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CBSE Board exams toppers, teachers to be felicitated on Feb 10

Besides 13 students who topped the CBSE board exams for 2014-15, 102 principals of government schools and five heads of government-aided schools will also be felicitated

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The Delhi government will felicitate toppers in each streams in last year’s CBSE board examinations from the city schools and the heads of those institutions which have achieved 100 per cent results.

“Thirteen students who were toppers of Arts, Science, Vocational and Commerce streams in CBSE board exams for 2014-15 session, will be felicitated,” the Delhi government’s Directorate of Education (DoE) said in a notification.

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They will be felicitated on February 10 at a function to be held at Tyagaraj stadium here.

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“Among those who will be felicitated for achievement of 100 per cent result by the schools include 102 principals of government schools and five heads of government-aided schools,” it said.

Besides, principals of five private schools — Sardar Patel Vidyalya, Mothers International School, Sanskriti School, Blue Bells International School and Birla Vidya Niketan — will also be felicitated.

There are over 3,000 government, government-aided and private schools in the city.

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First published on: 09-02-2016 at 01:33:49 pm
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