Continuing its legacy of maintaining excellence in every field, the JK Public School (JKPS) Panjtirthi excelled in academic arena by securing cent per cent result in Class 8 examination of Jammu District, with 11 students, out of total 34 appeared, securing positions. The result was declared by the District Institute of Education and Trainings Jammu on Friday.
Out of total 34 students appeared in the aforesaid examination, Bhoomi Gupta and Udhay Puri got third position with 198 marks each, Dhanshi Dogra stood fourth with 197 marks, Nandani Sharma got fifth position with 196 marks, Shahzeib Hussain Lone and Suvarsha Singh Chouhan shared sixth position with 195 marks each; Shehriyar Bhatty, Bhumi Gupta and Manmeet Kour secured 7th position with 194 marks each and Sanvi Sharma and Tanishka Mehra got 8thposition with 193 marks each.
In the academic year 2018-19, 34 students of JK Public School Panjtirthi appeared for Class 8 exam and attained 100 per cent result.
School Management and Principal, Suman Banbah appreciated all the students, especially the position holders.
The Principal thanked the dedicated staff for their whole-hearted commitment in shaping up the students for a better future. She expressed gratitude and appreciation to the parents for their support and encouragement. She also encouraged the students and wished them good luck for their future endeavours.
Over the years, JK Public School Panjtirthi has been making a mark by the marvelous performance of its students by not only achieving 100 per cent success but also securing top slots in the merit lists.
The position holder students have owed their success to their teachers, school and family members.
“Apart from hard work, it was the motivation by teaching faculty of the school and support of family that led to our success in exams. The excellent teaching faculty of the school and our supporting families kindled the required zest and determination into our minds. Regular studies and revision of topics on daily basis in school always helped in strengthening the basic concepts. We thus strongly feel that if you want to succeed in exams then start from the very first day,” they said.
They especially thanked Principal Suman Banbah and teachers for their timely guidance and support.