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Wednesday, May 19, 2010 10:38:22 PM, Special Correspondent
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Aligarh: The result of Secondary School Certificate (Class X) Annual Examination-2010 of the Aligarh Muslim University has been declared today. Amina Haroon of Girls High School secured First Position with 92% marks. This year AMU run schools have shown a substantial improvement in the pass percentage compared with the last year’s.
While Amina Haroon of Girls High School has secured First Position, Zaki Anwar Naqvi and Umang Bhardwaj of S. T. High School secured Second and Third position with 91.80% and 90.80% marks respectively.
This year the University maintained schools have shown a substantial improvement in the pass percentage compared with the last year’s performance.
The S. T. High School has achieved 90.68% result compared with the last year’s 80%. Similarly the City High School students’ pass percentage has increased from 73.47% to 83.25%. Likewise City Girls High School’s pass percentage has increased from 41.1% to 58.21%. One can also notice a remarkable percentage improvement in Ahmadi School for Blind’s performance from 33.33% to 66.67%.
The students of Class X have also shown improvement in terms of great number of first classes. Compared with the previous year’s figures of 371 first classes this year a total of 502 students have secured first division.
The Vice Chancellor Prof. P. K. Abdul Azis has congratulated the teachers of University schools for displaying remarkable commitment and dedication that has resulted in substantial improvement in the pass percentage and in securing first class by the students. He has also greatly appreciated the students for working hard and for maintaining discipline. He urged the students and staff to help the University in maintaining peace and tranquility so that the University can scale greater academic heights.
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