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CHPIS and Aditya Group Students Shine in AU PGECET'16
Students of the Chalapathi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences secured outstanding ranks in the PGECET conducted by Andhra University for admission into Master of Pharmacy. The college management conducted a press meet to congratulate the students. College principal, Dr. Surya Devara gave the details of the rankers.
He said, “The College has been securing excellent ranks in various entrance exams every year. The college has excellent and efficient faculty who are responsible for the outstanding results every year”.
Analysis of the Results:-
- 2 students secured ranks below 100.
- A total number of 12 students secured ranks below 500.
- A total number of 18 students secured ranks below 1000.
- D Manoj secured state level 23rd Rank.
- R Anusha secured state level 92nd Rank
- Gowtami Ishwarya secured state level 170th Rank.
- Y Mounika secured state level 201st Rank.
Apart from the above students, a total number of 30 students excelled in various categories. Students were congratulated by the Chairman K Basava Punnaiah, Correspondent, CH Srinivas, principal and faculty members. Students thanked the college management and faculty for their motivation and support.
Students of Aditya Group of Pharmacy College secured excellent ranks in the PG ECET conducted by Andhra University for admission into Master of Pharmacy course. The college management conducted a press meet to congratulate the students. Vice chairman of the college, G Satish Reddy gave an analysis of the results.
- M Ramya Praveena secured state level 32nd Rank.
- CH Raja Harshitha secured state level 50th Rank.
- M Sai Shashank secured state level 77th Rank.
- G Mohan secured state level 79th Rank
- N Pratima secured state level 132nd Rank
- R V Subba Rao secured state level 202nd Rank
- I Sahitya secured state level 205th Rank
- K Mounika secured 224th Rank
- CH Prasanna secured 245th Rank
- B Sai Priya secured 249th Rank
- S. Keerthana secured 261st Rank
- P Pranitha secured 293rd Rank.
Students were congratulated by the college management and faculty members. Students thanked the college management and faculty for being supportive.
Source: - Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada
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