CBSE class 10 results: 94.40% students pass
As many as 2,36,993 students got more than 90 per cent marks, while 64,908 scored over 95 per cent. 21,09, 208 students had registered for the CBSE class 10 board examinations, out of which 20,93,978 students appeared in the examinations and 19,76,668 passed. Like the 12th examinations, Thiruvananthapuram region stood first in the 10th CBSE board exam results also, while Bengaluru came second and Chennai third
CBSE 10th results declared, Check out details here
The overall pass percentage for this year remained 94.40 per cent. A total of 2109208 candidates registered for class 10 exams, of which, 1976668 students have passed. This year too, Girls have outperformed boys by 1.41 per cent. Pass percentage of girls is recorded at 95.21 per cent while that of boys is 93.80 per cent. Nearly, 64,908 students scored above 95 per cent, and over 2.36 lakh (2,36,993) students secured above 90 per cent marks.
CBSE Class 12 board result: Girls outshine boys again
This year, 92.71 per cent children have passed in Class 12. Among them, 94.54 per cent are girls and 91.25 per cent are boys. At the same time, 100 per cent transgender students have cleared the examinations. As always, this time too, the girl students have outshone the boys by 3.29 per cent. Thiruvananthapuram ranked first with the highest pass percentage followed by Bangalore, while Chennai stood third. Delhi has been ranked fourth.
CBSE 12th result 2022 declared, check out details here
The overall pass percentage for this year remained 92.71 per cent. With a pass percentage of 98.83 per cent, Trivandrum emerged as the best performing region, followed by Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi east, Delhi West at top 5. This year too, Girls have outperformed boys. 94.54 per cent remained overall pass percentage of girls and boys secured a pass percentage of 91.25 per cent. By a margin of 3.29 per cent girls outperfomed boys, and all registered transgender students managed to pass class 12 board exams.
CBSE Board exams 2022: Students to get final results even if they skip one of the two-term examinations
In a live webinar ahead of the CBSE term-2 exam, Sanyam Bhardwaj, the board’s controller of examinations, said that students who were marked absent in term-1 exams and do not appear for term-2 exams will not be allowed to take the compartment exams because “all class 12 compartment exams are conducted on the same day.” For class 10, the compartment exams are conducted in a time period of 7 days.
Board examinations to commences in Physical mode with 18 students in each class: CBSE
CBSE officials have provided Rs.5000 to every school to purchase precautionary equipment like thermometers and sanitizers. The candidates appearing for the exam will be paid Rs.5 each day for sanitization of schools daily and other arrangements to ensure the control of the spread of viruses in schools.
CBSE syllabus 2022-23: Chapter on 'democracy and diversity', Mughal courts removed from the curriculum
The CBSE has dropped chapters about the Non-Aligned Movement, the Cold War era, the rise of Islamic empires in Afro-Asian territories, the chronicles of Mughal courts, and the industrial revolution from the history and political science syllabi of classes 11 and 12.