AJMER: Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas again came out with flying colors in Class XII CBSE examinations at Ajmer area using a pass percentage of 99. 14. Personal schools again neglected to perform using a pass percentage of 33. 18.
The CBSE published the execution graph of unique schools in class XII examination where separate and government schools performed better than private colleges in Ajmer area.
Last calendar year, JNV’s success rate was 97. 39 percent, but this season it moved farther up to 99. 14 percent. The end result of KVS (Kendriya Vidhalaya Sangathan) remained lower compared to previous year. In 2019, KVS handled a pass percentage of 97. 44 percent, but this time it had been 96. 99.
The operation of government schools improved this season to 91. 77 percent from 80. 60 percent this past year. Independent schools listed a pass percentage of 87. 05 in comparision to last year’s 84. 36.
The consequence of private colleges deteriorated futher into 33. 18 percent from last year 34. 13 percent.
Overall, 153 particular students appeared from the course XII test from Ajmer area from that 133 passed. You will find 18 blind pupils, pneumonia (5), unique learning disability (77 ), deaf (5 ) ), hearing loss (1), cerebral palsy (9) and 84 that had been cured of leprosy.