New Delhi: Almost a month after 23-year-old paramedical student was brutally gang raped by six men on a moving bus in Delhi, the varsity in which she was studying has revealed that the victim secured a first division with 73 percent in the last exam of her life.

The gang rape victim, who succumbed to her injuries on December 29, secured a total of 800 marks out of 1100 in six test papers conducted last year by Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University in Uttarakhand.

Giving details of the victim’s result, Director of the Sai Institute Harish Arora got emotional. Arora said, “She secured 124 marks (out of 200) in orthopaedics; 147 (out of 200) in neurology; 151 (out of 200) in cardiothoracic conditions; 144 (out of 200) in general medicine; 160 (out of 200) in clinical dissertation; and 74 (out of 100) in research methodology.”

The victim’s family had no words to say when they heard about the results but they were proud of her daughter whose result has clearly shown her dedication towards study and career.

The Sai institute has also announced to return Rs 1.8 lakh, the amount paid by the victim for her four-year course, to her family. The institute expressed hope that some of her family members will accept the amount. If the family declines to accept the offer, the money will be used to educate women student belonging to economically weaker section.

JPN/Bureau

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