Beacon celebrating success with excellence in results

Beacon Public School, Jaipur works on the philosophy of providing holistic education to all it’s pupils while empowering every child with the skills to face the challenges of life.  In our mission to recognise each student’s potential and enhance it through our learning programmes so they become competition ready. Beacon Public School is affiliated to Rajasthan Board and is an English Medium Co-Educational Secondary School. The school also has permanent affiliation under Right to Education (RTE) Act, in which 25 percent of the total (entry level class) seats are reserved for economically backward families. We have at our core concept “Each child matters”. A school is a place where a child grows, physically and in knowledge no doubt, but most importantly in curiosity, courage, confidence, independence, patience, resourcefulness, resilience and understanding.

Being a responsible English medium school in Jaipur Beacon Public School puts a step forward with its extracurricular activities. The future is competitive and only report cards won’t help your children succeed, hence we insist parents to support children in all the extra curricular activities that they would love to pursue. We believe education must become a joy for life rather than mere means to a career.

Result Day is the most exciting day of any academic year. This day is important not only for the school and students but also for their Parents.

This kind of Board exams results is the highlight of our success story. Our students performed brilliantly, Beacon wishes its students a bright future.

RBSE Board Exam Results

Evaluation of RBSE board exam results of class VIII

  • 50 students who appeared for the examination have passed with flying colours.
  • 11 students scored A+ grade.
  • 27 students scored A grade.
  • 10 students scored B grade.
  • 2 students scored C grade.

 

Evaluation of RBSE board exam results of class V

  • 77students who appeared for the examination have passed with flying colours.
  • 5 students scored A+ grade.
  • 65 students scored A grade.
  • 7 students scored B grade.

The performance went well and our efforts were appreciated by all parents, teachers and the chief guest. The school may not have much of history – but has the proficiency and the vision for a wonderful future.

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