STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: Humanity Public School (HPS), Bassi Kalan, Samba once again emerged as the leader in school education by achieving 100 per cent pass percentage in class 10, the result of which was declared recently by Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE). The management, principal, staff and students of HPS celebrated the resounding success of class X students in the school campus with great joy and fervour. Sweets were exchanged and dances on the tunes of Dhol were performed which added charm to celebrate the grand success of the students. Principal, Gaurav Charak said that it was befitting reward to the sincerity of the HPS administration, teachers and students that three toppers namely Vikas Bhagat with 96.2 per cent, Jaidev Singh with 92.2 per cent and Anurag Gupta with 92 per cent marks secured A1 grades. A total of 18 students of the school also scored between 80 to 90 per cent, 23 students scored between 70 to 80 per cent and rest of the students secured more than 60 per cent marks. Besides this, 72 subject wise positions were also fetched by the students. “It is the proud moment for entire HPS family and we are committed to the holistic development of our future leaders,” the principal said. The jubilant students and parents extended congratulations to the teachers and management of the school for making quality education a reality.
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