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AAPSU terms dismal CBSE results in State a collective failure

ITANAGAR, MAY 15:

The All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) has termed the recent dismal CBSE results in the State as a collective failure and self-defeating for the younger generation in the long run .

The performance of the state government run schools in the State has not been encouraging this year as well. The pass percentage of the State in the CBSE Class 12 results was a dismal 41.79 percentage, a slip of three points compared to last year s record of 44.33 percent. The overall pass percentage at the national level was 83.4 percent. Meanwhile, the pass percentage of Class 10 increased to 41.13 percent from 21.16 percent last year an increase of 19.97 percent.

The Union in its statement on Wednesday opined that there is urgent need to make the policy of the education system stronger and smarter for the younger generation. There are greater demands of the educational needs which the government need to fulfill for creating conducive environment for students in terms of infrastructure, technology and manpower, it said.

Stating that there is greater responsibility of the students in particular and collective effort on the part of teachers and parents, AAPSU said that the students with the better opportunity, infrastructure, manpower of the schools in Capital Complex and district headquarters, has brought results not up to the mark which reflects negligence on the part of the students and parents as well.

The Union called for introspection on the results and students to exploits the opportunities to the maximum instead of blaming the lacunae. It also demanded the government to take drastic step and focus on education upliftment in State in the coming academic session.

 

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