Celebration time at Spring Dales as its students make their mark in CBSE Plus Two results
The annunciation of the Plus Two results by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday brought cheers to the management, staff and students of Spring Dale Senior School as the hard labour put in by all of them in preparing for these exams all through the year resulted in sweet success.
A celebratory aura pervaded the institution as the Plus Two graduates of the school assembled in its premises with boxes of sweets and chocolates, which they had specially purchased for their teachers, as soon as the results were announced. The staff and students also matched step with the beats of the traditional ‘dhol’ to celebrate the event.
Rheea Saggar, a student of Humanities stream, topped in the school by scoring 97.4% marks, while Kavya Gupta, a student of Commerce stream, scored 96.6% marks, Manjot Singh, of Non-Medical Stream scored 95.4% marks and Harshit Sunkaria, of Medical Stream secured 94.8% marks in the aggregate.
Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said that the school had 98 A-ones in English, 81 in Physical Education, 69 in Economics, 41 in Business Studies, 30 each in Chemistry and Mathematics, and Accounts, 29 in physics, and 11 in Biology, besides A1s and A2s in other subjects as well.
“Apart from this, we have nine students, who have scored 100/100 marks in Economics, Business Studies and Commercial Arts,” he said. Mr Sharma attributed the students’ success in the Class XII Board exams to the hard work put in by the students and the teachers, besides the innovative teaching practices being followed in the school as well as the measures taken by the CBSE to relieve students of exam time stress.
Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, President, Spring Dale Educational Society, congratulated the students on this occasion. “The school is committed to sustaining its tradition of excellence in all fields by upgrading its infrastructure regularly besides equipping the faculty with the latest developments in pedagogy through training programmes,” they said.
Spring Dale Senior School