2 Brampton Sikh students achieve rare distinction
BRAMPTON: Two sikh Brampton students are among four Indian-origin graduates to pass out of Central Peel Secondary School with 100 percent marks. Aman Brar and Gurleen Kaloty, along with Vishvam Mazumdar and Vishwa Sheth, have achieved this rare distinction.
They all will now join the University of Waterloo for engineering courses. While Kaloty will pursue mechanical engineering, Brar has opted for computer engineering.
All the four were together at Central Peel Secondary School. Though friends, they were very competitive and took math, computer science, physics and chemistry classes together. “Now that we’re heading to Waterloo, it’s just amazing to see that we’ll be able to be friends for another fie or more years,” Gurleen told the Brampton Guardian.