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Vedantu students from Amritsar secure top ranks in KVPY Exam

Amritsar, June 26, 2022 (Kulbir Kalsi)
In the latest KVPY result, Vedantu has produced 2nd All India Rank in the SA stream and 5th All India Rank in the SX stream. From Amritsar city, three students qualified in KVPY Exam from Vedantu.

Mr. Hardik Sharma secured AIR 586, Mr. Shivansh Mangal – AIR 1035, and Mr. Anmol Deep – AIR1232.

From Vedantu Master Teacher Mr. Vikas Sondhi who taught Chemistry subject to all the above students included AIR – 2 and AIR- 5. He visited Amritsar along with Mr. Mukesh Bhola to falicitate the students from the city.

The program was organized by Vedantu at Hotel MK, Amritsar, where Mr. Bhola said that the 2nd Rank in the SA stream was secured by Ms. Aditi Singh, and the 5th Rank in the SX stream was secured by Mr. Deevayanshu Malu along with three students from Amritsar, who are preparing for JEE Advanced.

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