CT Public School student cracks JEE Mains by scoring 99.8%

Jalandhar January 21 (Jaswinder Azad)- It’s a proud moment for CT Public School as its student named Naman Sharma has cracked JEE Mains, January 2019, with flying colours. He scored an excellent percentile of 99.8. He scored 94/120 in Maths, 80/120 in Chemistry and 77/120 in Physics.
He has been a student of CT Public School right from Pre-Primary Class and scored 10 CGPA in Grade 10. He has been a child prodigy right from the beginning and made books his best friends.
Naman Sharma is a reliable and committed young man who achieves his best in every opportunity that is provided to him. He has been committed to his studies and excelled in every examination. He has set an example to the children to envisage a dream and to strenuously work to achieve it. He has shown them a vision to reach to the summit of their career.
A quiet and hardworking child, Naman Sharma’s parents are both teachers. He said, “I am quite fond of studies but then I am also fascinated by sports. It’s an add on factor for me as my father Rajiv Kumar Sharma is a Mathematics teacher and my mother is a Social Sciences teacher. They have been quite supportive in cracking this exam along with the proper guidance of my school teachers. “
Manbir Singh, Managing Director and Sukhdeep Kaur, Vice Principal applauded the child for his achievement and blessed him for his future ventures and also congratulated the parents and the teachers for their continuous support to help him excel.

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