Pass Percentage Of Girls Is 99.67 12th Board Results
This is the highest passing percentage while the compartment of 6149 (0.47) students has come. The information about the declaration of the exam results was issued by the board through Twitter. The students were asked to keep their roll numbers ready.
The Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi has congratulated all the students on the release of the exam results.
This time also the girls won and left the boys behind. In passing, girl students were ahead of boys by 0.54%. The pass percentage of girls is 99.67 while that of boys is 99.13. The result of transgender students is 100%.
This year the results were released 17 days late due to Corona. It is worth mentioning that this time there was a lot of controversy regarding the conduct of the board’s examination and taking out the examination results.
After the meetings of the Qazi round were held, then a decision could be taken on this.
Eventually Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself intervened and the cancellation of the exam was announced. After this, there was a lot of controversy about deciding the marking scheme and then preparing the result on the basis of it.
The situation happened after the case was filed in the court. Due to the delay in the examination, the 12th result was declared on July 30. However, the board had said that the result would be declared by July 31. The board has also not released the merit list and toppers list this time due to the cancellation of the exam.
This time it was decided to declare the result on the basis of assessment scheme. The Supreme Court had directed that it should release the 10th and 12th results by July 31.
It is clear from the released result that this time more than 1.5 lakh students have scored 90-95% marks in class 12th.
CBSE had fixed the 30:30:40 formula for the evaluation of class 12 students. Under this, 30% weightage was given to the final result of 10th-11th, while 40% weightage was given to the pre-board exam of 12th.
For this, a 13-member committee was constituted by the board on June 4 to decide the marking scheme.