Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Thursday, Jun 10, 2004

About Us
Contact Us
Kerala
News: Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous |
Advts:
Classifieds | Employment | Obituary |

Kerala - Kochi Printer Friendly Page   Send this Article to a Friend

BA, B.Sc. exams: city colleges fare well

By Our Staff Reporter



The sister duo of Gayalakshmi (left) and Divyalakshmi, both students of St.Teresa's College, who bagged the first rank in BA English and second rank in B.Sc. Botany examinations respectively; (below, left) Krishnapriya Lal, who bagged the first ran k in B.Sc. Physics; and (below, right) Teena P. Varghese, of Cochin College, who bagged the first rank in B.Sc. Chemistry.

KOCHI, JUNE 9. City colleges fared well in the B A and B. Sc. examinations of the Mahatma Gandhi University by bagging the majority of the top ranks in the examinations held in 2003, the results for which were declared today.

St. Theresa's College swept the top ranks in both the streams. Students of the college bagged 14 ranks in various disciplines. The success was a repeat of last year's performance when the students of the college bagged 13 top ranks.

The college won four first ranks, four second ranks and six third ranks in the results declared today.


There was joy in the air as the Principal, Sister Tessa, along with the teaching faculty of the college congratulated the rank-holders for their outstanding performance. "We follow a student-oriented academic pattern. The effort is to make them excel in all areas of life," she said. Concerted efforts made by the teachers helped the college achieve success in this year's examinations too, she added.

In the B.Sc. Physics examination, Krishnapriya Lal of the college bagged the first rank. She scored 976 marks. Jaya George took the first rank in Mathematics. She scored 988 marks. The sister-duo of V. Gayalakshmi and V. Divyalakshmi brought two top ranks to St.Teresa's. Ms. Gayalakshmi bagged the first rank in BA English examination. She scored 655 marks. Ms. Divyalakshmi bagged the second rank in B.Sc Botany examination. Anita Mathew of the college won the first rank in BA History examination.

The Ernakulam Maharajas College maintained its winning streak in results of both BA and B. Sc. examinations.

M. Haseena Beevi of the college won the first rank in BA Arabic examination. She scored 549 marks. In the BA Sanskrit (General) examination, Sariga Sasi bagged the first rank. She scored 601 marks. Nishad Azad won the first rank in BA Islamic History examination.


The mood was jubilant at the Cochin College shortly after the results of the examinations were declared in the morning. Teena P. Varghese of the college bagged the first rank in B.Sc. Chemistry examination. She scored 989 marks. Riya Marietta won the first rank in B.Sc. Zoology examination. She scored 951 marks. The college holds the record of bagging the first rank in B.Sc. Chemistry examination for continuous five years between 1997 and 2002.

The Government Sanskrit College, Thripunitura, bagged the top ranks in subjects related to BA Sanskrit course. P.S. Suvidha of the college bagged the first rank in BA Sanskrit Sahitya examination. T.S. Jayaraj of the college bagged the first rank in BA Sanskrit Nyaya examination. M.P. Praveena bagged the first rank in BA Sanskrit Vyakarana examination.

Printer friendly page  
Send this article to Friends by E-Mail

Kerala

News: Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous |
Advts:
Classifieds | Employment | Obituary | Updates: Breaking News |


News Update


The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | The Hindu eBooks | Home |

Copyright 2004, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu