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Apeejay School, Rama Mandi students ace Class 12 Boards with flying colours

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Bagging 100% scores in streams such as English, Computer Science, Physical Education and Painting, students at Apeejay School, Rama Mandi, Hoshiarpur Road, in Jalandhar have displayed excellent results in the CBSE Board class 12 examinations. As many as 44% students of those who appeared for the class 12 exam, have attained 90% and above in aggregate in the Science and Commerce streams.  

Toppers Shaganpreet Kaur and Ranvir Singh Sangha from the Non-Medical (Science) stream at the school received an identical aggregate of 95.4%. Kaur’s mantra for her Board preparation was consistency. She recalls studying regularly throughout the year and paying attention to everything taught in the class. “After classes, I used to revise for 3-4 hours every day and re-read the chapters thoroughly for Chemistry, Physics and English and Computer Science,” she says.

Her preferred book for Mathematics was NCERT along with a NCERT sampler book from which she used to practice exercise questions and multiple choice questions. According to her, preparation had become difficult during the pandemic but the teachers eased out everything. “They were always available to cater to our doubts. During the online classes, solving physics problems and calculations on Integration topics in mathematics did become challenging. But with practice, I was able to overcome them.” Kaur aspires to get into the IITs, and is therefore preparing for JEE Advanced papers.

Sangha, the second Science topper from the school, had been preparing for his examinations since December 2020. His favourite subject being mathematics, it was his primary focus. He recalls managing his time and creating a full-fledged time-table for his early preparations. He says, “Scheduling is a very important aspect of CBSE class 12 Board preparation which is often overlooked by many.”

Yashwi Behl and Vaishali, who goes by her first name, topped the school with 95.6% in the Commerce stream. Behl had been focusing on all subjects, particularly Accountancy and Business Studies since the beginning of the year. “I wanted to score more than 90% in my boards. During the pandemic, all the teachers made additional efforts to cater to our difficulties. I did miss going to school, since I feel that physical interaction between students and teachers is important,” she says. Her tip for fellow students who would be appearing for their Commerce exams is to work regularly in small chunks every day. She aims to become a bank manager and is targeting a few local colleges in Jalandhar after her results.  

Vaishali describes having had a good experience during the online classes and preparation thanks to the teachers at the school. She ensured learning each and every lesson the same day it was taught. “I want to pursue a Bachelor in Computer Applications from the Apeejay College of Fine Arts in Jalandhar. I think the study pattern is very good at Apeejay, and the teachers are very friendly.”

“I congratulate the students for the achievement and express my gratitude towards the parents for their unflinching and unwavering support to the school. I am extremely content with the dedication of my school staff. Self-belief and hard-work always earns success.”

Ms. Sangeeta Nistandra, Principal, Apeejay School, Rama Mandi, Jalandhar 

Mrini Devnani is Senior Correspondent (Newsroom). She covers student achievements, interviews and contributions for the website. She was a former Correspondent covering Edutech for the India Today Group, and has a passion for Social Media and Digital Marketing. You can reach her at [email protected]

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