. The question paper and students change every year,” he said. Another official said, “This may be due to the lack of learning in the last two years due to the pandemic. So the level of preparation of some students may be low and this can be a reason for the low percentage as well as increase in the number of absences.

823 disabled students passed the exam

Students can apply for the scanned copy of answer sheets through from June 18 to June 30. The scanned copies can be downloaded from July 6 to July 10. Applications for revaluation and revaluation can be submitted from July. From July 7 to 13, students can apply for the supplementary examination without penalty till June 24 and with fine till July 4.

Overall, 6,83,563 examinees appeared of which 4,22,966 (61.88%) passed

Out of 5,99,794 freshers, 4,02,697 students (67.14%) have passed

14,403 (23.29%) have passed out of 61,838 repeaters

Nation World News Desk
Nation World News Desk
Nation World News is the fastest emerging news website covering all the latest news, world’s top stories, science news entertainment sports cricket’s latest discoveries, new technology gadgets, politics news, and more.
Latest news
Related news