New Delhi, May 2: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results of Class 12 board exam on Thursday, May 2. The top position has been secured by Hansika Shukla from DPS Meerut and Karishma Arora from SD Public School of Ghaziabad. Both of them have obtained 499 marks out of 500.
As many as 94,299 students have obtained 90 per cent marks. A total of 83.4 per cent students have passed this year’s Class 12 board examination.
The students can check their result from any of the official websites of CBSE- cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in or results.nic.in. This year as well, Microsoft had partnered with the CBSE for providing results through their app SMS Organiser app. The initiative is part of a three-year-long collaboration where Microsoft introduced the CBSE results delivered on the mobile phone.
Steps to check CBSE Class 12 board result 2019
Step1- Students should visit the CBSE official website- cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in or results.nic.in.
Step 2- They should click on the ‘Download Result’ link.
Step 3- Registration number and roll number should be entered. The result will get displayed on the screen.
Step 4- Students should download it, and take its printout for future reference.
Trivandrum has emerged as the top performing city with 98.2 pass percentage, while Chennai stands at second place with 92.93 per cent. The third position belongs to the Delhi region with pass percentage of 91.87 per cent.
Girls outshine boys
Girl students emerged as better performers than boys with a gap of whopping nine per cent in the CBSE Class 12 results. As much as 79.4 per cent boys, 83.3 per cent transgender and 88.7 per cent girls have passed the examination.
Topper in specially challenged category
Lavanya Balakrishnan has topped in the children with special need category. A student of Heritage school Gurugram, she has bagged the first position with 489 marks.
CBSE result statistic: 2018 vs. 2017
As many as 11.06 lakh students appeared for Class 12 board exams this year. Out of these, a total of 9,18,763 students have passed the exam.
This year, the pass percentage is increased by one per cent resulting in 83.01 per cent. In 2017, it was 82.02 per cent. This year, as many as 72,599 students have secured 90 per cent and above marks, whereas 12, 737 students have got 95 per cent and above marks.
A total of seven students scored 497/500 and have bagged the third position this year.