NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the highly anticipated Class 12 exam results on Friday. In a surprising turn of events, girls have outshone boys in the results, while the overall pass percentage has witnessed a decline of 5.38 per cent compared to the previous year.
According to official data, a total of 87.33 per cent of students have passed the Class 12th examinations this year, marking a decrease from the 92.71 per cent pass percentage recorded in 2022.
The regional analysis reveals that Trivandrum emerged as the top-performing region with an impressive pass percentage of 99.91 per cent. Bengaluru secured the second position with a commendable 98.64 per cent pass percentage.
CBSE implemented a significant change in the examination pattern this year, reverting to the old system of holding only one board exam at the end of the academic session. In 2022, the board had introduced a divided exam format with two terms, followed by several other boards.
To check their results, students need to provide their board exam roll number, date of birth, school number, and admit card ID on the official websites of CBSE, including cbse.gov.in, results.cbse.nic.in, and parikshasangam.cbse.gov.in. The marks sheets and certificates will be distributed by schools in physical form, and digital versions can be accessed through digilocker.gov.in.
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In an effort to discourage unhealthy competition among students, CBSE decided not to announce the names of Class 10 or 12 board exam toppers.
Candidates who are dissatisfied with their results have the option to apply for rechecking or revaluation. Additionally, those aspiring for better scores can appear for the compartment exams scheduled to be held later this year.
As the results were declared, candidates flocked to the official websites to check their marks. The CBSE results for Class 12 are also available on the DigiLocker platform and the UMANG app for convenient access.