Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Central School, Maryhill, Mangaluru felicitated Jashan Chhabra, who secured the All India 5th Rank in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) 2021. Jashan scored a total of 715 marks out of 720 and has secured 99.99%, bringing laurels to the family, School, Mangaluru City and Karnataka State.
Jashan’s diligent hard work and dedicated tutoring by the Aakash Coaching Institute, Mangaluru in collaboration with Byju’s paved way for his successful accomplishment. Blessed abundantly with intelligence and discipline, Jashan has been motivated always by his mother Mrs Anita Chhabra and his teachers to be at his best.
The felicitation was held in the school today, where the Principal Sr Melissa, the administrator Sr Carissima, Vice Principal Sr Lidwyn Pinto, MCCS faculty members greeted Jashan with flower bouquets. Mr Sudhir Kumar, Territory Head and Mr Ashwin Prabhu, Branch Head of Aakash Coaching Institute, Mangaluru along with Jashan’s mother Mrs Anita Chhabra were present at this auspicious moment.
The management, principal, staff, students and parents of Mount Carmel Central School congratulate Jashan for his exceptional achievement and for bringing laurels to the family and his Alma Mater, and wish him good luck in his future studies.
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