Vidya Bharati schools continue to excel in Odisha

published on May 28, 2013
HUNDRED PERCENT RESULT IN 128 SCHOOLS

Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir schools run by the Shikhya Bikas Samiti, affiliated to the Vidya Bharati, continues to perform exceptionally well in secondary examinations in Odisha. This year 11,432 students from 897 Shishu Mandir schools appeared in the Board Examinations 2013 and recorded the pass percentage of 98.52, which is much higher than the overall pass percentage of the State. This year the overall pass percentage of the State has been 73.11 per cent.

A total of 128 Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir schools recorded cent per cent result. The percentage of students getting first class is 76.60 per cent. The percentage of students getting second class is 16.65 per cent. The Shikhya Bikas Samiti organised a programme ‘Medhabi Abhinandan 2013’ at Bhanja Kala Madap in Bhubaneswar to felicitate 70 students, who have secured more than 94 per cent marks.  Addressing the function the chief speaker Dr Govind Prasad Sharma, national president of Vidya Bharati said the schools run by the Vidya Bharati are doing exceptionally well, not only in Odisha but also throughout the country. Shri Ajit Tripathy, Election Commissioner of Odisha, was the chief guest on the occasion.

Shikhya Bikas Samiti State secretary Dr Saroj Kumar Hati said the holistic and value based curriculum, an edifying atmosphere, strong teacher-student relationship and strict monitoring system are the main reasons for the success of the Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir schools. Dr Prafulla Mahapatra, eminent educationist, also spoke on the occasion. Shikhya Bikas Samiti president Dr Banchhanidhi Panda presided over the function. Zonal organising secretary Shri Govind Chandra Mohanata was also present. A souvenir Krutitva Vartika was released on the occasion.

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