CBSE class XII Results: Pass percentage of govt schools in Chandigarh improves by 7.1%

CBSE class XII Results: Pass percentage of govt schools in Chandigarh improves by 7.1%

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 30

The overall pass percentage of the government schools in Chandigarh this session is 98.7 per cent, which is 7.1 per cent higher than the previous academic session – 2019-20.

A total of 12,312 students appeared in the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) this year, out of which the result of 12,231 students was declared. The result of the remaining students would be declared later on.

There are 40 Government Senior Secondary Schools in Chandigarh out of which 28 have secured 100 per cent pass percentage.

Government Model Senior Secondary School (GMSSS), Sector 15; GMSSS-16; GMSSS-19; GMSSS-20D; GGMSSS-20B; GMSSS-21; GMSSS-22; GMSSS-23; GMSSS-23 (NYC); GMSSS-26 (TM); GMSSS-32; GMSSS-35; GMSSS-37B; GMSSS-37D; GMSSS-39; GMSSS-40; GMSSS-44; GMSSS-46; GMSSS-MHC, Mani Majra; GMSSS, Karsan; GMSSS, Maloya; GMSSS, Sarangpur; GSSS, Mani Majra Town; GMSSS, Kaimbwala; GSSS, Mauli Jagran; GMSSS, Raipur Khurd; GMSSS, Behlana; and GSSS, Khuda Ali Sher registered 100 per cent pass percentage. A total of 788 students secured above 90 per cent marks.

Rubinderjit Brar, Director, School Education, said, “The past one year has been a year of anxiety and speculations for the entire teaching-learning fraternity. But even in the dire circumstances, the Education Department has once again proven that it is possible to achieve any milestone.”

Meanwhile, the Chandigarh region has secured a pass percentage of 99.47 per cent.

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