New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the 12th result on Friday. This time the result is very good and more than 99 percent of students have achieved success. The pass percentage of girls is 99.95 per cent but for boys is 99.72 per cent. The board has not yet announced a list of the top ten. This time around 1.50 lakh students scored 90 to 95 per cent marks.
According to CBSE data, the East Delhi region has seen a pass percentage increase this year compared to last year. Last year, the figure was 92.78 percent, up from 99.4 percent. At the same time, in the last year, Delhi’s Western Region passed 89.80 per cent, up from 99.40 per cent.
Jawahar Renaissance Vidyalayas (JNVs) and Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) performed well in the national capital, with a 100% passing percentage in both regions. Private schools have done well in both schools.
At the same time, this year, a total of 875 schools in the Delhi government have passed 100%. The number of schools achieving this feat has more than doubled from last year’s figure of 396. According to the data, the overall percentage of government schools in Delhi is 99.96 per cent.
This time there are 152 students with 1 lakh 50 thousand 15th grades, whose scores are 90 to 95 percent. 70 thousand 4 students have passed with more than 95 percent marks. Lingayatis students pass 100%. This year’s passes have improved a lot compared to last year. In 2020, 88.78 percent of students passed the Class XI Examination.
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