CBSE released the Class 10 and 12 Board Results at 2 PM IST to the surprise of the candidates who were expecting the results to be declared on 29th July.
Students of Class X CBSE Pass With Flying Colors
With nearly 35 lakh students registered for the CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education examinations all across India, the results were announced by the officials at 2 PM on 22nd July without any prior notice.
With the tally of total students appearing for the 2022 Class 10 CBSE students being 2093978, a total of 1976668 students have passed, securing a 94.40% pass percentage. Trivandrum has secured the best pass percentage of 99.68% followed by Bengaluru with a 99.2% passing rate. Meanwhile, Guwahati stands at the bottom of the pass percentage table with 82.23% of students passing.
Girls have performed marginally better than their contemporary boys by securing a passing mark of 95.21% while 93.80% of boys had passed. To the delight, 90% of transgender candidates who appeared for the examinations had passed as well. 5.14% of registered examinees have been registered for the Compartmental Examinations with the total count being around 107689.
The JVU or Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya has created a record by securing the best pass percentage amongst schools with 99.71% of the students passing with flying colors. Amongst the foreign schools that follow the Central Board of Secondary Education, 97.29% of the 24843 students have passed their exams. A significant improvement was also noted in the results of Children With Special Needs who performed exceptionally well in their exams.
Weightage Criteria On The Basis Of Results
According to reports, unlike the CISCE the CBSE has decided to formulate a systematic format of calculating the final results on the basis of specific weightage allotted to both Terms. While the First Term Examinations that were Multiple Choice Questions had a 30% weightage, Term 2 Examinations that were mostly subjective and written long answer questions had a 70% weightage contributing to the final theory marks.
However, the practicals and projects had a 50% weightage per term.
Brilliant Results and Toppers List
Students have excelled in their examinations with a brilliant range of percentages that make them and their families proud. Nearly 236993 students scored 90% and above with 3.10% of the total students achieving above 95%. Although the national passing rate had dropped, an increase in the 90% and above percentile of students in comparison to 2021 and 2020 was recorded by the CBSE Board Officials.
In a surprising turn of decisions, the CBSE Board has decided to not publish a Toppers or Merit List to prevent the rat-race competition among students and their parents. They have refused to provide a list with students ranking 1st, 2nd, and 3rd nationwide from their board. No divisions or ranks shall hence be allotted.
Words of Appreciation by the Prime Minister Himself
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, took to his social media platform on Twitter to congratulate all the students who secured passing marks in the examination. He appreciated their dedication and grit which led to their excellent results.
He even extended his wishes to the class XII students addressing them as his young friends. However, he also shared a word of encouragement to those who were disappointed with their results. He wrote that one examination could never define a student’s life, career, or success.
How To Check the Results Online
Students who have not yet checked out their results should follow the steps below to find their official certificate –
- Go to the official site of CBSE at https://cbseresults.nic.in/
- Click on the official links given on the site for classes X and XII respectively
- Enter the details of Roll No, Admit Card ID, and School Number in the following respective fields
- Submit and view the results of the candidates
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