Tuesday, 24 June 2014

PTU students secure top positions in B. Tech 8th Semester

Press Note

Jalandhar, June 19, 2014: The students of Punjab Technical University (PTU) have brought laurels to their institutes by securing top positions in the eight semester of B. Tech examinations. The students pursued their studies from different colleges affiliated to PTU. The most awaited results are finally out and a new club of rankers are born again.

The first position was bagged by Jasmine Kaur from BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib. She secured 89.8 percent. Many other students also joined this Rankers club. She is followed by other students namely Amanjot Kaur from GIMET Amritsar securing 89 percent; Sheenam Sharma of DAVIET Jalandhar bagging 88 percent; Bhola Ravidas from SSIET Derabassi bagging 87 percent; Saurabh Sharma from SSIET Derabassi securing 87 percent; Arun Kanwar from SSIET Derabassi managed to secure 87.4 percent and last but not the least Sagar Gupta from Surya CET, Shambubarier secured 87.8 percent. The rankers club seems to be getting better with time.

Jasmine Kaur who secured 89.8 percent is on cloud nine and shared, “I am quite happy that I have managed to secure well after working hard enough. I am also thankful to my institution and its faculty for providing quality education. My parents are too happy for me.”

Congratulating the students PTU Vice-Chancellor Dr. Rajneesh Arora said, “This is very good news for our university. Our students are the assets for us and when they work hard and provide excellent results then it feels good. I congratulate all of them for their brilliant performance.”

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