Class 8 results declared by the education department in Jammu and Kashmir on April 10 revealed the excellent performance of government school children.
According to the education department, over 96.6 per cent students achieved success, with three students from Gangu area of Pulwama district securing first, second and ninth positions at the district level in Class VIII examination.
All these students are studying in Government Boys High School Gangu. To celebrate his achievements, a special function was organized at the school, which was also attended by his parents. The teachers appreciated the hard work of the students and parents and honored them with prizes.
Speaking to reporters, Muhammad Hussain Malik, who got the first position at the district level, attributed his success to the cooperation of teachers and parents and highlighted the teachers’ positive behavior towards them.
Tauheed Yaseen, who secured the second position, expressed his happiness and gratitude towards his parents and school teachers, and emphasized on improving the quality of education in government schools, dedicated efforts of the staff and cooperation from the government in providing education facilities. with support.
Sakina Hasan, who secured the ninth position, also made the school and parents proud with her achievements.
School teacher Muhammad Hussain gave credit for the excellent performance of the students in the Class VIII examination to the collective hard work of all the teachers. He further emphasized that the quality of education is better in government schools and encouraged people to enroll their children in government schools.
The Jammu and Kashmir State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) on Monday declared the Class VIII results for both the regions of Jammu and Kashmir.
The success ratio of male and female students in the examination was more than 96.6%.
The results were declared as per the new National Education Policy 2020, in which annual examinations for all classes were conducted simultaneously for the first time in the entire Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
In March 2023, the State Council of Educational Research and Training conducted the 8th class annual examination T2, in which a total of 175,547 students appeared. Out of them, 169,564 students passed the annual examination, which reflects the academic achievements of the students in the region.