The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 12th Result is one of the most important examinations conducted in India. It is the gateway to higher education and a major determinant of success in life. This year, the CBSE 12th Result was declared on 13th July and the overall performance of the students was satisfactory.
CBSE 12th Result Overview
The CBSE 12th Result is based on the marks obtained by the students in their final examinations. The overall pass percentage of the students this year was 88.78%, which is slightly lower than last year’s 90.14%. This year, a total of 12,03,595 students appeared for the examination and 10,67,900 of them passed. Girls performed better than boys with a pass percentage of 91.46%, while boys had a pass percentage of 86.19%.
Analysis of CBSE 12th Result
The CBSE 12th Result this year has seen a slight dip in the overall pass percentage. This could be attributed to the fact that the board had made the examination more challenging this year. The board had also introduced a new grading system which could have affected the overall performance of the students.
The performance of girls was better than boys this year. This could be attributed to the fact that girls were more dedicated and focused on their studies. Girls also had better access to resources and better support systems which could have helped them perform better.
The CBSE 12th Result this year has been a mixed bag. Though the overall pass percentage has seen a dip, the performance of girls has been commendable. The board has also taken steps to make the examination more challenging, which could help students prepare better for their future.
Overall, the CBSE 12th Result this year has been satisfactory. The board has taken steps to make the examination more challenging and the performance of girls has been commendable. This result will set the stage for students to pursue higher education and will help them achieve success in life.
It is with much anticipation and excitement that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 12th Result has been released. The result was declared on July 13th, 2020 with 84.39% students passing the exam.
A total number of 10, BT and CTL students appeared for the examination which were conducted between 15th February and 30th March. This year’s examination was the first to be conducted amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the students faced new challenges due to the new exam pattern.
The students, who appeared for the CBSE 12thResult, have achieved success despite the pandemic. The overall pass percentage stands at 84.39% this year compared to 83% last year. While 8,98,815 students have cleared the exam, 1,59,540 have failed.
Out of the total pass percentage, girls have outperformed boys by recording an impressive 88.78% pass rate, while boys managed a pass percentage of 79.58%.
The CBSE has also released the results of Vocational stream candidates and they have managed to pass with a pass rate of 79%.
This year, the CBSE has adopted a special grading system to mark the performance of candidates, instead of the traditional percentage-based grading system. This new grading system has been adopted to ensure students are not penalized due to the Covid-19 situation. The grading system for the CBSE 12th Result will range from A1 to E, with A1 being the highest grade and E being fail.
The candidates can check their result online through the official CBSE website or the DigiLocker mobile application. The result can also be accessed through the UMANG app, Umang Microsoft App, SMS, IVRS etc.
Overall, despite the pandemic, the CBSE 12th Result has registered an impressive success rate, with girls outperforming boys across the board. We congratulate all the students who have passed the exam and wish them the best of luck for their future endeavors.