DPS Srinagar secures 100% result

DPS Srinagar secures 100% result
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Srinagar: The Delhi Public School (DPS) Athwajan here has secured 100 percent results in the 12th class examination whose result was declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday.

This year, the CBSE did not conduct the routine exam of the students due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the students were evaluated through a complex process wherein 30 percent weightage was given to the marks obtained in class 11th and 30 percent weightage to class 10th marks. The rest of the 40 percent weightage marks were awarded to the students on the basis of their internal assessment in class 12th.

Chairman DPS Srinagar Vijay Dhar said the students have made the institution proud by scoring high marks amid this pandemic. “Students have really made us proud. The credit goes to them for their hard work. There was a complete disturbance because of the pandemic and they managed to score high marks by taking help of online classes. No formal classes of the students were taken,” Dhar told Greater Kashmir.

He congratulated all the students of the schools who qualified the 12th class exams.

Dhar said around 274 students appeared in the class 12th exams out of which 222 students scored 80 percent to 100 percent marks in the exams.

As per the figures given by the school, Ahmed Hadi Nadvi has topped the school by scoring 99 percent marks in the exam while Rubab Ali Punjabi secured the second position with 98.80 percent marks and Aisha Fatima secured the third position with 98.60 percent marks.

“I convey my blessings and wish the children a very bright future. They have made the J&K and the region proud by their efforts. As an institution, we are delighted by the performance of our students. I fall short of words to convey our accolades,” Vijay Dhar said. “Our pride knows no bounds while our joy is beyond limits. Our congratulations to the students are most effusive,” he said.

Vice Principal of the school, Shafaq Afshan has also congratulated the students on their stellar performance.

While complementing the students, the Vice Principal said the children came out with flying colours despite the lockdown and crisis precipitated by COVID-19.

“It is in no less measure to the efforts of the teachers who worked tirelessly to overcome hindrances and ensured that the students reciprocate their efforts to make them forge ahead of adversity,” she said. Meanwhile the result for around 65,000 students is still awaited and will be declared by August 5, an official said.

“The result of our school is also pending. Reportedly there was some technical problem due to which the result of some students is awaited,” said a school functionary of DPS Budgam.

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