Isc-icse result – Atif in 12th place and Trisha Topper in 10th place

Families celebrate by feeding candy to Atif, the district best of 12th grade at St. Ann’s School, Palia.
– Photo: LAKHIMPUR

Lakhimpur Kheri. The exam results of ISC (12th) and ICSE (10th) were announced on Saturday evening. Trisha Goyal, a student at Vivekananda Academy, Bhira in 10th grade, Atif Alam, a student at St.N College Palia, was the top of the class with 98.2 percent in 10th grade, while Garg himself, a student Lucknow Public School, Lakhimpur, 10th, finished second with 98 percent. Most students were dissatisfied with the grades they got without the exam.
The students, their parents and teachers eagerly waited for the ISC and ICSE results to be announced on Saturday. As soon as the results were known on Saturday, the students began to populate the schools. Every student was eager to know the grades they had received without an exam. Some students were satisfied after seeing the result, while most were dissatisfied. The students said that if the newspaper had been there, the numbers would have been better. While some said that although the grades would have been lower if they had the paper, they would have given them complacency. Because it was the result of our hard work. These numbers were used to assess our intellectual abilities. But Corona made water on everyone.
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Trisha wants to be CA
Paliyakalan. Trisha Goyal, who led the district in 10th grade at Vivekananda Academy of Bhira, says this time all government precautions have been taken regarding Kovid-19. At the moment it was fine, but until the exam is not taken there are some flaws in the exam results. Trishna wants to become a CA in the future. He says that Mahatma Gandhi, apart from his parents and teachers, is his idol. Father Govind Goyal is not satisfied with his success.

Atif wants to serve the country by becoming a JE
Atif Alam, a 12th grade student who heads the district of St. Ann’s College Palia, says the exams were not held because of covid. Which is unfortunate, but it was also a compulsion. What the government did was right. He says he wants to serve the country in the future by becoming a JE by doing IIT. He said that his teachers were his role models.

Interaction with talented students
Garg’s father himself, a tenth student of LPS, resident in Mohalla Bahadur Nagar, is a gold dealer. He himself said his ideal prime minister was Narendra Modi. Would like to join the civil service in the future.
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Saurabh Agarwal, father of Rishika Agarwal, a tenth student of the Santosh Nagar Colony LPS, is a businessman. Rishika said that her favorite sport is badminton. Saina Nehwal is his idol.
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Vinay Agarwal from Vrinda Agarwal, resident of the Santoshnagar colony, is a businessman. Vrinda says she wants to do some social service by becoming a doctor. His idol is Mother Teresa.
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Anoop Kumar Pandey, father of Kushagra Pandey, a 12th student of the LPS, residing in Ayodhya Puri, is a teacher in Basic. I want to become an aerospace engineer. His ideal rocket man is APJ Abdul Kalam.
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Puneet Agarwal, father of Aarushi Agarwal, a 12th LPS student who lives in the teachers’ colony, is a businessman. Aarushi wants to do B.Tech. She says that her idol is Mother Teresa. .
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Iqbal Singh, father of Harman Singh, a 12th LPS student, living in Amritapur, is a farmer by profession.
Harman Singh said his ideal cricketer is Virat Kohli. Harman Singh wants to enter the civil service.
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Top ten list ICSE class 10
1. Trisha Goyal – 98.2 – Vivekananda Academy Bhira
2. Swayam Garg-98- LPS Lakhimpur
2. Amandeep Kaur Khindra- 98- Indian Academy Palia
3. Rishika Agarwal-97.6- LPS Lakhimpur
4. Vrinda Agarwal-97.4-LPS Lakhimpur
5. Vedanta Batham-97.2 – LPS Lakhimpur
5. Siya Srivastava-97.2- LPS Lakhimpur
5. Ravisaran Srivastava-97.2 – LPS Lakhimpur
6. Harleen Kaur – 97 – Indian Academy Palia
6. Vaishnavi Verma – 97 – Palia Indian Academy
6. Suhani Modanwal – 97 – Palia Indian Academy
6. Khushi Gulati-97-LPS Lakhimpur
6. Shubhi Yadav-97-LPS Lakhimpur
7. Divyansh Rastogi- 96.8- LPS Lakhimpur
8. Gargi Gracie Singh-96.2-LPS Lakhimpur
9. Sudhir Singh Rana – 96 – Palia Indian Academy
10. Ayush Rana- 95- Indian Academy Palia
10. Simran Kaur- 95- Indian Academy Palia
10. Deepjot Singh – 95 – Indian Academy Palia
10. Prachi Kumari Chandra- 95- Palia Indian Academy
10. Rajat Kumar- 95- Cambridge Public School Palia

