The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently announced the results of the Class 12 Board Exam. Students, parents and teachers alike eagerly awaited the results, as they were the culmination of months of hard work and dedication. This article will provide an overview of the results and an analysis of the overall performance.
Class 12 CBSE Results
The CBSE Class 12 Board Exam was conducted in February and March of 2021. Over 11 lakh students had registered for the exam, which was conducted across 4,974 centres in India and 81 centres around the world.
The results were released on 29 May 2021, after a delay of almost two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The overall pass percentage was 88.78%, a slight increase from the previous year’s 88.67%. Girls outperformed boys, with a pass percentage of 92.45%, compared to 85.40% for boys.
Exam Performance Analysis
The CBSE Class 12 results showcase a significant improvement in the performance of students from rural areas. The pass percentage for rural students was 92.67%, compared to 87.35% for urban students.
The top three states with the highest pass percentage were Mizoram (97.67%), Delhi (97.02%) and Haryana (93.47%). On the other hand, the states with the lowest pass percentage were Odisha (77.36%), Assam (78.45%) and Nagaland (79.11%).
Overall, the CBSE Class 12 results demonstrate that students have worked hard and achieved impressive results. The increased pass percentage in rural areas is a positive sign, as it indicates the success of various initiatives taken by the government to provide equal educational opportunities to all.
The CBSE Class 12 results are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the students and teachers. The improved performance of students from rural areas is encouraging and shows the government’s commitment to providing quality education to all. Congratulations to all the students who have worked hard and achieved success in the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam!
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the Class 12 Board Exam results on May 13, 2021. It was a long wait for over 11.5 lakh students across the country who appeared for the Class 12 exams this year. The results were highly anticipated as the board had already delayed the announcement dates for the exams due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The result announcement was originally supposed to take place in July but due to the pandemic and various other factors, it got postponed to May. In addition to this, two important examinations, Economics and Computer Applications, were also postponed at the last minute due to the rising Covid-19 cases. Therefore, the result announcement was welcomed with enthusiasm and relief by students and their families.
The overall pass percentage of the Class 12 CBSE exams was recorded at 79.91 %, with girls faring better than boys with a pass percentage of 84.36%. The board also announced that there were 98.52% pass out of the 9.04 lakhs students from the Science stream, a pass percentage of 97.32 from the Commerce stream and a 94.19 % pass from the Arts stream.
There have been many commendable performances in this year’s results, with Jigyasa Jaryal from GHSS Rajpura in the Punjab region ad ding to around 99.4% marks in the examination. The board was also commended for its well thought out grading system.
The board has set up a counseling helpline and has urged students to get in touch with them before making any major decisions. This is to ensure students make an informed decision considering all their options before pursuing a particular career. The board has also extended its warmest wishes to all the students who have done well and also acknowledged those who are struggling with the results.
All in all, the Class 12 CBSE results announced were welcomed with joy and relief. The board has taken a great step in providing support to the students to choose their paths for their future. This year has been hard for everybody and the CBSE Board has taken important steps to make sure that the future of these students puts an end to this hardship.