The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results for class 12 at cbseresults.nic.in. Now is the time for students to check their individual score cards. The exam was supposed to take place in May, however it was postponed due to an increase of COVID-19 cases. Because board exams could not be held this year due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, the CBSE 12th results were prepared in a different manner this year.
To finalise the result, the board used a different assessment scheme.
Students can obtain their roll numbers by using the CBSE roll number finder. Exams were not held this year, hence pupils were not given admit cards. As a result, kids are unaware of their roll number.
The CBSE class 12 results will be available on a variety of sites so that students may easily get them. UMANG, DigiLocker, SMS Organiser, and DigiResults are all places where students can check their results.
Also expected is the CBSE 10th grade result. The date and time of the 10th result have likewise not been confirmed by the Board.
This years result –
Girls have performed better than boys this year. 99.67% of the total girl students have cleared the exam.
This year, 0.47 percent of pupils, or 6149 kids, received compartment. This year, the number of students in this group has dropped dramatically. There were over 87,000 students in this group last year.
Students who are checking their grades today should make sure that their marksheet is clear of errors. If they discover a mistake, they must repair it as soon as possible. Observe basic hygienic practises –
- Make sure the names are spelled correctly.
- Examine the subjects and the school’s name.
- Verify that your roll number matches the one provided by the roll number locator.
- Check Calculations totals
- Calculate the percentages
Kendriya Vidyalaya students have broken all records. The government-run schools have achieved a perfect score. JNVs and KVs have long been in a tight race to be named the greatest schools.
While 11.51 percent of pupils received 90 percent or higher in CBSE, 5.37 percent received more than 95 percent.
Transgender applicants’ performance has improved by more than 30%. In 2020, 66.67 percent of transgender students passed the CBSE 12th grade, and this year, they received a perfect score.
The CBSE 12th result, which was created under an alternative evaluation policy, is 10.59 percent higher than the board’s record in 2020, when 88.78 percent of all pupils passed the exam.
This year, 99.37 percent of pupils passed the CBSE class 12 exam, with the results calculated under an alternative assessment policy.
The results for 1304561 pupils have been released.