Simultala Awasiya Vidayala (SAV), Jamui, once again grabbed the spotlight within the Bihar College Entrance Examination (BSEB), the results of which were presented on Saturday. Of the 18 undergraduate students whose names appeared on the merit register, 16 were from SAV.
This is not the first time that scholars have presented laurels to the university. The college has been producing toppers for the last three years in a row.
This 12 months SAV's Swan Raj Bharti scored 97.25% and took the highest place within the state while his schoolmate Rounit Raj with 96.6% and Priyanshu Raj with 96.2% took the 2nd and 3rd places at straight . Adarsh Ranjan, Aditya Roy and Praveen Prakhar shared the fourth place with a 96% mark while here Harsh Kumar and Roshan Kumar took the fifth place with a 95.8% mark.
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In 2018 in addition, all three top positions were held by women. Prerna Raj of SAV topped the board exams while Shikha Kumari and Anupriya took second and third place respectively. Of the 42 uppers, 16 boys and 26 women were SAVs. Prerna Raj scored 457 marks out of 500. The second place was shared by two women, Pragya and Shikha Kumari who scored 454 marks, again from SAV, Jamui. The third place holder was Anupria Kumari with 452 marks, who could also be a student of SAV. In line with the officers, of the 23 undergraduates who were placed in the top 10 records in 2018, 16 are SAV students.
In 2016, a whole group of 107 undergraduate students from this college scored more than 90%. Not only that, within 12 months of 2015, SAV has created a historic past by awarding 30 tops out of the record 31 tops. Apart from 89 undergraduate students with scores of over 90% in the exam.
In line with SAV official website, Simultala Awasiya Vidyalaya idea is designed based on 4 main features; Gurulkul's training system, Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam, amidst privilege and a sense of belonging.
“Simultala Awasiya Vidyalaya was the result of the sincere desire of the Bihar authorities to organize talented undergraduate students from underprivileged sections of the society as world leaders in diverse fields,” writes Dr. Rajiv Ranjan, Principal of Simultala Awasiya Vidyalaya On the site Be Informed.