Sri Chaitanya Students Excel in Eamcet

Published: 22nd May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:The students of Narayana Sri Chaitanya Educational Institutes excelled in AP Eamcet-2015, whose results were announced on Thursday. The institute claimed that their students secured the state first rank in both engineering and medical streams and they have also achieved most of the top 10 ranks.

According to Dr Sindhura Narayana, director, Narayana Sri Chaitanya Institutes, their students showed a remarkable performance in the maiden Eamcet by Andhra Pradesh government. Nine out of top 10 ranks in engineering stream and all top 10 ranks in the medical streams were bagged by their students, she said.

In medical stream, Sri Vidhul bagged the state first rank, and R Sai Bharadwaj secured second rank. “All the top ten ranks in medical stream are from our institute,” said Sushma, one of the directors of the institute. Apart from that, their students have also got 48 of top 50 ranks in the stream. The State first rank in engineering stream was also secured by a student of the institute. Kondapally Anirudh Reddy stood first while Donthula Akshit Reddy of the institute secured second rank. Dr Sindhura, said “In engineering, our students have got 48 out of the top 50 ranks and 94 out of top 100 ranks.”

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