Not just Hooghly and Bolpur, all the branches of Techno India Group Public Schools in North Bengal and South Bengal have performed brilliantly in the board examinations.
The Techno India Group Public Schools (TIGPS) has proven to be a cut above the rest by being very successful in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 10 and 12 exams. TIGPS Hooghly and Bolpur deserve special mention as three students from the two schools scored 99% and above.
Subhashree Rakshit, a student of Humanities from TIGPS Hooghly, managed to score 99.2% in CBSE class 12 examinations. “I believe that the seeds of hard work I had sown in the right time have helped me reap the fruits of being the state topper. I knew I would score high but topping the state was beyond my imagination.” Once the results were out, Subhashree, whose father is an insurance official and mother an income tax officer, couldn’t contain her joy. With English being her favourite subject, she wants to explore the inner world of it in higher studies, and become a professor. A poet by passion, she also invests time in dance and painting.
Subham Biswas and Abhiroop Deb from TIGPS Bolpur and TIGPS Hooghly, respectively, performed exceedingly well. Both secured 99% in CBSE class 10 examinations. Subham said, “The most important advice my teachers and my parents had given me was, hard work always pays off. My father works as an officer in Viswa Bharati and mother is a school teacher, so I have grown up in an academic environment at home. I want to do research in Biochemistry, and become a professor.” Subham loves playing the flute, poetry and painting.
Abhiroop Deb of TIGPS Hooghly said that his marks in Science subjects are beyond his expectations, and he wishes to pursue his higher studies in Biology and become a professor. Abhiroop’s father is a government officer and mother a lawyer. He loves cricket and football but couldn’t have a crack at outdoor activity due to the lockdown. But he loves books, something that is keeping him constantly engaged.
Not just Hooghly and Bolpur, but all the branches of Techno India Group in North Bengal and South Bengal have performed brilliantly in the Board examinations. More than ten students have secured above 95% in CBSE class 12 examinations and nearly ten students have secured more than 95% in CBSE class 10 examinations in all over Bengal.
The CBSE class 12 toppers are Agniva Guha Thakurta (TIGPS Siliguri) 97.8%, Anamitro Majumdar (TIGPS Siliguri) 97.4%, Ahana Banerjee (TIGPS Hooghly) 97%, Bhavana Singh (TIGPS Hooghly) 96.8%, Ananya Garai (TIGPS Bolpur) 96.8%, Vaibhav Agarwal (TIGPS Hooghly) 96.8%, Soham Mandal (TIGPS Siliguri) 96.6%, Kaushik Saha (TIGPS Hooghly) 96.2%, Barnik Roy (TIGPS Bolpur) 96.2%, Sagnik Ghosh (TIGPS Hooghly) 96%, Utsa Ray (TIGPS Siliguri) 96%, Sk Masum Rana (TIGPS Coochbehar) 96%.
The CBSE X toppers are Anirban Maiti (TIGPS Hooghly) 98.8%, Shinjan Das (TIGPS Hooghly) 98.2%, Dhruba Sinha (TIGPS Bolpur) 98%, Ayantika Rakshit (TIGPS Bolpur) 98%, Trilokjeet Basu (TIGPS Siliguri) 97.8%, Spandan Das (TIGPS Hooghly) 96.8%, Sattwik Chakraborty (TIGPS Coochbehar) 96.8%.
Satyam Roychowdhury, Managing Director of Techno India Group said, “My heartfelt congratulations to each of you for topping the exams with flying colours. Step by step to quantum leaps, you will soar to the pinnacle of success.”
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