Mangaluru: Dr Nitte Shankara Adyanthaya College records 96% results in 2nd PU exams

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Jul 14: Among 84 students of science who had appeared for the second PU examination at Dr Nitte Shankara Adyanthaya PU College, 21 students have passed with distinction, 57 students in first class and two students in second class.

Among 107 commerce students, 16 students have passed with distinction, 79 in first class and two students have passed in second class.

Commerce student Shravya S has secured 578 marks with a percentage of 97%. Science student Shruthi S has secured 577 marks, a percentage of 96%. The overall percentage of successful students stands at 96%.

Science Toppers

Meghashree-542 (90.33%) Athmika S M-539 (89.83%) Saimaa Rai-537 (89.5%) Dhanyashree-530 (88.33%) Suprith-530 (88.33%) Prathiksha G-528

K M Kavana-527 (87.83%) Fathima Haifa-522 (87.00%) Manvith K Amin-522 (87.00%) Krithik S Kotyan-515 (85.17%)
Kathijathul Junija M-511 (85.17%) Kethan Kumar-511(85.17%)

Rajath Shetty-510    S Sanketh Rao-510      Vikhitha V-510

Commerce Toppers

Deepthi-559 (93.16%) Karthik-553 (92.17%) Prathiksha-550 (91.67%) Harshitha-548 (91.33%) Suraksha-543 (90.5%) Sheejal-535 (89.16%)

Shravya-553 Varsha S-530 Dhanushree-529 Sharan G Shetty-511

Principal Dr Navin Shetty K has extended congratulations to the students for their achievements. 


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