Why is the performance of government schools improving instead of private schools in board exams? Know 4 reasons

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Government School Shining Board Exam: The recent CBSE board results have brought government and government-aided schools into the spotlight. CBSE data shows that Delhi government, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) schools have performed well in both class 10 and 12 boards as compared to last year. According to experts, this result has not come suddenly. Rather, it has happened due to many years of exposure and good education.

Exams like pre-boards are proving to be excellent
According to experts, children from government schools have performed well in board exams because importance is given to the process of pre-boards, teaching-learning etc. Educationists believe that the success of government schools is not surprising as they are making extra efforts to aid their students.

All children are given attention
In government schools, attention is given to all the talented students, be they more or less. Schools also hold extra classes after school for weaker students. Due to which there is no need for additional classes.

good teacher too

Speaking to the media, Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Examinations, CBSE, says, “Good teachers are recruited in KVS and JNVs through a rigorous selection process. Additionally, apart from the programs already provided by CBSE, many skill based courses are also offered by them. Moreover, unlike private schools, government schools do not set their own question papers but rather set question papers at the central level in collaboration with CBSE.

Education according to New Education Policy 2020
Additionally the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) supports government schools at the state level, which contributes to their overall development. CBSE has taken several initiatives to improve the educational standards by organizing promotion activities across the country. Apart from implementing the recommendations of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, which has led to better learning outcomes.

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