State schools in Delhi make history, with 98% of students passing board exams: Kejriwal

Delhi’s chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, said Tuesday that state schools in the state capital made history with 98 percent of the students who passed those schools in this year’s board exams.

“This would be the first time that the results of state schools in a state have been so impressive,” said Kejriwal.

There was a time when government schools were looked down on, but these results have shown that intelligence isn’t limited to those who have money, he added.

CBSE announced Class XII board results on Monday.

The CBSE Class XII Board Examinations should take place from February 15th to March 30th 2020.

Due to the proliferation of Covid-19, CBSE has canceled the exams scheduled for March 19 through March 30, 2020 in 12 subjects and the exams in 11 subjects for students from Northeastern Delhi.

These exams should take place from July 1-15. Given the uncertainties as well as the unprecedented situation and taking into account the health and well-being of the students, the Supreme Court ruled on June 25 to approve the CBSE’s assessment scheme to calculate the results.

CBSE Class X results will be announced on July 15.


CISCE: The Mumbai Supreme Court instructs the ICSE board to share the grading or grading method with the students who choose to take the exam. The High Court instructed the board to clarify the situation regarding the exam, and also asked to share the grading scheme with the students.

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