ISC 12th Top Ten
1. Atif Alam – 99.5 – St. Ann’s College Palia
2. Khushpreet Kaur – 98.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia
3. Sneha Agarwal – 98.5 – St. Ann’s College Palia
3. Simran Gupta – 98.5 – Gurukul Academy Palia
3. Ayush Sharma-98.5- LPS Lakhimpur
4- Bhumika Singh – 98.2 – Gurukul Academy Palia
4. Kushagra Pandey-98.2- LPS Lakhimpur
5. Yashnoor Kaur – 98 – Gurukul Academy Palia
6. Anuj Verma – 97.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia
6. Saurabh Shukla – 97.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia
6. Tanmeet Kaur – 97.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia
6.Parth Mehrotra- 97.7-LPS Lakhimpur
7. Harman Singh-97.2-LPS Lakhimpur
8. Abhinav Patel-96.7- LPS Lakhimpur
9. Anshika Puri- 96.2- LPS Lakhimpur
10. Khushi Bansal-96-LPS Lakhimpur

Parents celebrate by feeding candy to Trisha Goyal, 10th topper at Vivekananda Academy, Palia Bhira.– Photo: LAKHIMPUR

Lakhimpur Kheri. The exam results of ISC (12th) and ICSE (10th) were announced on Saturday evening. Trisha Goyal, a student at Vivekananda Academy, Bhira in 10th grade, Atif Alam, a student at St.N College Palia, was the top of the class with 98.2 percent in 10th grade, while Garg himself, a student Lucknow Public School, Lakhimpur, 10th, finished second with 98 percent. Most students were dissatisfied with the grades they got without the exam.

The students, their parents and teachers eagerly waited for the ISC and ICSE results to be announced on Saturday. As soon as the results were known on Saturday, the students began to populate the schools. Every student was eager to know the grades they had received without an exam. Some students were satisfied after seeing the result, while most were dissatisfied. The students said that if the newspaper had been there, the numbers would have been better. While some said that although the grades would have been lower if they had the paper, they would have given them complacency. Because it was the result of our hard work. These numbers were used to assess our intellectual abilities. But Corona made water on everyone.

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Trisha wants to be CA

Paliyakalan. Trisha Goyal, who led the district in 10th grade at Vivekananda Academy of Bhira, says this time all government precautions have been taken regarding Kovid-19. At the moment it was fine, but until the exam is not taken there are some flaws in the exam results. Trishna wants to become a CA in the future. He says that Mahatma Gandhi, apart from his parents and teachers, is his idol. Father Govind Goyal is not satisfied with his success.



Atif wants to serve the country by becoming a JE

Atif Alam, a 12th grade student who heads the district of St. Ann’s College Palia, says the exams were not held because of covid. Which is unfortunate, but it was also a compulsion. What the government did was right. He says he wants to serve the country in the future by becoming a JE by doing IIT. He said that his teachers were his role models.


Interaction with talented students

Garg’s father himself, a tenth student of LPS, resident in Mohalla Bahadur Nagar, is a gold dealer. He himself said his ideal prime minister was Narendra Modi. Would like to join the civil service in the future.

