CBSE 10th, 12th Results LIVE Updates: After a long wait, CBSE has declared its first-ever two-term based results. Both class 10 and class 12 results have been announced on the same day. Usually, class 12 results are announced ahead of class 10. In both the board exams, CBSE has followed a 30:70 formula. After much protests from students, the term 1 result has got only 30% weightage. While there were reports of cheating during Read More
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a series of tweets has wished students on achieving a milestone in their scholastic journey. Encouraging students who are not happy with their results, Prime Minister Modi said: “Some students may not be happy with their results but they must know that one exam will never define who they are. I am certain they will find more success in times to come.”
The CBSE 10th, 12th board exams 2023 will be held from February 15 onwards. CBSE boards will go back to the annual examination system. The board has also revised the syllabus for classes 9 to 12. Since 2020, the board exams are being held based on a syllabus curtailed by 30 per cent. It has now revised the syllabus for these classes and it will go back to what it was before the Covid-19 hit India. The board has also changed some of the chapters.
A total of 2093978 students took the CBSE 10th exam. Out of the total 1976668 have passed the exam. Last year, among the 21,09,208 students who registered for the exam, as many as 19,76,668 managed to pass. The board recorded a pass percentage of 99.04 per cent in 2021. In 2020, as many as 91.46 per cent of students cleared the exam, in 2019, it was 91.1 per cent and in 2018, it was 86.7 per cent. This year, the pass percentage the better than pre-pandemic times with 94.40% pass percentage.
Among schools, JNV has topped the charts. As many as 99.71% of JNV students managed to pass the exams. Private schools have got second spot with 96.86% pass percentage followed closely by KVs at third spot with 96.61%. Last year, KV was the best-performing institute with 100% pass percentage. After being defeated by government schools last year, this year, JNV has topped among institutes with a high margin…read more
In striking contrast, there is a huge rise in the number of kids taking compartmental exams this year. As many as 1,07,689 students will have to take the exam. This is a huge jump from only 17,636 students last year. It must noted that the board exams were cancelled last year and final results were created based on an alternative formula. Those who were unable, however, were allowed to sit for compartmental exams…read more
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the class 10 board examinations results at cbse.gov.in, cbse.nic.in, and cbseresults.nic.in. This year, the CBSE has announced results based on term 1 and term 2 results. While term 1 has been given 30% weightage, term 2 given 70%. Know how to check your scores online and offline here.
As many as 99.68% of students from Trivandrum have cleared the CBSE 10th exam and 99.22% from Bengaluru passed. Last year too, these two districts were the top performing ones. Trivandrum remained the undefeated champion with the highest ever pass percentage in 2021 at 99.99%. It was followed closely by Bengaluru with 99.96% pass percentage.
A total of 2,36,993 students have got above 90% while 64,908 have got above 95% marks. This is a jump from last year. As many as 2,00,962 students scored more than 90% marks while 57,824 students got 95% and above marks in CBSE 10th results 2021.
The board has given 30% weightage to term 1 results and 70% to term 2. CBSE claims to have sought views from principals, and officials before deciding on the final result calculation percentage. CBSE said, “predominant feedback received after term 1 exams was that students were unable to perform to their full potential.” The board further added, “feedback for term 2 exams was more positive, with satisfactory performance being expressed by students.” For practical exams, each term and term 2 practical got equal weightage.
Here is the list of how many students have topped in each subject:
Math — 12598 students
Science – 9123
English – 4244
Social Sc – 5116
Students can send their answer sheets for specific or multiple subjects to this section for re-checking and re-evaluation if they are not happy with their results. Further, CBSE has provided the option of compartment exams. It will begin on August 23. Students not happy with their marks or have failed the 12th board exams can sit for these exams. Over 1 lakh CBSE 10th and over 67,000 CBSE 12th students have been placed in the compartment category this year.
A total of 1,07,689 students have been placed in the compartment category or 5.14% of students who took the exam. In case of 12th, it was more 67,000 students.
The pass percentage institution-wise is:
Govt – 80.68%
Govt aided – 76.73%
A total of 2093978 students took the CBSE 10th exam. Out of the total 1976668 have passed the exam, taking the pass percentage to 94.40%. Girls have performed better than boys by 1.41%. As many as 95.21% of girls passed the exam, among boys, it is 93.80% and 90% of transgender category kids have passed the exam.
Trivandrum – 99.68%
Bengaluru – 99.22%
Chennai – 98.97%
Ajmer – 98.14%
Patna – 97.65%
Pune – 97.41%
Bhubaneswar – 96.46%
Panchkula – 96.33%
Noida – 96.08%
Chandigarh – 95.38%
Prayagraj – 94.74%
Dehradun – 93.43%
Bhopal – 93.33%
Delhi East – 86.96%
Delhi West – 85.94%
Guwahati – 82.32%
After getting the results online, candidates must take a printout of the marksheet as well as ensure it is error-free. In case of any discrepancies, report to the respective school authorities or CBSE immediately. Students need to check a few things on the CBSE 10th marksheets which includes–
— Spelling of name of the student,
— Correct application number,
— Subjects names and spellings,
— Total marks and if the percentage calculation is correct for subject-wise marks,
— School name
— Personal details
Compared to 2019 and 2020, the CBSE 10th results 2022 are better. In 2019, as many as 91.10 per cent of children cleared the examination, while in 2020, it was 91.46%.
For both class 10 and class 12, the pass percentage has dropped. As many as 92.71% of students passed class 12 this year as compared to last year when 99.37% of students cracked the board exams. In class 12 as well 94.40% of students passed, a dip from 99.37%. Notably, last year’s results were based on an alternative mode of assessment, and the exams were not held.
This year, there were two exams and results were first available with schools. The schools were able to get the results first via DigiLocker and CBSE Pariksha Sangam. Students awaiting their marks will be able to download marksheets from cbse.nic.in, digilocker.gov.in.
The results have been announced after the Education Minister had said that there will be no delay in the announcement. Earlier, CBSE had asked colleges and universities to put a hold on their admissions process in order to make way for the CBSE students. At that point, it was revealed that CBSE 12th results will be announced first and NEws18.com has maintained that it would be done by end of July.
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