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Innocent Hearts College of Education always keeps legacy ahead

Jalandhar, June 28, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
All the student-teachers of Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar reached the topmost position of accomplishment by achieving First Divisions in the GNDU, B.Ed. Sem III Examination (Dec-2021) Result. More than twenty-six percentage student-teachers have attained Distinctions.

Shikha Sanan achieved the First position in the college with 80.57% marks, Ankita Suri bagged the Second position with 78.57% marks, Komal Verma along with Harneet Kaur grabbed the third position in the college with 78.28% and Deeksha as well as Amanpreet Kaur attained the Fourth position in the college with 78%.

Shikha Sanan thankfully said, “I attribute my success to my hard-working friendly Teachers and Principal Sir who are relatively helpful and grounded and above all, the Supreme Power – God. They all encouraged me to work hard and put in utmost efforts to get promising marks”.

Ankita Suri added, “This would not have been feasible without constant emotional support from my parents. Teachers have always provided their able guidance and timely motivation which led to this academic achievement.”

The Members of Management, Executive Director (Colleges) Mrs Aradhana Bowry, Principal Dr Arjinder Singh and Faculty members felicitated the student-teachers for achieving Excellent results. All the student-teachers were very delighted and thanked their Educators for their Brilliant Academic Performances.

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