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Saurabh Agarwal, father of Rishika Agarwal, a tenth student of the Santosh Nagar Colony LPS, is a businessman. Rishika said that her favorite sport is badminton. Saina Nehwal is his idol.

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Vinay Agarwal from Vrinda Agarwal, resident of the Santoshnagar colony, is a businessman. Vrinda says she wants to do some social service by becoming a doctor. His idol is Mother Teresa.

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Anoop Kumar Pandey, father of Kushagra Pandey, a 12th student of the LPS, residing in Ayodhya Puri, is a teacher in Basic. I want to become an aerospace engineer. His ideal rocket man is APJ Abdul Kalam.

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Puneet Agarwal, father of Aarushi Agarwal, a 12th LPS student who lives in the teachers’ colony, is a businessman. Aarushi wants to do B.Tech. She says that her idol is Mother Teresa. .

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Iqbal Singh, father of Harman Singh, a 12th LPS student, living in Amritapur, is a farmer by profession.

Harman Singh said his ideal cricketer is Virat Kohli. Harman Singh wants to enter the civil service.

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Top ten list ICSE class 10

1. Trisha Goyal – 98.2 – Vivekananda Academy Bhira

2. Swayam Garg-98- LPS Lakhimpur

2. Amandeep Kaur Khindra- 98- Indian Academy Palia

3. Rishika Agarwal-97.6- LPS Lakhimpur

4. Vrinda Agarwal-97.4-LPS Lakhimpur

5. Vedanta Batham-97.2 – LPS Lakhimpur

5. Siya Srivastava-97.2- LPS Lakhimpur

5. Ravisaran Srivastava-97.2 – LPS Lakhimpur

6. Harleen Kaur – 97 – Indian Academy Palia

6. Vaishnavi Verma – 97 – Palia Indian Academy

6. Suhani Modanwal – 97 – Palia Indian Academy

6. Khushi Gulati-97-LPS Lakhimpur

6. Shubhi Yadav-97-LPS Lakhimpur

7. Divyansh Rastogi- 96.8- LPS Lakhimpur

8. Gargi Gracie Singh-96.2-LPS Lakhimpur

9. Sudhir Singh Rana – 96 – Palia Indian Academy

10. Ayush Rana- 95- Indian Academy Palia

10. Simran Kaur- 95- Indian Academy Palia

10. Deepjot Singh – 95 – Indian Academy Palia

10. Prachi Kumari Chandra- 95- Palia Indian Academy

10. Rajat Kumar- 95- Cambridge Public School Palia



ISC 12th Top Ten

1. Atif Alam – 99.5 – St. Ann’s College Palia

2. Khushpreet Kaur – 98.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia

3. Sneha Agarwal – 98.5 – St. Ann’s College Palia

3. Simran Gupta – 98.5 – Gurukul Academy Palia

3. Ayush Sharma-98.5- LPS Lakhimpur

4- Bhumika Singh – 98.2 – Gurukul Academy Palia

4. Kushagra Pandey-98.2- LPS Lakhimpur

5. Yashnoor Kaur – 98 – Gurukul Academy Palia

6. Anuj Verma – 97.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia

6. Saurabh Shukla – 97.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia

6. Tanmeet Kaur – 97.7 – Gurukul Academy Palia

6. Partha Mehrotra-97.7-LPS Lakhimpur

7. Harman Singh-97.2-LPS Lakhimpur

8. Abhinav Patel-96.7- LPS Lakhimpur

9. Anshika Puri- 96.2- LPS Lakhimpur

10. Khushi Bansal-96-LPS Lakhimpur

Parents celebrate by feeding candy to Trisha Goyal, 10th topper at Vivekananda Academy, Palia Bhira.

Parents celebrate by feeding candy to Trisha Goyal, 10th topper at Vivekananda Academy, Palia Bhira.– Photo: LAKHIMPUR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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