Delhi CM Kejriwal lauds performance of state govt-run schools in CBSE board exam results

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday lauded the state government-run schools for outshining their previous year CBSE class 12th results and securing a pass percentage of 96.99 per cent this year as compared to 91.59 per cent recorded last year.
Taking to X, the chief minister, who is out on an interim bail till June 1 to campaign for the Lok Sabha elections, congratulated the students, teachers and their parents for the “spectacular” performance.
“Delhi government schools have got a fantastic result of 96.99%, in the Class 12 CBSE exam! Not only does this surpass our own performance of last year, but it surpasses the CBSE national average as well…Congratulations to all students, teachers, parents and the entire Education Dept for this spectacular performance,” he wrote.
The chief minister also shared data on the Delhi government’s previous year performance stating that in 2022-23, the state government-run schools recorded a pass percentage of 91.59 per cent.
He added that the performance of the Delhi government schools in the CBSE class 12 results for 2023-24 surpasses the national average of 87.98 per cent.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday announced the board exam results for classes 10 and 12.
The girls continued to outshine the boys in the CBSE board exams for classes 10 and 12 while the pass percentage and the number of students scoring above 90 and 95 per cent witnessed marginal increase from last year.

(With inputs from agencies)

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