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Aryans students shine in IKGPTU examinations

02:38 AM Mar 28, 2024 IST | GK NEWS SERVICE
aryans students shine in ikgptu examinations
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Srinagar, Mar 27

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Students of Aryans College of Engineering, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh brought laurels to the college by giving excellent results in the semester ‘s examinations conducted by I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala, Jalandhar.

In B.Tech CSE 7th Sem : 1st Position was bagged by Manisha Choudhary with 9.09 SGPA; 2nd Position by Rajwant Kaur with 8.65 SGPA and 3rd Position bagged by Diksha with 8.52 SGPA. In B Tech Electrical Engineering, 1st Position was bagged by Akshay Kumar with 8.25 SGPA, 2nd Position by Nisar Ahmed with 8.13 SGPA & 3rd Position by Ganesh Kumar with 8.00 SGPA. In Electrical & Electronics Engineering, first position was bagged by Vijayinder 8.50 with SGPA, 2nd Position by Gourav Guleria and Waseem Fayaz with 8.38 SGPA, while 3rd position by Jeevan Singh 8.38 SGPA. In Civil Engineering, First Position bagged by Shib Sunder Thakur with 8.88 SGPA, second by Sonali Kapoor with 8.42 SGPA and 3rd by Davinder Singh with 8.33 SGPA.

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Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group said that such excellent results by the students regularly makes the college one of the most preferred destinations among students. Quality education is the motto of Aryans and the result of the students has proved that we have been successful in our endeavours.

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Dr J K Saini, Director, Aryans College of Engineering congratulated the students and faculty for the continuous efforts and hard work done. Dr. Saini said that apart from regular academics, extracurricular activities like webinars on industrial engineering, soft skills, innovations and importance of patents etc. are also being organised from time to time to enhance the skills and knowledge of the students.

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Feeling ecstatic over the achievement, the toppers said that they attributed their success to the guidance of their family and the faculty.

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