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RURAL AREA OF HIMACHAL GET SKILLED TRAINING PROGRAMME AFTER INDEPENDANCE
Tribal Village gets education facility after 62 years of independence due to Vedantas intervention

Bhubaneswar: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday published results of standard XII.

As per the information available, DAV Public School of Chandrasekharpur has once again grabbed the credit of being place in highest rank in the state in securing maximum school average of 84.75 per cent marks. The school, which is functioning under the Allahabad zone has recorded this prestige for 10 consecutive times.

All the Science and Commerce students of the school have passed with first division. Similarly, all the students of DAV Public School of Pokhariput and students of Delhi Public School, Kalinga have shown their potential getting first division in the examinations.

DAV Public School of Unit VIII has secured School average marks of 83.36 per cent and in Commerce 76.64 per cent. Pokhariput DAV School has secured 82.64 per cent.
In DAV Public School, while Chandrasekharpur Ankit Sahoo and Parthasarathi Tripathy stood first in Science securing 96.6 per cent marks each, M Kashyap and P Dinesh have stood second and third in the first division ranking of School securing 478 and 477, respectively.

Similarly in Delhi Public School, while Vishakha Mavani topped with 91 per cent marks in Science, Devika Mohapatra has topped the Commerce stream with 92.8 per cent marks and Jassika Sharma has secured the highest marks in Humanities stream, scoring 87.2 per cent marks.

Debi Dutta Mishra of Pokhariput School has topped in the School securing 96 per cent and Soumya Silpika Rath and Tanaya Pani stood second and third securing 95.40 and 94.80 per cent of marks, respectively.

Similarly in Unit VIII DAV School, Ruchi Mishra, Ritesh Kumar Sahoo, Sanilam Basa have stood first, second and third securing 95.80, 95.60 and 95.20 per cent, respectively in Science stream. In Commerce stream, Akash Maheswari, Aishani Garg and Ayushi Banke have got first divisions securing highest marks of 94.20, 93.60 and 92.20 per cent, respectively.

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