Innocent Hearts College of Education once again sets benchmark in quality education
GNDU declares result of Bachelor of Education Semester III. The college gets 100 % result
Jalandhar: Keeping the tradition of setting benchmarks in education, Innocent Hearts College of Education again has shown its remarkable performance in University results of Bachelor of education. Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar has declared the result of Bachelor of Education Semester III.
The college got 100 % result in the semester examinations. All the students of the college cleared the semester with First division. 100% students scored more than 70% marks. Four students named Priyanka Tandon, Rijul, Charu Kakar, and Nishitha Chopra grabbed top position in the college scoring 87% marks. The students Navpreet Kaur and Himani grabbed second position scoring 86.25% marks and Maninder Kaur and Prabhsimran Kaur grabbed third position in the college scoring 86% marks. Priyanka Tandon attributed her success to her husband, parents, teachers and the environment of the college. She said, “My aim is to become a successful teacher. I specially thank my husband, my teachers and my parents for their endless support.” Rijul said “Achieving First position means a lot to me because I prepared really hard for the examination. It would be wrong to take all the credit myself because that way I would be ignoring the efforts put in by my teachers and family. I am so blessed to have diligent and motivating teachers.” The students were missing college in the time of celebration due to COVID 19 Lockdown. However, they shared their happiness digitally. Executive director of college Mrs. Aradhana Bowry said Innocent hearts Group has never compromised with the quality of education and has always worked for betterment of students. This support of Innocent Hearts Group will continue in Lockdown period and ever after that.
Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh congratulated the students and Motivated the students to work more hard to clear the last step of their Teacher Education programme so that they may go to the society for service. Faculty members congratulated the student-teachers for their brilliant achievements. They added it’s the time of digital celebrations.