'Srinagar Army School breaks CBSE record'
Srinagar, June 1: The Army Public School, Srinagar has broken all previous records this year by achieving Academic Performance Index (API) of 200 for Class XII in the recently declared Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, a school handout said.
According to the Principal of the school Sandeep K Maratha, the school has stood first in Northern Zone this year which is also a record.
"The XII Class students of the school Tabina Javid has scored 90 percent marks in Science stream and Nahida Akhtar of the same class 82 percent in Commerce stream while Khurshid Ajaz and Falaz Mahajan of Class X have stood first securing 10 point CGPA and nine students of the same class have earned A1 Grade," a school handout said.
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