As many as 19 of 20 commerce students at the Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS), Morni, failed in the Class 12 exam, the results for which were announced on Wednesday by the Board of School Education Haryana, in which only 59% students sailed through in the district.
At GSSS Rampur Thadeon, Raipur Rani, all five commerce students and 23 of 24 arts students failed.
At GSSS Ramgarh, two students appeared in the science stream and both failed giving zero per cent result. There are 37 senior secondary schools in the district.
Speaking to HT, district education officer Dr HS Saini said, “I will analyse the results in detail. A remedial action will be taken and teachers will be issued notices for poor performance. These poor results will also impact their annual confidential reports. Nothing can be done in case there are vacant teaching posts.”
In the Raipur Rani block
More than 50% students couldn’t pass in arts stream at Government Senior Secondary Schools at Rampur Thadeon, Toda, Bhood and Rehna and in commerce stream at Rampur Thadeon, Toda and Raipur Rani.
“Poor result at Rampur Thadeon schools is due to teachers’ politics. Rehna and Bhood were upgraded in 2013, but there is no teacher for Classes 9 to 12,” said block education officer, Raipur Rani, Renu Sangwan.
In the Morni block
More than 50 % arts students couldn’t pass at GSSSs of Thandog, Koti and Baladwala in arts stream and at GSSS Morni in commerce stream. “In Baladwala, there is a vacancy of two lecturers, while at Thandog, there is shortage of seven lecturers. There is just one principal managing both Thandog and Morni schools,” said block education officer, Morni, MS Sindhu.
In the Barwala block
More than 50% students couldn’t clear the exam at GSSSs at Ramgarh and Kot in the science stream and GSSS Ramgarh in the commerce stream. “At Ramgarh, there was no chemistry teacher. We will issue notices to teachers who delivered poor results,” said block education officer, Barwala, Sunita Nain.
In the Pinjore block
GSSS Sector 7 has below 50% pass percentage in science, commerce and arts streams, while GSSS Mallah has majority of students failing in the arts stream.