After a long wait, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally announced the Class 12 board results with no merit list of toppers due to the pandemic and change in assessment criteria.
The CBSE on their official Twitter handle announced that the results will be declared today with this hilarious meme.
This time, the CBSE has finalise the Class 12 results adopting an alternative assessment formula based on the student’s marks in Class 10, 11 and 12 examinations.
The Central government had cancelled the CBSE Class 12 board exams in view of the Covid-19 situation in the country.
The CBSE has achieved a record high pass percentage as almost all the students have passed class 12 as the CBSE has decided to avoid using the term Fail in any of the student’s result and has replaced it with the term essential repeat..
Of the 13,04,561 candidates who registered for the exam this year, as many as 12,96,318 have cleared the exam taking the pass percentage at 99.37 percent improving from the last year’s 88.78% results.
Following upward trend, the result of girl students is at 99.67% whereas boys recorded a pass percentage of 99.13%. However, girls have done better than Boys by 0.54%.
Last year, a total of 88.78% of students had passed registering an increase of 5.38% from 2019. Among them who have passed the Class 12, girls were 92.15% while 86.19% were boys. Girls had done better than boys by 5.96%.
Students, who were waiting for their results, can now visit the official website cbseresults.nic.in to check their scores. In order to access their scorecards, students first have to download their roll numbers through the ‘Roll Number Finder’ window which is available on cbse.gov.in.
This year, for the first time, students also have the option to access their scorecards through DigiLocker which only requires the registered mobile number and Aadhar Card number to access the mark sheet or results. There is no need to submit the CBSE roll number.
After Class 12 results, the board will announce the Class 10 results very soon.