PSAJK congratulates students for clearing CBSE exam with flying colours

‘Despite lockdown, Kashmiri students continue to excel, give us hope’

Also hails students for garnering scholarships, admissions in various international universities
Srinagar, July 18 (KNS): Private Schools Association of Jammu and Kashmir (PSAJK) has extended its congratulations to the CBSE students of Kashmir who recently cleared their higher secondary examinations despite being in a lockdown for almost a year.
The Association said that the brilliant performance of students from Kashmir can be singularly attributed to their hard work and determination. “These students have been in a lockdown for almost a year but still they never let the situation affect their studies. They tried to make most out of it and used various means to compensate their academic loss,” said G N Var president PSAJK. “Be it private tuitions, limited online classes, help from teachers and seniors, they utilised every resource to be ready to compete in the examination.”
In a statement to KNS the, Association congratulated all the students of CBSE affiliated schools and hoped that their performance will encourage and inspire future students. “At a time when there is dearth of any positive news, the success of these students provide a beacon of hope for our education sector. Be it DPS which has recorded 100 percent pass percentage or other schools which follow CBSE syllabus, we extend our heartfelt congratulation to all students from them,” said Var. “We hope that they continue to excel in the field of their choosing and bring laurels to their families and Kashmir.”
The Association also congratulated various students who have garnered admissions in various top-notch universities all around the world. “Our students have been selected and some have received 100 percent scholarship in some of the top universities of the world. Not only science, but the students have also been selected in law, International relations, human rights etc which is testimony to the fact that Kashmir is the hub of talent and given a small help they can do wonders,” said Var. “We pray that the students achieve newer heights of success in their respective fields.” (KNS)


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