SRINAGAR Jammu and Kashmir Joint Coordination Committee of Private Schools (JKJCCPS) Monday said that the 10-th results of this year were better than that of 2017.
In a statement the JKJCCPS while congratulating the students for their performances in the class 10-th examination said that despite difficult times, the students have shown better results this year compared to last year.
President of JKJCCPS, Showkat M Chowdhary, complimented the students especially from rural areas who, he said, have seen worst of the times in the past few years and despite that they have performed better and done excellently well in the exams.
Chowdhary said pass percentage of 75.44 per cent compared to 62.94 per cent last year is a sign of encouragement and speaks of the efforts put in by the private schools to improve the standard of the education they provide to their students. He also hailed the efforts of the teachers for their hard work which has ensured improved pass percentage of the students.
The school association also asked the state government to ensure safety of the children and youth so that they can excel in their life.
It is unfortunate that students who passed the exams have already fallen to the bullets. We feel the pain of their family and only a long lasting resolution can save the children from the death and destruction, he said.
Chowdhary said JKJCCPS would ensure better results next season by way of student and teacher exchange programmes. He said JKJCCPS would invite teachers from top notch schools of India to train our teachers and students here.
This will also help us remain updated with the latest teaching and learning methods adopted by the renowned schools of the country which will benefit our students and give us better results, he said.
JKJCCPS also urged the students who did not pass exams to work hard and excel in the education.
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