Chandigarh- Congratulating the woman college students for topping the examination of sophistication 10 declared by the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) on Friday, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann stated it is “daughters’ era” because the woman college students are making all of them proud with their “rare” achievement.
As per the end result, Gagandeep Kaur and Navjot, each of Sant Mohan Das Senior Secondary School in Kot Sukhiyan Faridkot in district, secured the primary and second place with 650 and 648 marks out of 650, respectively.
Harmandeep Kaur of Government High School in Mandali in Mansa district clinched third place with 646 marks.
A authorities spokesman stated that this time 2, 90, 796 college students appeared for the examinations, out of which 2, 81, 905 handed. Apart from this, 6, 171 college students should reappear and the results of 103 college students has been delayed.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister stated the women have as soon as once more outshone the boys within the end result, including the state authorities will felicitate these vibrant college students with a money award of Rs 51, 000 quickly.
He stated that is the results of the concerted efforts being made by the federal government to unfold the sunshine of high quality training in each nook and nook of Punjab. Mann stated the large efforts being made by the federal government has immensely benefited the women, thereby paving means for his or her empowerment by excelling within the area of training.
The Chief Minister stated it’s a matter of nice pleasure and satisfaction that within the current outcomes declared for sophistication 8, 12 and now 10, ladies have surpassed boys.
Congratulating the meritorious college students, he prolonged finest needs to them for his or her future. Mann stated it’s a red-letter day for the state as these woman college students have proved their mettle by excelling in these exams.
The Chief Minister stated these ladies had been capable of shine by means of their arduous work, perseverance and dedication, including that college students, their dad and mom and lecturers deserve accolades for this achievement.