The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced Class 12 board examination results on its official website on Friday. Students, who appeared for the exam in April-June, can now check their results on the official website.
As per the official information, more than 95 per cent of students have passed the 12 CBSE exam this year. Girls outshone boys even as the overall pass percentage dipped from last year's 99.37 per cent to 92.71 per cent, officials said on Friday.
The pass percentage of girls stood at 94.54 per cent while that of boys was 91.25 per cent. The transgender candidates’ pass percentage was 100 per cent.
A total of 33,432 students have scored above 95 per cent marks while 1,34,797 have scored 90 per cent marks. Over 67,000 students have been placed in compartment.
The students must also know that they can now also check their results and the official mark sheets for CBSE 12th Results 2022 on the DigiLocker if they had registered for it previously.
Steps to download the CBSE 12th Results 2022
- Visit the official site of CBSE (cbse.gov.in).
- Open the RESULTS section.
- Click on the Results 2022 (Link1/Link 2/Link 3) links.
- Fill in the information that is needed in the form.
- Make sure to check for mistakes.
- Now click Submit.
- Accept the download prompt or print as per your own convenience.
Steps to access the official CBSE 12th Term 2 Results declared on DigiLocker
- Visit the official website of DigiLocker (https://www.digilocker.gov.in/).
- There is a separate link dedicated to the CBSE Class 12th Result.
- Click on the link
- Fill in Roll No. and other details asked in the form.
- Make sure to check again for mistakes.
- Tick on I agree to the terms and conditions.
- And now click on search.
- Now make sure to save, download or print your result as per your own convenience.
While last year the result was declared on basis of a special assessment scheme as exams could not be conducted due to the pandemic, this year the exams were conducted in two terms.
The pass percentage in 2020 was 88.78 per cent while in 2019, it was 83.40 per cent, the CBSE officials said.
The board did not announce a merit list this year as well. It discontinued the merit lists from 2020 when the schools were closed due to pandemics.
Some students and schools claimed they had received the results much earlier than the official announcement.
“The board committee deliberated at length on the discussions of the committee. It was decided to adopt the recommendations and the weightage of first term was fixed at 30 per cent and the second term was fixed at 70 per cent. However, for practical equal weightage was decided to be given for both terms in computation of final results,” a senior board official explained.
The Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) performed the best with 98.93 per cent of students passing the exam followed by schools run by the Central Tibetan School Administration (CTSA) with a 97.96 pass percentage, Kendriya Vidyalayas (97.04 per cent), government aided (94.81 per cent), government schools (93.38 per cent) and private schools (92.20 per cent).