Students put up a good show in Inter 2nd year

A student of Krishnaveni Junior College, Kothagudem, P.V.G. Sai Subrahmanyam, has topped the state in the Inter (second year) exams, securing 994 marks out of 1,000 in the MPC stream. Similarly, Atukula Rahul of Trinity Junior College, Karimnagar, topped the BiPC stream, scoring 989 marks out of 1,000.
Sri Chaitanya students S. Manoj Kumar secured top marks of 987 in MPC, followed by K. Veerabhadra Rao (986), P. Sai Prasad (986), V. Kavitha (985), Ivy Albi (985), V. Dinesh (985).

In the BiPC stream, Sri Chaitanya students B. Santoshi Rupa got 988 marks, P. Aswini (986), V. Rashmita (986), S.M. Rifat (986) and K. Naresh Babu (986). In the MEC stream, Sri Chaitanya students G. Veera Prathap Reddy got 973 marks, followed by N. Jayaravali (972), K. Naveena (971), K. Himaja (970), and E. Neerja Kumar (970).

Narayana students P. Jagadeesh Kumar secured top marks of 988 in the MPC stream, followed by R. Jahnavi (987), B. Sandhya Shirisha (986), B. Sunitha Laxmi (986), B.Shyam Prasad (986), M. Krishna Prasad (985) and P.Shivani (985). In the BiPC stream, Narayana students B. Nikhitha got 984 marks, V. Madhulika (982), B. Tejaswani (982), V. Anirudh (982), and A. Mounika (982); and in MEC stream, Anusha got 970 marks. Over 86 per cent of Narayana students secured A and B-grades. The overall pass percentage stands at 89. In physics, 173 Narayana students secured 60 out of 60 marks.

FIITJEE-Hyderabad students Ketan Ingli secured 978 marks in MPC, Meghana got 975, J. Monika (973), Ramakris-hnan (972), Bhupendra Prasad (972), V. Sheshank (971). In all, 66 students secured more than 95 per cent marks and 301 students got above 90 per cent marks. Students of St. Ann’s Junior College for Girls, Mehdipatnam, Ayesha Anjum secured 97.9 per cent marks in MPC, while BiPC toppers Hafsa and Farha got 96.7 per cent each. In MEC, the highest pass percentage is 96, while it is 91.2 per cent in CEC.
Government junior colleges, too, performed well, securing 62 per cent results this year, with Adilabad topping at 78 per cent. In the MPC stream, government college students Sudha Rani got 967 marks in MPC (Srikakulam), Sunitha (964, Chit-toor), in BiPC, C. Sreekanya (941, Nalg-onda), in MEC, T.V. Harsh (953, West Godavari), Sreenath Reddy (934, Kadapa), in CEC, Asma Fathima (919, Hyderabad), Appa Rao (917, Guntur), in HEC, Harishankar (920, Srikakulam), Jayasakshi (870, Vijayanagaram).

Dr P. Madhusudhan Reddy, general secretary, AP Government Junior Colleges Lecturers’ Asso-ciation, said: “Despite government colleges struggling with infrastructure and faculty shortage, the students from social and economically weaker sections performed well on par with corporate colleges. The government should create the required infrastructure to enable them to perform better.”