Annual results of the eighth grade were declared by the Jammu Directorate of School Education. 96.05 per cent of the children have come from the districts under the Summer Zone. In the district, 19454 students had enrolled in class VIII, of whom 19397 had passed the examination, out of which 18630 children have achieved success.
The result of girls was better than boys in the results declared on Friday. Of these 8746 girls and 10651 boys took the exam. Of which 10163 boys and 8467 girls have passed. This year, 95.42 percent of the boys passed, 96.81 percent of the girls got the chance. The list of first ten positions was released by Diet Jammu, in which 747 students have managed to register their names.
Government school backward
While private schools are dominated by the merit list, only 17 students from government schools have confirmed their place in the top ten.
In the aftermath of the eighth grade in Jammu and Kashmir, girls of rural areas have achieved astonishing success. Parents are also very happy and very proud of their success. In addition to achieving success, these students have determined their goal, they are giving credit to their success to parents and to the teachers.
In the outcome of the eighth grade, Arju, a student of Government Girls' School Satara, has achieved fourth position. He is giving credit to his success to the family members. Their goal is to achieve higher education and to remain top in it.
On the other hand, the students of Government High School, Digigna, got third position. She wants to become a doctor and wants to serve her in the field of social service. Government High School Majua, student of Bishnah, Nilakshi Devi has got eighth position in this examination. He has become a doctor and has dreamed of serving the poor, whereas Manasi Sharma of the same school has achieved fifth position.
Mansi says he will play an important role in the service of the country by becoming an IAS. 37, daughter of Ajay Gupta, a resident of Mast Garh, Jammu, is a student of St. Peter's High School. He has achieved eighth position in this examination. Savat Gupta's dream is to become a doctor. He credits his success to the parents. Savat said that he has not contributed to any tuition, but his mother has contributed to the success he has achieved. The mother taught her at home.