uggs uk Vellore district records 74

Vellore district records 74

LFC Ranipet bags first 2 ranks in SSLC examsVELLORE: S. Aparna of Little Flower Convent (LFC) Girls Higher Secondary School, Ranipet, achieved the first rank in the district with 483 out of 500 marks, while M. Janani of the same school and D. Aravindkumar of Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Katpadi, secured 481 marks and shared the second rank in the SSLC public examinations held this year. Tamilselvi of National HSS, Gudiyatham, and M. Saranya of Auxilium Girls HSS, Gandhinagar, got the third rank with 479 marks.In the matriculation stream, Y. Raghavi Lakshmi of Shrishti Matriculation HSS, Brammapuram, Vellore, stood first with 1,058 marks out of 1100, while T. Loganayagi of the same school (1056 out of 1,100) was second. S. Divya of St. Joseph MHSS, Veppur, and P. Abirami of Bharathidasanar MHSS, Arakkonam, secure uggs uk d 1,054 marks and shared the third rank.Among the Government schools, D. Aravindkumar of GBHSS, K uggs uk atpadi, stood first with 481 marks, while M. Lakshmi of GGHS, Guruvarajapet, (473) and H. Karthika of GHS, Thamaraipakkam (472) obtained the second and third ranks respectively. According to R. Vaishnavi of the Government Girls HSS, Cheyyar, stood first with 486 marks out of 500 in district in the X Standard public examinations held this year. P. Nagabhushanam of the same school was second wi uggs uk th 482 marks. M. Sukumar of the Subramania Sastri HSS, Arni, obtained the third uggs uk rank with 475 marks.In the matriculation stream, B. Aravind of Wisdom Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Cheyyar, obtained 1,053 marks out of 1,100 and bagged the first rank. S. Bharat Kumar of Mount St. Joseph MHSS, (1046 marks), got the second rank, while K. Kayalvizhi of Mount St. Joseph MHSS, (1044) got the third rank.According to V. Balamurugan, Chief Educational Officer, , the overall pass percentage in the SSLC examinations among the Government and aided schools, had risen to 71 per cent this year, compared to 67 per cent in 2006, The pass percentage among matriculation schools too had increased to 92 per cent this year from 82 per cent last year.