CBSE 12th Class Results
CBSE 12th class Results. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the Class 12th results on its official website https://www.cbse.gov.in. The results were released on Friday, July 30. The CBSE board could not conduct the examination due to the second wave of Covid-19 of this year.
As a result, students were assessed on the basis of internal assessments. This year, the Trivandrum region, which includes Lakshadweep and Kerala schools, again became the first in the CBSE Class 12th examination after recording a pass rate of 99.89%. In 2020, the region was at the top with a 97.67% pass in CBSE 12th class results. Most schools in the region have recorded an impressive 100% pass percentage.
Since there was no board, class 12th students were assessed based on the 40:30:30 formula. According to this scheme, 40% weightage was given in the pre-board examination of class 12th and 30% of each weightage was given to the marks obtained in class 10th and class 11th. Class 12th board exam. 37,104 students are from Kerala alone. 37,104 students, 19,000 were girls and the remaining 18,064 were boys. The pass rate of girls is 99% and that of boys is 99.91%.
Therefore, in Kerala alone, the pass rate of 12th class students of CBSE is 99.89%. Lakshadweep had only 13 students and they all passed. Delhi West and Delhi East followed Trivandrum’s score by recording a 99.84% pass percentage. Bangalore region is in the third position with a 99.83% pass percentage. It should be noted that the national pass rate in 2021 is 99.37% which is 10% higher than in 2020.