Preservation is the second step where the farmer takes care of his farm, gives adequate water to the plants, removes the weeds, sprays adequate fertilizers, etc. Similarly this is the time when the syllabus is over and the teachers ask the students to revise the concepts they have learnt. It is the time when the students clarify their doubts arising through perfect practice. This is a tough time when prayers are used to revive your faith that you will reap what you have sown.
Finally the time comes for the harvest and the farmers produce their crop and reap their profits. It takes the farmer months of hard work, patience and faith to reap his result.
The students of Atmiya Vidya Mandir have imbibed this law of nature and worked extremely hard, purposefully. They followed up on whatever the teachers asked them to do. Just before the exam, P.P. Swamishree visited the school, showered His blessings on the students and asked them to resort to prayers in time of need. Students regularly revived their faith in times of stress through prayers.
So we understand that just like in farming, in studies too, one has to build a strong foundation through planning and preparation, making sacrifices where needed, having incredible patience and persistence and combining competency with timelines which our students did and proved to themselves as you sow so shall you reap.
Total 36 students appeared for the 12th CBSE exams in March this year, out of which:
- 11 students scored above 90%,
- 13 students scored between 80% to 90%,
- 10 students scored between 70% to 80%
- 2 students score between 60% to 70%.
The science class average was 83.4% and commerce class average was 87.6%.