Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 13
Girls have once more outshone boys by practically six proportion factors within the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 outcomes declared right here on Monday.
While the women scored 92.15 go per cent, the boys trailed behind at 86.19 per cent.
The general go proportion for Class 12 this 12 months is 88.78 per cent, which is 5.38 per cent increased than the go proportion of the 2019 tutorial session.
The CBSE evaluation additional exhibits that Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalavas (JNV) proceed to high the CBSE affiliated colleges on the subject of advantage.
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The JNV system has posted a CBSE Class 12 go proportion of a whopping 98.70 per cent adopted by Kendriya Vidyalayas at 98.62 per cent, authorities colleges at 94.94 per cent, government-aided at 91.56 per cent and unbiased at 88.22 per cent.
Children with particular wants have additionally posted efficiency by scoring 91.68 per cent.
Only 3.24 per cent of the candidates, who took the exams this 12 months, have scored greater than 95 per cent marks as towards 13.24 per cent, who’ve scored greater than 90 per cent.
Among kids with particular wants, a complete of two,536 registered for the check. Of them, 243 have scored over 90 per cent and 42 over 95 per cent.
The proportion of scholars, who have gotten compartments, has lowered from 8.23 final 12 months to 7.35 laptop this 12 months.
Among the CBSE areas, Trivandrum has posted the highest advantage go proportion of 97.67 per cent adopted by Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi west, Delhi east, Panchkula, Chandigarh, Bhubaneshwar, Bhopal, Pune, Ajmer, Noida, Guwahati, Dehradun, Prayagraj and Patna.
Panchkula with 92.52 per cent and Chandigarh 92.04 per cent have been positioned at sixth and seventh place within the advantage record for the 13 CBSE areas.
Patna with a go proportion of 74.57 per cent is the lowest-performing CBSE area this 12 months in Class 12 outcomes.
The CBSE has not introduced any advantage record this 12 months.