CBSE Class 12 result announced, 99.37% students declared pass

No merit list this year, compartment exams between August 16 and September 15

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 30

Girls outperformed boys in the class 12 CBSE board results declared on Friday clocking a pass percentage of 99.67 as against 99.13 per cent for boys.

Overall pass percentage for class 12 boards this year is 99.37 per cent.

In all 13,04,561 candidates took the exams and 12,96,318 passed.

"The girls have done better than the boys by 0.54 per cent," a statement from the CBSE said.

Among the various institutions affiliated with the CBSE, the Kendriya Vidyalaya and the Central Tibetan School Administration posted 100 pc pass marks improving their percentages over 2020. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas pass percentage is 99.94 per cent, government schools have scored 99.72 per cent pass marks, government aided 99.48 per cent and independent 99.22 per cent.

Children with special needs also came out with flying colours with a 99.59 per cent pass percentage.

"Out of the candidates who appeared, 70,004 scored above 95 per cent marks, which comes to 5.37 per cent of all candidates in the top category of scorers. The number of students with 90 to 95 per cent marks are 150,152, which comes to 11.51 per cent of the candidates," the CBSE said.

In the children with special needs category, 10.19 per cent scored 90 to 95 per cent mark and 3.29 per cent scored more than 95 per cent.

This year, 6,149 candidates (0.47 per cent) have been placed in the compartment.

Pass percentage among foreign candidates is 99.92 per cent (17,003 have been declared pass out of 17,016 who appeared).

No merit list will be prepared by the Board for Class XII 2021 results this year.

The Board will also not declare subject wise merit list of students nor issue merit certificates to students this year.

The result of about 1600 new schools is still under process. The result of these schools will be declared in a week's time. Accordingly, the result of about 6,000 students of these schools and some other schools will be shown as "results later."

The CBSE will issue only a combined mark sheet cum certificate this time to the students of Class XII in place of a separate marksheet and passing certificate.

The class 12 exams earlier scheduled for May 4 this year were cancelled on June 6 in the wake of Covid surge.

The board said compartment exams will be conducted by the board between August 16 and September 15 and the dates would be announced soon. The following category of students will be allowed to appear in these tests -- students not satisfied with their assessment done based on the CBSE marking policy, private, second chance compartment candidates, students who have registered for the 2021 exam for improving their performance in only one subject, first chance compartment candidates.

Also, dispute settlement procedures will be available.

"Disputes regarding compilation of results will be referred to a committee constituted by the CBSE. A detailed process would soon be intimated to the students should they have any disputes in respect of their result preparations," the board said.

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