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    The Delhi Board of School Education (DBSE) announced the results for the Class 10 and 12 exams. Out of 1,594 students in Class 10, 1,582 appeared in both term-end assessments, and eight of them did not pass with a grade point of at least 3. Those who did not pass will have another chance to improve their grades through a supplementary assessment after a month. For Class 12, a total of 672 students registered and 667 appeared in both assessments. Five students did not achieve the qualifying grade point 3 and will also have another opportunity to improve their grades through a supplementary assessment.

    The DBSE was established in 2021, along with 20 schools of specialised excellence across four domains: STEM, Humanities, Performing and Visual Arts, and High End 21st Century Skills. These schools were created to encourage specialised education in secondary and senior secondary classes. Students were enrolled in Class 9 across all domains and Class 11 in STEM domain in the DBSE-affiliated schools through an aptitude test. The DBSE Secondary Certificate Assessment (SCA) was conducted in two terms, and the second term-end assessments were held between March 10 and March 29 this year. The DBSE Senior Secondary Certificate Assessment (SSCA) was also conducted in two terms, and the second term-end assessments were conducted between March 10 and March 27.

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    Atishi, the Education Minister who announced the results, said that this is a landmark moment for education in Delhi. She emphasized that the government has been working on improving education for the last eight years and that 25% of Delhi’s budget is allocated to education every year. Due to this budget, the quality of textbooks and uniforms has seen a huge change, and many students have moved from private schools to government schools in the last three years.

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