Mangaluru: St Agnes PU College excels in Karnataka Board exams

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Mangaluru, Apr 11: St Agnes PU College is elated to announce the stellar performance of its students in the Karnataka School Examination and Assessment Board 2024.

Leading the science stream with extraordinary achievement, Anjali R Rai dazzled with a commendable total of 592 marks, showcasing her academic prowess with perfect scores in computer science and Kannada. She has made us proud by securing the 7th rank at the state level. In the commerce stream, Ashmitha Pereira stood out with an inspiring 590 marks, securing centum in accountancy.

She secured the 8th rank at the state level. Alisha Thimmaiah redefined excellence in the arts stream with an astonishing total of 590 marks, including a centum in psychology and 7th rank at the state level. This year the college boasts an overall pass percentage of 98.48 with 258 students achieving distinctions, 352 securing first classes, and 52 students earning full marks in various subjects and they have set a remarkable benchmark for academic excellence. The impressive results are a reflection of the hard work put in by both students and teachers alike.

The management, principal, faculty and the PTA have extended their hearty congratulations to all the students for their excellent academic triumphs and commend them for bringing laurels to the institution.




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