The Cbaps classroom training is one of the most popular educational programs in India.
However, this is not only the case in the classroom, and its not just BAP that students take it, either.
According to a survey conducted by the National Centre for Educational Research (NCER) in 2015, over 90% of the students who took the class in 2015 were from the top-performing state.
As per the NCER, this number is increasing every year and is now approaching 100%.
The survey revealed that over 55% of students who got their BAP diploma in the last five years have gone on to do so, up from only 35% of those who had been doing the course before.
The NCER survey was conducted between December 2014 and May 2015, and asked students about their educational experiences and how they got them to take the BAP course.
Among the students surveyed, over 45% of them had gone on and completed their course within the first two years, up 15 percentage points from the previous survey.
This is a significant jump from the 45% who completed their Bap course in the past three years, which was the case when the survey was first conducted in the country.
The survey also revealed that the percentage of students participating in class has increased steadily from the year prior to the survey.
From 20% in the previous year to 25% in 2015.
This is not the only survey to find that students are not going to waste their time taking the CbAP course, either, as the survey found that almost one third of the Cebap teachers had not completed the course.
In fact, just 4% of teachers had completed their courses in the current survey period, while in the preceding year, over 10% had completed the class.
In terms of the proportion of teachers who had completed classes, over 50% of Cebaps teachers were still enrolled.
These figures suggest that the Cabs education is not yet in the “early stages”, and it is not a one-off initiative.
The teachers have to go through the rigorous process of completing their Baptism and then get the diploma, in order to gain admission into the classroom.
According to a BAP teacher, who wished to remain anonymous, there is a lot of pressure on the teachers in the course, and many students in the class feel that they have no choice but to take this course.
He also points out that many students do not take the class because they do not want to be in the Bap classroom.
This has made it difficult for the teachers to keep pace with the students.
“A teacher can’t just sit at the back of the class and teach Bap.
He has to go up and engage the students, and this can take a long time.
I think the students should do what they can to motivate their teachers, and that’s the real test of a teacher’s integrity,” he said.