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Delhi gang-rape victim gets 73% in last exam of life

Thursday, 24 January 2013 - 5:19pm IST | Place: Dehradun | Agency: PTI
The 23-year-old girl, who was gang-raped in a moving bus in Delhi and later died of injuries, secured 73% marks in the last exam of her life.

The 23-year-old girl, who was gang-raped in a moving bus in Delhi and later died of injuries, secured 73% marks in the last exam of her life.

The institute, where the girl was studying physiotherapy, said she was a "good scholar" and performed better than most of her classmates.

"The 23-year-old girl was enrolled for the four-year physiotherapy course here in 2008 and she secured a first division with 73% marks in her last exam," Dean of the Sai Institute Harish Arora said today.

"She got better marks than most of her classmates as the average is around 55 to 65%," he said.

The girl got 800 out of 1,100 marks in six papers in tests conducted last year by HNB Garhwal University (a central varsity), Arora said, adding it was after these examination she had left for Delhi late last year to do an internship at a Delhi hospital.

Giving the break up of the girl's marks, the Dean said she got 124 out of 200 in physiotherapy orthopaedics; 147 out of 200 in physiotherapy neurology; 151 out of 200 in physiotherapy cardiology; 144 out of 200 in physiotherapy medicine; 74 out of 100 in physiotherapy biostatics, and 160 out of 200 in clinical project.

In an incident that shook the nation, the girl was gangraped in a moving bus on the night of December 16 and died of injuries sustained in the brutal attack on December 29 at a Singapore hospital.

The institute has also decided to return the entire course fee to the victim's family.

"The institute administration has decided to refund Rs1.80 lakh deposited by her at the time of her admission here in 2008," Arora said.

He said he would personally go to Delhi at the earliest to hand over a cheque for the amount to the girl's parents.

Showering praise on the girl for her positive nature, the ability to make friends easily and motivate other students, the Dean said a decision has also been taken to institute an award in her memory.


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