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Government schools register pass percentage of 98%, setting a third consecutive record in Delhi

The Delhi students were showered a pass percentage of 94.39% which has a seen a 2.5% increase from previous year. The government school students played a crucial role in this regard.

The Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal congratulated the students in his tweet. He said, “Congratulations to my Team Education, all students, teachers, parents and education officers. Proud of you all.”

The Delhi government schools have scored more than 90% pass percentage marking their first record in 2018. From then, there has been a constant increase to 94.29% in last year and increased to 97.68% in East Delhi and 97.91% in Delhi West.

The Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also lauded the results in his tweet. He tweeted that “Over the past 5 years, we at #DelhiGovtSchools have been competing with ourselves to break our own record each time. This year is no exception… Congrats to students, parents & Team Education.”

The many students from government schools applied to the examinations compared to the private schools. The students from the government schools were around 1,13,013 while the students from the private schools totalled to 1,01,614.

The increase in the pass percentage is also due to the covid-19 pandemic. A few exams were cancelled due to the rise in the pandemic. As the marks were given based on a special scheme, the pass percentage has witnessed a hike from the previous year.

Many students lauded this approach of evaluation as this enabled them to score higher. Few students have been awarded the maximum mark of 100 as it was the top average in the three subjects. The formula adopted by the board seemed to work out well as the students are happy with their marks.

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