By Our Staff Reporter
DEHRADUN, 8 Sep: The State School Education Minister, Dr Dhan Singh Rawat, today released the results of the Uttarakhand School Education Council’s Result Improvement Examination-2023 at the Directorate of School Education, here. He stated that, for the first time in the state, the Board of School Education has organised the result improvement test. A total of 13,587 candidates applied for the high school examination, in which 11,956 failed and 1631 passed candidates appeared. Similarly, in Intermediate, a total of 10,119 candidates applied for examination correction, in which 9346 failed and 773 passed candidates appeared.
Dr Rawat said that, under the result improvement examination, 11,517 candidates took the examination in high school and 8780 candidates passed. In Intermediate, 8996 candidates took the exam and 6923 candidates passed. He said that after the result improvement examination, the result of high school has improved by 6.87 percent and that of intermediate has increased by 5.60 percent. In this way, the high school result for the year 2023 has increased from 85.17 to 92.04 percent while the intermediate result has increased from 80.98 to 86.57 percent.
The Education Minister said that many students were unable to pass the main examination of the School Education Council by very few marks. For the first time, the government gave them a chance to improve the result. After giving the result improvement exam, many students performed better and got good marks. Congratulating the students and their parents, he said that the hard work of the students has paid off and they have saved their precious time of one year by taking advantage of this opportunity.
The minister also appreciated the officials of the departmental and school education council for successfully organising the result improvement exam within the stipulated time.
Present on this occasion were the Director of School Education and Chairperson of the Board, Seema Jaunsari, Additional Director of Secondary Education, Mahavir Singh Bisht, Secretary of School Education Council Vinod Prasad Simalti and other departmental officers.