CBSE 10th Exam Results: Indian Army School Students in J&K Sets a Record By Securing 100% Pass Percentage

The Central Board of Secondary Education [CBSE] recently declared the class 10 results across the country. The candidates who have written the exams have finally checked their result. Among lakhs of students, thousands of them topped the exams and secured good pass percentage. In Jammu and Kashmir, we find a school namely Goodwill Schools wherein the students secured 100 percent pass percentage in the Class 10 CBSE examinations.

In the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian Army runs a total of 43 Goodwill schools and the branches. They have established these schools with an intention to make every child in the far-flung areas literate. Out of 43 schools, 3 of them have CBSE affiliation. In the recent CBSE 10th class exams, Hittam Ayoub from the district of Rajouri secured 94.2 percent in the exams.

As per the latest news, one of the news channels posted it on the official Twitter page and wrote, 'Army: Army Goodwill Schools in Jammu and Kashmir have scored 100% pass result in CBSE Class 10 exams. Indian Army runs 43 Goodwill schools in Jammu & Kashmir of which 3 are affiliated to CBSE. Hittam Ayoub from Rajouri has topped scoring 94.2%.'

On Monday, the board declared the CBSE 10th results at 2 PM on the official web portal i.e., at cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. The board organized the examinations for lakhs of candidates across 4974 exam centers all over the country. It has even conducted the exams for the students in abroad for the students from more than 19298 schools.

The Northern Command is running a total of 43 Army Goodwill Schools across the country and abroad as well. Originally, they have started this organization with 4 primary schools and expanded its educational services to different locations across the state. They have commenced this service under Project Sadbhavana.

It offers education to more than 15000 candidates and provides employment for more than 1000 people in the fields of both teaching and non-teaching personnel. Besides offering top-notch education, these schools offer digital classrooms, sports events, library, sophisticated labs and more.

by Mamatha Reddy | Wed, May 08 - 11:16 AM

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