Chandigarh, January 10 City stumper Taniya Bhatia was today included in the India women’s cricket team for the upcoming three-match ODI series in South Africa. The 20-year-old replaced back-up wicketkeeper Nuzhat Parween from the World Cup squad that lost to England in the final in July 2017.
Our student Shristi of class XII got selected in Indian Softball team and participated in Softball World Cup held in Florida, America.
City girl Arushi Jain has brought laurels by bagging the 10th rank in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) entrance exam, the results of which were declared today. Arushi is the tricity topper in AIIMS. The second spot in the tricity has been bagged by Japnoor Kaur, who has got the 32nd rank in the entrance.Arushi studied at St Anne’s Convent till Class X and thereafter from Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 19. She was the topper in the medical stream among the city government schools with 95.6 per cent marks.
Dr Akanksha Sharma has got first rank in AIIMS PG Medical Entrance Exams (AIIMS PGME). PGME is a national level postgraduate medical entrance exam which is conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi for admission to MD / MS programmes. Akanksha, has done her schooling from St. Anne’s Convent School, here and completed MBBS from GMCH-32 recently. She said that AIIMS PGME exam is one of the toughest exams in medicine because level of exam is extremely high. I really felt exhausted during the exam because it took a lot of energy and time to solve the questions but because of the knowledge and tips given by experts of my coaching institute during the preparation helped me to get the desired rank.” Sharing tips for aspirants of AIIMS PGME exam, Akanksha said that, the strategy that should be followed for AIIMS aspirants is to focus on text books along with DAMS study material, which is based on standard text books and are concise and short. It is important for every spirant to be thorough with the DAMS notes, as it helps tremendously for preparing for an exam as tough as AIIMS PGME
Surbhi Katach of class IX won two gold medals in Inter National Taekwondo competitions held in South Korea.
Chandigarh, 14 May 2013: St Anne’s Convent School, Sector -32C, Chandigarh, The Alma mater of Anchal Sood ex-topper of the school was honoured for having made it to the ‘Top 200’ list of the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) exam with the All India rank of 184. Sister Gracy, the School Principal congratulated and honoured her on behalf of the school and the management . Speaking on the occasion Anchal Sood said unlike what had happened in history where people with wealth and physical strength ruled the world, today people with knowledge are the front runners of the society. She told the young students to think beyond being engineers, doctors or managers of tomorrow and make a difference in India’s growth story.