361 students of Resonance selected for KVPY fellowship

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Apr 29: In the series of remarkable achievements, the students of Resonance have showcased outstanding performance in KVPY 2018-19 results.
A total of 361 students from Resonance got selected for KVPY (Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna) fellowship. In which 152 students are from regular classroom program and 209 students are from distance learning program.
This information was given by the Founder and Managing Director of Resonance, RK Verma.
This year, 7 regular classroom students of Resonance have secured a position in the TOP-30 in KVPY, in which 5th, 12th, 18th, 23rd and 27th Ranks are from SA stream (Class XI Science) and 23rd Rank is from SX stream (Class XII Science).
Top ranks in SA Stream were secured by Arayan Kumar (5th), Abhinav Sinha (12th), Tejas Bansod (15th) and Utkarsh Pratap Singh (18th). All of these students are from Resonance Kota Study Center.
Top ranks in SX Stream were secured by Leena (23rd), a student of Resonance Pre-Medical Division and Kottamasu Sai (87th), a student of Resonance Base Bangalore Study Centre.
Out of 361 qualified students for this prestige Central Government fellowship, 88 students are from Kota Study Centre, 30 students are from Karnataka Base Study Centre, 9 students are from Udaipur Study Centre, 6 Students from Nagpur; 5 students from Jodhpur, 3 students from Kolkata, 2 students each from Ahmedabad, Bhubaneshwar, Raipur Study Centre, 1 student each from Agra, Jaipur, Lucknow, Mumbai and Surat Study Centre.
209 students from Resonance Distance Learning Program are eligible for KVPY fellowship. Students of Resonance JNV Bundi performed brilliantly in KVPY 2018-19. 13 students from Resonance JNV Bundi are eligible for the KVPY fellowship.
Deep Majumdar, a DLPD (Distance Learning Program) student has secured AIR-1 in SC/ST Category (SX Stream).


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