City students fare well in SSC examination

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JSD Manasa, daughter of a film and TV artiste, scores first rank in Hyderabad zone

B. Shravani of Kurnool tops State scoring 591

Narayana registers 99 pass percentage

HYDERABAD: JSD Manasa of Nalanda Educational Institutions, Vengalrao Nagar scored 590 marks to take the second rank in the State and first in the Hyderabad zone. She missed the first rank of the State by a single mark. The State topper is Shravana Lakshmi of Keshav Reddy Educational Institutions, Kurnool who scored 591.

Daughter of film and TV artiste, J.L. Srinivas, Manasa sets her sights at engineering but right now her priority is to maintain her rank even in Intermediate. Suryanarayana Raju of Nalanda Institutions said that 15 students scored more than 562 marks and more than 200 students out of the 600 who appeared from the school scored above 500 marks. He said majority of those who got above 500 were average students but proper guidance and planning put them on excellent track.

G. Mounica of Brilliant Grammar Schools got 587 marks apparently taking the second rank in the city. Her aim is to get into an IIT. Another student from the same school P. Gayatri scored 584 marks. K. Narayana Reddy, correspondent of Brilliant said the school achieved 99 per cent success with more than 55 students scoring above 570 marks and 1,200 students scoring above 500 marks.

Good percentage

Bhashyam Schools claimed that 12 of their students scored more than 50 marks with the highest being 587 by Santosh. More than 35 students of Johnson Grammar School, Nacharam scored more than 96 per cent marks, according to Joyce, school in-charge.

Narayana Institutions said the pass percentage of their Concept Schools and Techno Schools was 99.

Out of the 42 branches, thirty scored 100 per cent results and over all 95 per cent students got first classes.



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