JEE Mains Exam 98 Students from Lucknow School score above 90 percentiles

JEE Mains Exam

The meritorious students of City Montessori School have once again brought fame to the city of Lucknow in the whole country with their unprecedented success in the JEE Mains Exam.

As many as 98 meritorious students of CMS have scored above 90 percentiles in this very prestigious examination while Ravija Chandel of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I have topped among the qualifiers from Lucknow with 99.96 percentile.

Besides, 6 other students have added to the glorious tradition of the school having scored above 99 percentiles in this national level examination. These students are Atul Pande (99.62 percentile), Shailesh Agarwal (99.60 percentile), Aryan Srivastava (99.47 percentile), Shyam Agarwal (99.40 percentile), Aryan Maurya (99.35 percentile), and Harsh Joshi (99.23 percentile).

Students of CMS have brought fame to the city of Lucknow in the whole country with their unprecedented success in the JEE Mains Exam.

The CMS students selected in this engineering entrance examination have expressed heartfelt gratitude to CMS teachers for their unprecedented success. Congratulating all successful students, CMS Founder, Dr. Jagdish Gandhi wished them a bright future and said that the talents of these outstanding students are the reason behind the school’s fame.

Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr. Hari Om Sharma informed that 284 students of CMS have been successful in the JEE Mains examination, out of whom, 98 have scored above 90 percentiles. He informed that CMS encourages its students to prepare for professional courses even while they are studying in school. Besides, the school provides an international platform to students through various international competitions every year with a view to enhance their knowledge of different subjects and develop their self-confidence. It is due to these efforts that like previous years CMS students have been successful in securing such a feat in the JEE Mains Exam with their outstanding merits.

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