Holy Cross School girls excel in CBSE Class XII exams

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Kritika Sharma scores 96.6 % in PCB, Shivani Subba gets 95.6% in PCM, Kritika Agarwal secures 91.8% in Commerce

GANGTOK, May 28, 2013

Girls have done it again. Kritika Sharma of Holy Cross School, Tadong has topped Class XII CBSE by scoring 96.6 percent in Bio Science, while her counterpart Shivani Subba has scored 95.6 percent in Pure Science.

Kritika, daughter of Ramesh Adhikari and Chandrawati Sharma of Rawtey Durga Mandir, Ray Khola has scored 99 in Chemistry, 95 in Physics, 98 in Biology, 96 in Computer and 95 in English.

Toeing on the same line, Shivani has secured 95 in English, 95 in Physics, 96 in Chemistry, 93 in Mathematics and 99 in Computer Science.

For both the students, studying from day one of their class was the key point, and not staying up late nights.  However, both apart from their daily classes in school, attended tuitions in Gangtok.

Speaking to SIKKIM EXPRESS over phone today, Kritika, who aspires to become a doctor said that she would be joining a medical college. “To pass out Class XII in flying colours was a dream true for me, said the  girl, who loves travelling, dancing and painting. She also thanked her parents and teachers for their love and support.

Shivani, daughter of Rajiv Subba and Hemlata Subba of Gangtok has already got through JEE mains and qualified to sit for the advanced exams for entry into premier IITs. She has, however, plans to pursue architecture.

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Elated on her achievement, Shivani, who listens to heavy metal, had graduated from St. Helen’s, Kurseong in Class X, and her initial schooling from Tashi Namgyal Academy.

“I am thankful to my teachers at Holy Cross School, Tadong, and Sir Sunil Choudhary from Brilliant Coaching for their guidance and support,” she said. Her hobbies include playing guitar, violin and piano, singing, writing and reading.

When asked about what as parents would like their daughter take up after Class XII, Ms Hemlata Subba had this to say: “As parents, it is entirely up to her to pursue what she desires and our only aspiration is that she excels in whatever she does.”

“I was anxious about how she had done as she would always say that she had done well, but she never did things like stay up late and study or wake up early. Apart from tuitions, I hardly saw her do anything apart from play the guitar and listen to music. So it was a nerve-wracking wait today. But I am very happy and proud of my daughter,” the proud mother added.

In the Commerce stream too, another girl student, Kritika Agarwal has topped the class with 91.8%.

(Courtesy: Sikkim Express)


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