Delhi Govt Schools’ Pass Rates Beat National Average


Delhi authorities colleges secured a go fee of 96.01% in Class 12 this 12 months, a decline of three.89% from final 12 months, however larger than the general go fee of the nation which stands at 92.71%, based on knowledge from Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE).

Final 12 months, the go fee of presidency colleges in Delhi was 99.96% in Class 12. In the course of the pre-pandemic tutorial 12 months 2019-20, the go fee of Delhi authorities colleges was 94.24% in Class 12.

Delhi authorities, nonetheless, mentioned that its colleges recorded a go fee of 96.29% in Class 12 this 12 months.

Based on CBSE knowledge, the go fee of Delhi authorities colleges in Class 10 is 81.36%. Nevertheless, the Delhi authorities mentioned that its colleges had recorded a go fee of 81.27% in Class 10 this 12 months. Final 12 months, the go fee for Class 10 was 99.04% and through the pre-pandemic tutorial 12 months 2019-20, the go fee of Delhi authorities colleges was 71.6% in Class 10.

Appreciating the scholars for his or her efficiency, Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia mentioned, “It’s price mentioning right here that the Covid-19-induced college closure up to now two years had a critical affect on the research and emotional well-being of youngsters. However regardless of this, when the colleges have been reopened regularly earlier this 12 months, college students and lecturers labored laborious and gave their finest.”

Based on Delhi authorities knowledge, this 12 months, 160 authorities colleges recorded a 100% go fee and 876 colleges recorded a go fee of over 90% in Class 12. In the meantime, 95 colleges recorded a 100% go fee and 398 colleges a go fee of over 90% in Class 10.

Officers of the federal government mentioned that Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalayas (RPVVs) run by the directorate of schooling had recorded a go fee of 99.8% and Colleges of Excellence (SoEs)had recorded a go fee of 99.69% in Class 12. RPVVs recorded a go fee of 99.72% and SoEs recorded a go fee of 100% for Class 10.

Awadhesh Kumar Jha, principal of Sarvodaya Co-ed Vidyalaya, Sector 8, Rohini, mentioned that one of many causes the go fee declined this 12 months was that college students have been reeling underneath the affect of pandemic-triggered studying loss through the examinations. “College students appeared for the Time period 1 examination only some months after colleges reopened. They weren’t very ready,” Jha mentioned.

He added that college students carried out nicely regardless of the challenges that they had confronted through the pandemic. “We should not neglect that the pandemic lasted for a for much longer length in Delhi. We’re assured that college students will proceed to enhance with time,” Jha added.

In the meantime, based on CBSE officers, personal colleges in Delhi secured a go fee of 97.65% in Class 12 and . government-aided colleges secured a go fee of 94.47%. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya and Kendriya Vidyalaya secured a go fee of 99.32% and 99.48 respectively. Non-public colleges in Delhi secured a go fee of 95.99% in Class 10 this 12 months.

Bharat Arora, president of the Motion Committee of Non-public Unaided Colleges, a consortium of personal colleges, mentioned that college students had carried out nicely in each Class 10 and 12 exams. “We applaud the laborious work and efforts of all personal colleges. They have been in a position to do nicely regardless of the affect of the pandemic. Non-public colleges will proceed to enhance the general schooling normal within the nation,” Arora mentioned.



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