This year, girls performed better than boys in the class 12 examination and recorded 5.96 percent higher pass percentage than boys.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today announced the results of the CBSE class 12 examination on its official website. Following the release, the board issued a statement saying it would not release the class 12 merit list due to the pandemic situation.
The pandemic situation clearly came in the way of the publication of results. However, the Council managed to announce Class 12 results following the latest assessment scheme.
Here are 5 important points you should know about the CBSE 2020 results:
• A total of 11,92,961 candidates appeared for the CBSE Class 12 exams, out of which 10,59,080 cleared the exams, thus pegging the pass percentage at 88.78 percent.
• This year, girls performed better than boys in the class 12 examination and recorded 5.96 percent higher pass percentage than the boys. While the pass percentage among girls was 92.15 per cent, 86.19 percent boys cleared the exams.
• Trivandrum region records highest pass percentage at 97.67, Patna region records lowest pass percentage at 74.57.
• Class 12 results of 400 students could not be computed as per decided assessment scheme; to be announced later, said CBSE
• This is the first time the board will not publish its toppers’ list. In 2019, two girls, Karishma Arora and Hansika Shukla, emerged as class 12 CBSE toppers.
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