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Sri Chaitanya Narayana Students Excel in EAMCET

Published: 22nd May 2015 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd May 2015 05:59 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM:Students of Sri Chaitanya Narayana Group of Institutions in Visakhapatnam bagged top honours in EAMCET 2015 Thursday. Among the top scorers from Visakhapatnam branch, Ch Hari Chandana (HT 553210900) with 153 marks and M Naga Anudeep (HT 953270174) who secured tenth rank stood out in the engineering stream. The CBSE Plus 2 results of Hari Chandana are awaited to declare her final rank.

The Sri Chaitanya Narayana IIT Academy of Vizag scored top positions in the engineering stream. B Keerthana (18th rank), T Revanth Kumar (96th rank), M Teja (124th rank), Y Shiva Ganesh (130th rank), BVK Vinay (148th rank), K Radha Krishna (176th rank) and K Sreenidhi (184th rank), secured top ranks in engineering at the state level. More than 11,345 students from the IIT Academy qualified EAMCET. While eight students ranked below 200, 48 ranked below 500 and 89 candidates ranked below 1,000.

Similarly, the Narayana Sri Chaitanya Medical Academy of Vizag secured top ranks in medical stream. K Yogitha Charishma (15th rank), BS Keerthana (19th rank), A Pratap Reddy (71st rank), P Sai Teja (84th rank), and D Kavya (98th rank) topped in the state. Over 425 students from the Medical Academy cleared EAMCET, where six students ranked below 100, 39 ranked below 500 and 79 below 1,000.

Sri Chaitanya Narayana Academy, Visakhapatnam zonal incharge G Ramalingeswara rao, assistant general manager KV Ramana and faculty members congratulated the students on their achievement. They said that these results were possible due to the excellent team effort of the faculty and the students.



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