CBSE Board Exam 2019: CBSE results 2019 has been phenomenal in many sense. The result has been declared in record time and the candidates have done well. The overall result of the schools and the students have improved substantially. Many schools have registered such a growth that is praiseworthy. Amid all the good results of the board exam, the students of Army Goodwill Schools in Jammu and Kashmir have done well.
The students of the school have got their school in a respectable position in terms of the result. The students of the school have scored a pass percentage of 100 in Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 exams. The same has been quoted by the Indian Army. That has made the school proud and it can be said that the valley has gone to the right track when it comes to education. We all know that the valley remains disturbed most of the time because of the cross border tensions. However, the students have registered a good result to their names.
The Indian Army has been running as many as 43 Goodwill schools in the valley of Jammu and Kashmir. Out of these 43, many schools are located in the far-flung areas. There are 3 schools that are affiliated to the CBSE. These schools have made the valley proud as the schools have shown that education can be imparted despite all the adversities. The students have been role model for those who have resource crunch and it shows that there is nothing that cannot be achieved.
The CBSE class 10th results were announced on the official website of the CBSE i.e. cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. After the declaration of the result, it came to notice that the schools have registered a handsome result in this year’s board exam. The Indian army started with just four primary schools in 1998 and now there are currently 43 Army Goodwill Schools being run by the Northern Command under Project Sadbhavana. The schools have not only provided quality education but it has given employment opportunities to many local residents in the valley.