Tribune News Service
Amritsar, July 30
The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) on Friday declared Class XII results. The border district has 94.46 pass percentage (92.22 per cent in 2020). A total of 26,229 students out of 27,768 cleared their exams.
This year the PSEB did not conduct board exams due to the raging second Covid-19 wave. Thus, it compiled results on the basis of 30:30:40 formula (students’ performance in Classes X, XI and XII, respectively).
The government schools outclassed private institutes by 4.75 per cent in the pass percentage. The government schools achieved 98.05 pass percentage while private schools had to content with 93.3 percentage. As regular classes could not be held throughout the last year, the Education Department had come up with ‘Educare app’ to provide e-content related to syllabus to students. The department also took assistance of DD Punjabi to cover coursework.
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