Shanti Asiatic School felicitates its alumnus Harshit Kumar for clearing CAT with 99.99 percentile

 

 

Ahmedabad : Shanti Asiatic School, Bopal, on Friday organised a felicitation ceremony to commemorate the achievement of Harshit Kumar, a student of the 2017-18 batch, for securing 99.99 percentile in the Common Admission Test (CAT). Harshit also secured a rank in the top 28 students across India and the top four in Gujarat.

 

Run by the Shanti Educational Initiatives Limited (SEIL), Shanti Asiatic School, as a token of appreciation, awarded Rs 1.25 lakh to Harshit for his achievement. During the occasion, Harshit, who is doing his engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN), shared his success mantras with students of the school and inspired them to work hard to achieve success in life.

 

Harshit was accorded a grand welcome by the Vice Principal, Ms Sandhya Uday. Director and Principal Mr Abhay Ghosh, too, congratulated and applauded him for following his dreams of serving the nation.

 

Congratulating Harshit on this achievement, Mr Ghosh said, “We at Shanti Asiatic School, Bopal, aspire to empower our students with the right set of skills and abilities for their constructive contribution towards the world. Our vision to mould young minds into community leaders sees its manifestation when our students enter the real world and achieve great heights. The entire Shanti Asiatic School family is proud of Harshit for the laurels that he has brought to the school. He is indeed a source of inspiration to all students of the school. He has proved that with the right guidance and grooming, one can achieve one’s goals and the sky is the limit. We wish him all the very best in his future endeavours.”

 

Currently pursuing his B.E. from IITGN, Harshit aspires to opt for the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad or Bangalore. The brilliant success of Harshit reflects that SAS, Bopal, true to its philosophy, strives hard towards the holistic development of its students.

 

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