In the latest CBSE class 12 results, girls surpass boys by 6.01% while Trivandrum region excels with a pass percentage of 99.91%.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results for the class 12 final examinations. Despite a nationwide drop in the passing percentage, there have been remarkable performances. This year, girls have outperformed boys by 6.01%, showcasing their academic prowess. The overall passing percentage stands at 87.33%, with the Trivandrum region securing the top spot with an impressive 99.91% pass rate.
The National Perspective
The national pass percentage has seen a dip this year, a fact that calls for deep analysis and introspection. A total of 16,96,770 students were eligible for the class 12 board exams, held across February, March, and April. The results have shown that the girls have outshone the boys, achieving a pass percentage of 90.68%.
Trivandrum region holds the distinction of the highest pass percentage, leading the nation with 99.91%.
Policy Changes and Digital Initiatives
In a significant policy shift, CBSE has decided not to award first, second, and third divisions to its students. The move, aimed at curbing unhealthy competition, reflects a progressive approach to education. However, merit certificates will be awarded to the 0.1% of students who have scored the highest marks in subjects, rewarding their hard work and dedication.
This year, CBSE has taken a step forward in digital integration. The board has issued six-digit security pins for activating students’ DigiLocker accounts. Schools can download these using their LOC credentials from digilocker.gov.in.
- Mark sheets and passing certificates will be uploaded on DigiLocker.
- Students can download their results online after activating their CBSE Result DigiLocker Accounts.
- To activate their accounts, students have to use their security pins.
This move significantly eases the process of obtaining mark sheets and certificates, especially in the current digital age.
Students can check their marks on results.cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in or digilocker.gov.in using roll number, school number, admit card ID, and date of birth. In addition, results can also be checked on DigiLocker and UMANG apps. The advent of these digital platforms has made access to results a swift and straightforward process.
In conclusion, despite the dip in the national pass percentage, CBSE class 12 results have showcased noteworthy performances. The rise of girls and the exceptional pass percentage in the Trivandrum region are commendable. As we move forward, the digital initiatives and policy changes by CBSE are set to shape the future of education in India.