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CHANDI­GARH: Stu­dents who opted for vo­ca­tional cour­ses have se­cured equally well in the Cen­tral Board of Sec­ondary Ex­am­i­na­tion Class-12 re­sults.

Man­preet Kaur has se­cured 94.8% in stenog­ra­phy and com­puter ap­pli­ca­tion.

"Spe­cial ap­ti­tude should be con­sid­ered be­fore tak­ing ad­mis­sion and only then the stu­dents will ex­cel. The zeal will have to come from within to study these cour­ses," said Ravi­raj Kaur, prin­ci­pal of Gov­ern­ment Model Se­nior Sec­ondary School, Sec­tor 37.

She added: "Man­preet Kaur and the tric­ity top­per Mo­hit Gau­tam are reg­u­lar to the school. Chil­dren who come school reg­u­larly score good."

Adesh­pal Singh Min­has, who has se­cured 91.4% in in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy (IT), said, "I am glad to have proven all those wrong, who had thought tak­ing IT was a wrong choice for me."

An­other high scorer in IT is Uma Ku­mari from GMSSS32, who has se­cured 90.2%, and Rajat Dhin­gra from GMSSS-33 with 90.8%.

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