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Gwalior's Hemendra Singh Rana topped the pre-engineering and pharmacy test (PEPT)-2012 conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) for admission to engineering and pharmacy colleges in the state. The results were declared on Thursday, 31st May 2012. The exams were conducted by the board on May 20. Surprisingly, no student from the state capital could make it to the top ten merit list of engineering while Abhishek Pandey was the lone merit holder from Bhopal in Pharmacy. In all, the board had received 1.18 lakh applications while 1.15 lakh students appeared in PET this year.
MPPEB official spokesperson said, Rana scored 174 marks out of 200. In all, six students from Indore, three from Gwalior and one from Jabalpur managed to secure their name in the merit list. Second position went to Harshit Gupta, Rishabh Sethia and Parul Jain (all from Indore) and Gwalior's Ashish Goyal who secured 172 marks each. Indore's Girish Chandani and Ditendra Patel of Gwalior were tied on the third position with 171 marks each. Nitin Chandrol with 170 marks was the only student from Jabalpur who managed to make it to the merit list. Anjali Rai of Indore also secured 170 marks. Sai Chakradhar of Indore bagged the 10th place in the last in the merit list with 169 marks. For pharmacy, the board had received 19,461 applications of which 18, 1851 students appeared in the test. Hemendra Singh came first in pharmacy too with 174 marks. Anand Rajoriya of Gwalior came second with 170 marks while Ujjain's Manasi Dandekar came third in the merit list with 169 marks. Indore's Shubham Upadhyay was fourth in the merit list with 166 marks. Abhishek Pandey of Bhopal was only student in the merit list with 165 marks who stood fifth. Ujjain's Kirti Sinha scored, 164 marks who came sixth in the merit list. Vidisha's Brajesh Sahu was seventh with 160 marks while Indore's Sanju Surage stood eighth with 159 marks in the merit list. Ninth position went to Ujjain's Sarrah Siddique with 158 marks and Chinmay Sapre of Indore grabbed last position in the merit with 157 marks. Students can log on to official website of board vyapam.nic.in to see their results.
Courtesy: Times of India
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