Prime News, National, Education, New Delhi, July 30:- The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared results for over 14 lakh students on Friday (July 30). It is the first-ever result without exams. The mark sheets will be available to download at cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in. Students can get their mark sheets from Digi locker facility at digilocker.gov.in.
The number of 90 plus scorers is almost the same as last year. This year many schools had given high scores for their students. However, CBSE had asked them to follow a rationalisation methodology. This year, as many as 1,50,152 students got marks more than 90 percent.
This year, Class 12 results are computed based on the performance of students in Class 12 internals, Class 10 finals, and Class 11 finals. After much debate, the formula was finalised by the board for this year and a new assessment formula has been created for the 2022 batch as well.
The board has more than 1.5 lakh students in 90 plus brackets this year. Last year with as many students getting 90 plus marks, the cut-off for admission to Delhi University had gone up to 100 percent. This year, even though the varsity has said that it will rationalise the cut-off there is no formula or scheme released yet. Apart from CBSE many other boards have also seen high pass percentages and a rise in the number of 90 plus scorers.
While 11.51 percent of students got 90 percent and above, 5.37 percent of students got more than 95 percent marks in CBSE.
This is the best result for CBSE 12th students in recent history. The pass percentage among girls is at 99.67 percent while among boys it is at 99.13 percent. Even though the results for both girls and boys is over 99 percent, girls have performed slightly better (0.54%) than boys.
Results of over 65,184 students could not be declared today. These students will get their results by August 5, informed CBSE. This has happened as many schools either gave wrong data or could not submit data on time.
The board has achieved a record high pass percentage as almost all students have cleared Class 12 results. Of the 1,30,4561 candidates who registered for the exams, as many as 1,29,6318 have cleared the exam.
Students checking their results today need to ensure that their marksheet is error free. In case they find a mistake, they will have to get it corrected at the earliest. (NAV, Inputs: Agencies)