AMRITSAR, JULY 27
In a development that speaks volumes about the high standards of education imparted here, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has awarded certificates of merit to eight students of Spring Dale Senior School, who have given outstanding performances in the Class X Exams held in 2010.
The eight students, who have been conferred these certificates are now studying in Plus Two. These students have obtained A1 grade in all five subjects. The awardees include Jaskanwar Singh Gill, Kartik Aggarwal, Kunwar Pratap Singh, Shobhna Mittal, Amolak Singh Sandhu, Vibhav Gulati, Fatehpal Singh Batth and Hargun Kaur.
Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, termed this as an outcome of the high standards of academics maintained by the school and said that the CBSE has awarded the certificates of merit to these students on the basis of their stupendous performances in the class X exam. “This was the last mandatory board exam conducted by the CBSE in 2010 for class X before the implementation of CCE. It is creditable that these students have achieved such impressive scores,” he said.
He added that all of these eight students have obtained A1 grade in all the five subjects (excluding the additional sixth subject) in the All India Secondary School Examination 2010. “Our students had passed the examination as per the pass criteria of the CBSE. The school is proud of their achievements, which are indeed very noteworthy and encouraging,” he said.
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