Class VIII outcomes: Karmanpreet will get third rank in Punjab

Class VIII outcomes: Karmanpreet will get third rank in Punjab



Tribune Information Service

Amritsar, June 2

The Punjab Faculty Schooling Board (PSEB) on Thursday introduced the outcomes of Class VIII exams. The general cross proportion within the state this yr was 98.25 per cent. Regardless of a lot of college students showing for the PSEB Class VIII exams, Amritsar did not function in high three districts this yr and stood at seventh place, a step under Tarn Taran, which stood at sixth spot.

Out of the entire 29,418 college students from the district, who appeared for the PSEB Class VIII exams this yr, 29,038 handed. The general cross proportion of the district is 98.71 per cent. Pathankot emerged high with a cross proportion of 99.36 per cent.

Karmanpreet Kaur, a pupil of Ambar Public Faculty, Mehta Street, has secured the third rank within the state by scoring 596/600. Karmanpreet’s rating is the same as the second place holder within the state — Himani Sethi from Hoshiarpur. The rank distinction is as a result of age.

DEO (Secondary) Jugraj Singh and DEO (Elementary) Rajesh Sharma lauded the efficiency of the scholars regardless of the post-pandemic challenges within the schooling sector. They stated the final yr cancellation of board exams and declaration of the outcomes by way of cumulative evaluation, had derailed the conventional course of research and analysis. Over 3 lakh college students appeared within the PSEB Class VIII examination this yr.





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