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Delhi Govt Schools Achieve Remarkable Record with 96.99% Pass Percentage in Class 12

-By ArdorComm News Network

Delhi government schools have outperformed the national average with a remarkable 96.99% pass percentage in the Class 12 CBSE examinations, according to the results released. Similarly, in Class 10, these schools achieved a pass percentage of 94.2%, showing a significant improvement of 8.36 percentage points over the previous year and surpassing the national average of 86.7%.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal extended his congratulations to the students and the education department staff for this outstanding performance.

This year, 151,429 students from government schools appeared for the Class 12 board exams, with 146,885 students clearing the exam. The pass percentage of 96.99% is notably higher than last year’s 91.59% and exceeds the pass percentage of 94.18% recorded by private schools in the capital.

Furthermore, 307 government schools in Delhi achieved a 100% pass result in the Class 12 exams, more than doubling the previous year’s figure of 118 schools. Additionally, 863 schools recorded more than a 90% pass rate, an increase from 647 schools last year.

Education Minister Atishi applauded the efforts of students, teachers, and parents for this remarkable achievement, emphasizing that Delhi’s education model sets an example for the nation.

While the pass percentage for Class 10 in government schools improved to 94.2%, up from 85.84% last year, it was slightly lower than the 95.68% pass percentage recorded by private schools in the capital.

Atishi encouraged students who did not clear the main exam not to lose hope and urged them to strive for improvement.

However, Delhi BJP president Virendra Sachdeva dismissed the AAP’s claims of improved performance, citing alleged failures of underperforming students in Class 11.

Overall, the results reflect the continued commitment of the Delhi government to provide quality education and maintain the trust of parents in government schools under the leadership of CM Arvind Kejriwal.


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