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Nishant Sinha & Gitendriya Sinha tops in KV Kailashahar


Two Bishnupriya Manipuri students of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kailashahar, North Tripura, have come out with flying colours in the Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) examination 2008.

Nishant Sinha came second securing 73 per cent among the students who appeared in the Class XII examination from the school. And from the same school, Gitendriya Sinha with 84.8 per cent came in the list of top – 5 students who excelled in the Class X examination.

It is not the first time that students of the school Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kailashahar, North Tripura, have showed their mark, in 1997, Papiya Sinha, a Bishnupriya Manipuri, of Class XI got 3rd position in regional level Science Exhibition 2007 and she attended National Level at K.V. IIT Kharagpur.

However, the examination results of students from Rudra Singh Higher Secondary School at Kailasahar, Tripura, have not been satisfactory. In the Class XII examination, 21 students in second division; and in Class X 19 students in second division, were able to clear the state board examination.

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  1. I have taught jitendriya sinha and now he is in du


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