Institute nurturing dreams

Two toppers of Deeksha PU College said it was the teachers who helped them score good marks in the PU exams.

Published: 18th May 2017 05:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th May 2017 05:34 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: Two toppers of Deeksha PU College said it was the teachers who helped them score good marks in the PU exams.

Sahana Narasimha, a science student, stood third in the state in PU II exams. When asked about her performance (594/600), Sahana said, “I knew I did well, but not this well. I am thankful to my teachers who always cleared my doubts. The friendly environment at Deeksha always made studying fun.”

Sahana had enrolled in the Deeksha Residential Program. She now wants to pursue research in physics.

Another state topper at the PU II exams was Vishwajit P Hegde. Vishwajit, a state-level chess player from Sirsi, enrolled in the two-year PU programme at Deeksha. He too said the teachers helped him greatly. The son of a small-time businessman, the MD scholarship came as a boon for Vishwajit. He excelled in KVPY, Indian National Olympiad, stood 65 AIR in JEE MAINS and then stood 7th in PU II exams with a score of 590/600.

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