East Singhbhum district has topped the matriculation examination results released by the Jack Board. Shreya Songiri from Chakulia Purnapani Tribal High School has been declared the state topper.
Jamshedpur – East Singhbhum district has emerged victorious in the matriculation examination results announced by the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) on Tuesday.
Shreya Songiri, from Chakulia Purnapani Tribal High School, is leading the state, securing an impressive 490 out of 500 marks.
Shreya, daughter of Supriya Songiri and Sunil Baran Songiri, has proven her mettle with this exceptional performance.
Taking the second spot, Sourav Kumar Paul from Hathiyapathar High School, Bokaro, has achieved a remarkable 489 out of 500 marks.
Sourav, son of Manju Devi and Manoj Kumar Paul, has showcased commendable efforts to secure this position.
Following closely, Diksha Bharti from Indira Gandhi Girls’ High School, Hazaribagh, stands as the third state topper, amassing a total of 488 marks.
Diksha, daughter of Renu Chaurasia and Suraj Kumar Chaurasia, has certainly made her mark with her performance.
Deep Mitra, from Ramrudra High School, Chas, Bokaro, is not far behind, ranking fourth with 488 marks. Deep, son of Itu Mitra and Maheshwar Mitra, has shown exceptional dedication to his studies.
At the fifth position, Manish Singh from St. Patrick’s High School, Gumla, has secured a total of 487 marks.
Manish, son of Meeta Devi and Suresh Prasad Singh, demonstrates how perseverance pays off.
Other notable achievers include Shubham Kumar from Saraswati Vidya Mandir, Telo, Bokaro, who ranked sixth with 487 marks; Kritika Kumari from Barmasia’s third high school who achieved seventh position with 486 marks; Kunal Paul from Purnapani Adivasi High School, East Singhbhum, who secured eighth place with 486 marks; Prabhakar Ganjhu of St. Xavier’s High School, Bundu, who gained the ninth position with 486 marks; and Bunty Kumar from the proposed Adarsh Vidya Mandir High School, Tiril, who secured the tenth position with 486 marks.