Kendriya Vidyalayas do it once again in Delhi
Time and again, the Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) and various government schools have stamped their supremacy over public schools in board results. This year is no exception.education Updated: May 24, 2006 12:17 IST
Time and again, the Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) and various government schools have stamped their supremacy over public schools in board results. This year is no exception.
Delhi region’s KVs have stood second in the country with a pass percentage of 93.59 per cent. Compared to the boys who have performed quite well, girls have been exceptional. If these schools stand way above the others, credit is also due to their teachers and principals.
“The hardwork my teachers put in is praiseworthy. We receive students from all strata of society and to raise their level is a difficult task,” said AK Gautam, Principal, KV, Sector VIII RK Puram.
“Not just excellent board results, the KVs have beaten other schools when it comes to consistency of good quality education.” “To get the maximum out of them, our central aim is more student-teacher interaction,” said Dr Saroj Chamboli, Principal, Rajkiya Prathibha Vikas Vidyalya (RPVV), Surajmal Vihar.