Five government schools in the national capital Delhi have been ranked in the top 10 state-run schools in the country. Including the first two places. At the same time, Army Public School is ahead among the centrally run schools. Read below to know the whole list.
In the latest ranking of government-run schools of different states of the country, there are 5 government schools in Delhi. These schools have been ranked 1st, 2nd, 9th (2 schools) and 10th in the top 10 state run schools category in the country. Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya (RPVV) Sector 10 Dwarka under Directorate of Education, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi is ranked first with 1048 marks, while RPVV Yamuna Vihar is at second position with 1045 marks. At the same time, there are three schools with 995 marks in 9th place, RPVV of Sector 1 Rohini and Sector 5 Dwarka in Delhi and Model School in TT Nagar Bhopal. Apart from this, the 10th place is RPVV located in Surajmal Vihar, Delhi, with a score of 992.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia congratulated all the employees and teachers of the Education Department by tweeting on the first 2 places in the category of schools run by the governments of different states, as well as a total of 5 schools in the top 10.
Proud of my Team EducationOnce again,Delhi Govt Schools top the Education World School Rankings, with the best st… https://t.co/fFBUWjyroz
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 1665544125000
School Ranking 2022: Army Public School tops
On the other hand, Army Public School, on the first place in the category of centrally run schools, has two branches, which are located at Southern Command Pune and Delhi Cantt. The score of these two schools is 1127. In second place with 1126 score is Army Public School located in Dhaula Kuan, Delhi. At the same time, the third place is Navy Children’s School located in Colaba, Mumbai, which has a score of 1124.
Let us inform that this ranking has been prepared jointly by Education World India and Seafor, Delhi. The rankings are based on feedback from 11,458 people, including educationists, principals, teachers, parents and senior school students. The survey was conducted from June to September 2022.
Source: Times of India