Puttur: St Philomena PU College cherishes achievement of its students in exam

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Purttur, Apr 21: St Philomena PU College wrapped up another academic year with an excellent result in II PUC board exam. The students of batch 2022-23 of the college have made their alma mater proud with the results achieved this year by bagging 96.31% in II PUC.

In Science stream, Sanjana K scored 584/600. In Commerce stream, Samrudhi R Rai scored 588/600. In Arts stream, Sanjana J Rao scored 555/600.

To add to the list of achievement, out of 569 students, 171 students secured distinction, 314 students passed with first class.

Science stream:

Total students enrolled: 293, out of which 91 students secured distinction, 167 students passed with first class.

Commerce stream:

Total students enrolled: 241, out of which 77 students secured distinction, 121 students passed with first class.

Arts stream :

Total students enrolled: 35, out of which 3 students secured distinction, 25 students passed with first class.

The correspondent, management, principal and staff members of the college applauded all the students who have scored well and congratulated the students who have passed out with flying colors.



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