Singce when I was in Navodaya, this trend was never missed,
Girls always witted out boys in Xth and XIIth exams, it happened now also, the last result of CBSE ( Central Board of Secondary Education ) did the same, Maintaining their lead over boys, girls have as usual outperformed boys in the Class XII examination results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced today, with the overall pass percentage being 79.55. Of the six CBSE zones where examinations were held in March, Chennai topped the results tally followed by Ajmer, Chandigarh and Delhi, respectively. A total of 454,480 students, including 190,759 girls, had appeared in the exams at 2,240 centres in India and abroad.
While the pass percentage of girls stands at 84.41, boys have a pass percentage of 75.93. In Chandigarh girls have a pass percentage of 87.81 while boys stand at 77.88, a slight increase of 1.75 per cent was noted in the overall pass percentage, CBSE officials said 84.41 per cent of girls passed in the exams whereas the figure for boys stood at 75.93 per cent.
Officials said the pass percentage of regular students was at 82.31 per cent and for private students who were not enrolled in schools but took the CBSE exam it stood at 37.53 per cent.
Attributing the 15-minute cool-off time to the overwhelming number of students having scored over 90 per cent, the Controller, Examinations, Mr Pavnesh Kumar, said, “The question papers have become more scientific and the answers are more well defined.”
KV ( Kendriya Vidyalaya ) schools have the highest pass percentage 92.89 followed by CTS ( Central Tibetan School ) with 90.57, JNV ( Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas ) with 90.24, independent schools with 82.35, Government-aided schools with 76.57 and government schools with 75.23. The private/patrachar candidates have a pass percentage of 37.53.
In Chandigarh, 490 merit certificates will be given to students who have come in the top 0.1 per cent and there are 637 candidates who have scored over 90 per cent.
This year 939 students took the examination under the special category, of these three students with disabilities have scored over 90 per cent.
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