Manav Rachna International School Faridabad student bags second rank in AILET 2023

Schools of Manav Rachna Educational Institutions also bagged AIR 35 and 145 in the CLAT 2023.


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Kanav Saluja has secured 116.25 out of 150 marks in AILET 2023. (Image: Press Release)Kanav Saluja has secured 116.25 out of 150 marks in AILET 2023. (Image: Press Release)

Divyansh | December 18, 2023 | 06:03 PM IST

NEW DELHI: A student of Manav Rachna International School, Charmwood, Faridabad, has secured second position in the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET 2023). Kanav Saluja has secured 116.25 out of 150, equivalent to the student who secured all India rank 1 in the AILET 2023.

The result of AILET 2023 was released on December 14. The entrance exam was held by National Law University (NLU New Delhi) for admission into undergraduate law programmes.

Students of the MIRS schools have also performed in the Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT 2023). Manya Aggarwal from MRIS Noida secured all India rank 35 and Tejas Sethi from MRIS Sector 14 Faridabad secured 145 rank in the CLAT.

Manav Rachna Educational Institutions said Kanav’s success is an example of both personal commitment and the high-quality education provided by MRIS. “The school takes immense pride in nurturing talented individuals who excel not only academically but also exhibit a passion for any particular field,” it added.

Amit Bhalla, vice-president of Manav Rachna Educational Institutions said, "Kanav has elevated the standard of excellence, and we stand in admiration of his extraordinary achievement. It's the collective diligence and perseverance of students, parents and teachers that make such milestone successes possible."

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“Education at MRIS comprises holistic development of every student right from the early years and when students raise the flag of excellence on National platforms like these, it not only brings us immense pride but also a sense of satisfaction that we are on the right path when it comes to stimulating the love for learning,” Sanyogita Sharma, MRIS director said.

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