D.El.ED results: Srinath girls outshine male counterparts to feature in top ten

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Jamshedpur, Oct 17: The JAC results for D El Ed Session 2019-’21 were a cause of rejoicing in the Srinath University campus at Dindli Basti in Adityapur. The exuberance was due to the more than satisfactory result with girls outshining their male counterparts for places among the top ten achievers. The Top 10 list included, in order of merit Tarannum Nisha, Priyanka Mahato, Priya Kumari, Hemendra Mahato, Abhishekh Palit, Preeti Mahato, Dhananjay Murmu, Nupur Monika Baxla, Jasmeet Kaur Bhatia and Prakash Pradhan.

During the media interaction, Vice Chancellor of Srinath University, Dr Govind Mahto ascribed the reason for the successful result to the joint efforts of the students and faculty members. He observed, “The students have acknowledged themselves very nicely. The results are based on dedication and conviction. The excellent results are the outcome of their consistent hard work and perseverance. I congratulate the students and the faculty members who jointly spelled success. The two phases of pandemic could not thwart the faculty members and students in their mission of success in the D El Ed results. The zeal among the student-teacher combination did not falter near the finishing line and the entire course was completed well within the stipulated time. The excellent and laudable results are due to the joint determination on the part of the faculty members and the students.”

An elated Assistant Professor of the Department of Education in Srinath University, Dr Bhavya Bhushan noted, “It is a matter of great pride that in spite of the prevailing COVID-19 waves, the students unwaveringly pursued their online classes. Neither did they skip virtual classes. This is a perfect example of saying, ‘Where there is a will, there is a way. The syllabus was completed well ahead of time. These students have not just outperformed in academics but also participated in extra-curricular activities and emerged with flying colours. Other students must learn from them and work hard both in academics and extra-curricular activities.”

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