CGC Landran students shine in PTU results capture 308 merit positions
Author(s): City Air NewsMaintaining the legacy of Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran as one of the region’s top notch technical education provider, students from the institution have brought laurels by bagging 308 merit positions...
Maintaining the legacy of Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran as one of the region’s top notch technical education provider, students from the institution have brought laurels by bagging 308 merit positions in the IKGPTU results for the November 2017 session.
CGCians have attained 60 merit positions in B.Tech, 95 in BBA, MBA, B.Com (Professional), BCA and MCA combined, 92 in B.Sc HMCT, ATHM and BHMCT, 29 in B. Pharma and M. Pharma and 32 in B.Sc (Biotech) and M.Sc (Biotech).
Of these there are 12 first positions, 13 second positions, 24 third positions and 259 merit positions from fourth to tenth spots. Students from Engineering, MBA, Pharmacy and Hotel Management are among the toppers.
In B.Tech, Ayushi Sharma from ECE (5th Sem), Jasmine Badwal from IT Engineering (5th Sem) and Anriksh Jain from ME (5th Sem) captured the first position winning the gold. Pragati Maan pursuing BBA (3rd Sem) topped the stream winning gold while Lovleen Kaur from BSc. HMCT (1st Sem) and Pritpal Kaur from BHMCT (1st Sem) won gold. In Pharmacy, Asmita Arora, B.Pharmacy (3rd Sem), Kiran, M. Pharmacy (1st Sem) and Yoshita Pathania, M. Pharmacy (1st Sem) have bagged gold medals respectively. Aakriti Bansal, BSc. Biotech (1st Sem), Abhinav, BSc. Biotech (5th Sem) and Aarti, M.Sc Biotech (3rd Sem) captured gold in their respective streams.
The elated students of the group expressed their gratitude to their teachers and credited their success to the excellent guidance provided by them.
Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chairman, CGC and Rashpal Singh Dhaliwal, President, CGC Landran, congratulated the students stating that their efforts and dedication had paid off. They reiterated their commitment to maintain and continuously upgrade the quality of education which includes adopting the model curriculum, initiative to enhance industry exposure and bridge the academia-industry interface.