CBSE announced class X results yesterday with an average pass percentage of 91.1%. But it seems that the Army Goodwill schools in J&K have outperformed all other schools in the country.
According to a report by The Quint, Army Goodwill schools run by the Indian Army secured a 100% pass percentage in CBSE class X exams.
The Northern Command of the Indian Army is presently running 43 Army Goodwill schools in J&K, providing education to nearly 15,000 students.
These schools play a crucial role in providing quality education to population affected by terrorism in J&K.
Government-run Kendriya Vidyalayas and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas also recorded a pass percentage of 99.47 and 98.57, respectively.