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Arpana’s Health & Educational Activities in Slum Resettlement Colonies of Molar Bund, New Delhi
2014 May NEWS:
Results of Molar Bund Students in 10th Class Board Exams
(These standardized exams are held for all students in CBSE recognized schools at the end of the 10th class and are a permanent record of their high school results.)
Arpana students in slum resettlement colonies in Molar Bund have accomplished outstanding results in the CBSE 10th Board Examinations of March/April 2014.
100% of the 42 students from Arpana Centre passed their 10th Board Exams. 39 of them (92.8%) obtained first division marks, i.e. above 60%.
C.B.S.E 12th board students score with flying colours.
34 (16 boys and 18 girls) students appeared for the 12th Board Examination this year and each one passed successfully. 85.3% (29 students) of the students have got above 50% in aggregate, 67.6% (23 students) have scored first division marks and 44.2 % (15 students) have scored above 70%.
In commerce section one of our boy students, Pawan, has topped by scoring 86.2%, obtaining 95 marks in both English and Business studies. Next is Golu with 76%, third position has been shared by Yogesh and Yogender Yadav with 75.4%.
In Humanities section one of our girl students, Sonam, stood first with 81%, obtaining 94 marks in Political Science and 90 in History. The second position has been grabbed by Kiran with 77.4% and third position has been awarded to Neha with 75.6%.
The statistics follow below:
N.B- Above 60% also includes children who scored above 70% and 80%.
Vocational training was given to 147 students in tailoring, crafts and computers applications including:
25 trainees attended the beauty culture classes which included complicated hair styles, straightening hair, face packs, threading, facials and many more procedures.
The students after completing the tailoring classes course are earning between Rs. 3,000 to Rs.4,000 per month.
The students of Arpana Trust Educational Centre, directed by Mrs. Sushma Seth, staged the drama, ‘Tasher Desh,’ written by Shri Rabindra Nath Tagore, at three prestigious venues.