This year 99.37 per cent students have passed in CBSE Class 12 examination, this year 99.13 per cent boys and 99.67 per cent girls have passed. . This year 99.37 percent students have passed. This year 99.13 percent boys and 99.67 percent girls have passed. Importantly, 17,016 foreign students appeared in the examination, of which 99.92 per cent passed. So 5.37 percent students have got more than 95 percent marks in aggregate.
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On the declaration of CBSE results, PM Modi also congratulated the students and wished them a bright future. PM Modi tweeted that this year students appearing for class 12 board exams have done so in unprecedented circumstances. The world of education has seen a lot of changes in the last one year. Still, he tried his best to adapt to the new situation. They are proud.
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The board exams were canceled this year during the aggressive second wave of COVID-19 and the results have been declared on the basis of an alternative evaluation policy. The board evaluated the students by adopting a 30:30:40 formula based on the results of class 10, 11 and 12 examinations respectively. The standard 10 and 11 final result and class 12 pre-board examination were given 40% weightage.
So some students were annoyed with the marking formula and wanted to give more weightage by looking at the performance of standard-12. However, the Supreme Court’s decision to accept the marking formula fell flat. It is noteworthy that the CBSE had decided to cancel the Class 12 examinations on June 1. After this many states followed CBSE.
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