Shruti Varshney Tops AMU Class 10th 2018 Results


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Shruti Varshney Tops AMU Class 10th 2018 Results. Girls have outperformed boys by capturing the first three positions in Aligarh Muslim University’s Secondary School Certificate (Class-X) examinations, the results of which were declared today.Shruti Varshney Top AMU Class 10th 2018 Results Aligarh News

Shruti Varshney of the Senior Secondary School (Girls) has topped the Class X examination, while Yusra Tarique and Ufaque, also students of the AMU Senior Secondary School (Girls), have secured second and third positions, respectively.

Shruti Varshney has secured 96.40 percent marks. Yusra Tarique and Ufaque scored 96 and 95.60 percent marks respectively.YUSRA-TARIQUE Aligarh AMU Topper 2018 class 10

The overall pass percentage of the AMU Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination for the session 2017-18 is 84.72%.

“Out of the total 1,656 students, who appeared in the AMU 2018 Class 10 examination, 1,403 have been declared passed”, the university said in a statement.

Aligarh Muslim University is an Indian public central university. It was originally established by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan as Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College in 1875. It draws students from all corners of the country as well as foreign countries, especially Africa, West Asia and Southeast Asia.

The University maintains a number of Colleges, Institutes, Centres, and Schools. Notably among them are Women’s College, Centre of Professional Courses, Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit, Zakir Hussain College of Engineering & Technology, Ajmal Khan Tibbiya College, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Dr. Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College, Institute of Ophthalmology, Centre for Advanced Studies in History, Centre for Women Studies, Centre for Nehru Studies, University Polytechnic University, Women’s Polytechnic, K.A. Nizami Centre for Quranic Studies, Schools including one for the visually challenged.

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