Bihar students continue to make the state proud by coming out with flying clouds in National level competitions and Board exams. Manish Kumar, a student of Gyan Niketan school in Patna, has topped the CBSE Class X 2007 examination securing an aggregate of 99.4 per cent marks.The Bihar boy missed the 100 per cent by just three marks securing 497 out of a maximum possible 500 marks.
“Our students Manish Kumar and Prashant Suman secured 99.4 per cent and 98.4 per cent marks respectively,” vice-principal of Gyan Niketan Archana Sharan said. Manish, who broke the 99 per cent benchmark set by two girls from the southern region – Jahnvi Dhar and Aparna Murlidhar – wants to join one of the Indian Institute of Technology after completing his class XII.His father Sanjay Kumar is the Director of Accounts, Postal Services and mother Sunita Kumari is a housewife.
“Manish earned praises from all his teachers for the brilliant manner in which he absorbed bare essentials of each subject. We were confident Manish will secure excellent mark in CBSE examination,” principal of Gyan Niketan DK Mukherjee said.
If this was not enough our boys have also secured good rank in the IIT-JEE entrance exam. It’s expected that almost 200 students from Patna alone have secured ranks in the country most prestigious exam.Students from the Super 30 batch have also kept the flag flying high and 28 out of 30 students have made it once again.
Kudos to all of them for the excellent show…keep it up folks,we are all proud of you. You all represent the future of Bihar and I’m sure we are now witnessing new role models for the state.