June 5, 2023

New Delhi. The Central Board of Secondary Education, i.e. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE) on Monday released the result of class 12. With this, the wait for millions of students is also over. This year’s result has been better than last year. This year, the total pass percentage was 88.78 per cent as compared to 83 per cent last year. Also this year the pass percentage of girls is more than boys.

No student failed
But apart from this, another special provision has been made this year. This year, no failures will be written on the marksheet of any student, but the essential repeat will be written on the marksheet of students who have not completed the criterion of passing. This provision is currently done for this year. This means that such students will be given the opportunity to appear in the examination to be done later. Please tell that the board has said that whenever the government feels that the conditions arising due to the corona have become normal, the examination will be conducted in the same way.

Results have been released under the Alternate Assessment Scheme

Let us know that this year’s result has been released under the assessment assessment scheme. In which the students who were able to appear in the examination of more than three subjects, their best three subject and the students who were able to appear in the examination of three subjects, are given marks under the Best to Subject Scheme. Actually, due to the corona virus spreading in the country, CBSE had to stop the examination in between. Later, the scheme for conducting the examination of the remaining subjects from July 1 to July 15 was issued. But some students’ parents did not find it safe in view of their health. The petition was filed in the Supreme Court. The court asked the board to reconsider this, so that CBSE canceled the exam and announced the result by July 15.