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Its 100% pass, first class and distinction all the way

The wait is over and high school results are out. We are happy to share that our students continue to excel academically. And this is just a precursor of what is in store ahead. In the coming days, we hope to share similar numbers and achievements of our students.

From south India, 8 of our girl hostelers from the Swami Dayananda AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Girls, Belgaum, Karnataka cleared their board examinations. Three of them managed to score above 80%. They are, Rikynti ( 83.68%), Renuka ( 81.28%) and Ilajong ( 81.12%).

Our boy hostelers from the same region weren’t far behind. All three students from the Swami Dayananda AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Boys, Kalabhavi, Belgaum, Karnataka cleared their class Xth board examination. Basappa scored 74.8% while Shashikumar bagged 56% and Mahesh secured 80.8% in the public examination.

From north India, our first batch of class X students from the Swami Dayananda AIM for Seva 100th Chatralayam for Boys, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh scored a first class. Suraj kumar Gond got 68.8%
while Harinarayan Choudary came in a close second with 67.5%.

The board examinations of 2018 saw 91% of our hostelers clearing class Xth while for class XIIth, the figure was 80%. Moreover, our school going students continued to keep the academic flag flying high. Our class Xth school students from the Swami Dayananda Matric Higher Secondary School, Manjakkudi, Tamil Nadu, Swami Dayananda Rotary Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kadalur, Tamil Nadu, AIM for Seva Balika, Khategaon, Madhya Pradesh and Semmangudi Higher Secondary School, Sembangudi, Tamil Nadu posted 100% results.

Similarly, class XIIth students from the Swami Dayananda Matric Higher Secondary School, Manjakkudi, Semmangudi Higher Secondary School, Sembangudi and AIM for Seva Balika Vidyalaya, Khategaon, Madhya Pradesh posted 100% results.

Our Chatralayams are centres of learning where our students are provided with adequate after school academic support. Educating rural students is an ongoing process with tuitions, exposure to cultural learning through music and yoga and all round development through sports.

Today, nearly 50% of our hostels are equipped with a library. All this could have not been possible but for the support of countless donors and other well wishers. Their support to our movement of educating rural India occurs in different ways: gifting of stationery and books, establishing libraries, donating sports gears and cycles and much more.

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