Students of the Gujranwala Guru Nanak Institute of Management & Technology(GGNIMT), Civil Lines have brought laurels to their institution by performing brilliantly well in examinations held by IKG-PTU, Kapurthala, the results of which were declared recently.
Among students of MBA IInd Semester, Simranpreet Kaur bagged first position by obtaining 8.73 SGPA in the college, Tapsi Grover and Paramjot Kaur both secured second position with 8.27 SGPA while Pooja Grover obtained the third position with 8.00 SGPA.
Among MBA IV semester students, Manpreet Kaur scored 9.21 SGPA and got the first position in the college, Kanupriya bagged the second position with 8.91 SGPA while Ishmeet Singh and Anita Devi stood third with an SGPA score of 8.76 each.
In BBA IVth semester, Amritpal Singh stood first while Jagjot grabbed the second position.
In BBA IInd semester, Avneet Singh secured the first rank while Prabhneet Singh stood second.
Anjali Kumari of B.com IInd semester bagged the first spot in the college, Sahitya Kushwaha bagged the second rank while Lovepreet Singh grabbed the third position.
The students of Department of Computer Applications also showcased brilliant performance. Among the BCA IInd semester, Harsh Sood and Rohit Singh bagged the first position, Ashu Rani and Kamakshi Sobti both grabbed the second spot and Ritisha Yadav bagged the third position in the class.
Ranjit Kaur and Geetaljali of MCA IVth semester both stood first, Shweta bagged the second position while Mandeep Kaur of the same class grabbed the third spot.
The Principal of GGNIMT, Dr. Harpreet Singh, congratulated the students for their achievement. He said, “It is an honour for GGNIMT that students are performing well not only in extra-curricular activities but also in their university examinations.”
Prof. Manjit Singh Chhabra, Director, GGNIMT congratulated the students and teachers for their brilliant efforts. While addressing the toppers, he said that the examination results were the shining example of their determination, efforts and practical-based learning approach.