Bengaluru area data second highest cross share in each CBSE Class X and XII outcomes

The area noticed a cross share of 98.16% within the Class XII outcomes and 99.22% within the Class X outcomes

The area noticed a cross share of 98.16% within the Class XII outcomes and 99.22% within the Class X outcomes

The Bengaluru area secured the second place within the Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) Class XII outcomes with a region-wise cross share of 98.16%. The CBSE on Friday introduced the Class XII outcomes with an general cross share of 92.71%.

Trivandrum area stood first within the listing with a cross share of 98.83%. Bengaluru area got here second, adopted by Chennai area within the third place with 97.79%.

Women outperformed boys but once more by 3.29%, whereas transgender individuals stole the present with 100% cross share. Women had a cross share of 94.54%, whereas boys recorded 91.25%.

A complete of 14,35,366 college students appeared for the examination throughout the nation of which 13,30,662 (92.7%) college students have handed the examination. A complete of 33,432 college students or 2.2% college students scored greater than 95% and 1,34,797 or 9.39% of complete candidates scored greater than 90%.

Change in examination sample

This yr, the board had gone in for a change in examination sample and had performed Time period 1 and Time period 2 exams.

The Time period 1 examination, held from November 16, 2021 to December 30, 2021, was a 90 minute goal kind paper. College students took up the 2 and a half hour lengthy paper on the finish of Time period 2, from April 26, 2022 to June 15, 2022, for the remainder of the syllabus. The board had additionally rationalised the syllabus by 30%, owing to the pandemic and the delay within the begin of in-person lessons in lots of states. 

Together with the declaration of the outcomes, the board introduced on Friday that 30% weightage had been given for the Time period 1 paper and 70% weightage for the Time period 2 paper. Practicals, nonetheless, have been given equal weightage in each phrases.

Bengaluru faculties college students have carried out nicely and many colleges have achieved 100% outcomes. Two Class XII college students have scored 498/500 in science stream. Vyaas Ramasubramanian of Narayana E-Techno College, Thubarahalli, and Nikita Kiran from Nationwide Public College, Koramangala, each emerged as high scorers of the State within the science stream.

Some college students secured 99% marks. Edward Nathan Varghese from Delhi Public College East (DPS) from the Science stream, Nikhil Kamra, Nationwide Public College (NPS), Indiranagar from Commerce stream, Tanya Sudheer of CMR Nationwide Public College, HRBR Structure and Cyril Jonathan Clement of DPS East in Humanities secured 495/500.’

Vyaas Ramasubramanian informed The Hindu, “I ensured that I had gone by the NCRT textual content utterly in order that I don’t miss out any of the teachings. I adopted a easy technique of revising the ideas and finishing the assessments on time. My dad and mom and lecturers helped me rather a lot. I wish to turn out to be a physician.’’ He additionally suggested his juniors to not take an excessive amount of stress.

Nikita Kiran mentioned, “I’m proud of this outcome. My dad and mom are software program engineers and I additionally wish to turn out to be a pc engineer. I intention to hitch IISc or IIIT in Bengaluru.”

Cyril Jonathan Clement mentioned, “I’ve secured an admission in College of Washington, Seattle, to pursue political science and atmosphere research. I’m very formidable in regards to the atmosphere and I wish to make investments my skills in creating the atmosphere and serving society.”

Meet Bengaluru’s class XII toppers

CBSE Class X outcome

Bengaluru area carried out nicely within the Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) Class X outcomes and secured the second place with a cross share of 99.22%.

The general cross share for Class X recorded is 94.4%, with Trivandrum on high with 99.68%. Chennai got here third with 98.97%. This yr, of the 21,09,208 candidates registered for Class X exams, 20,93,978 appeared and 19,76,668 managed to clear the identical.

Anika U. Bhat from Nationwide Public College (NPS), Rajajinagar scored 497/500. She scored 100 marks in Sanskrit, Science, Maths and Social Science and 97 in English with complete percentile of 99.4. Venya Velmurugan from Delhi Public College (DPS-East) received 496/500 (99.2%) and Ranjani Aiyyar from NPS, Indiranagar scored 99% of marks.

This yr women have performed higher than boys by 1.41% and pattern of ladies outshining boys has continued this yr too. In Class X, 95.21% women sailed by the exams whereas the share of boys passing is 93.8. Transgenders achieved a 90% outcome this yr.

Talking in regards to the outcome, Anika U. Bhat informed The Hindu, “I used to be a bit upset over dropping three marks, however then I used to be very blissful to see full marks in all different topics. I’m planning to go forward with Laptop Science.”

Venya Velmurugan, mentioned, “I’m involved in Robotics Engineering. So, I wish to crack the JEE. As the long run is all about Synthetic Intelligence (AI), I would love play an essential function to contribute to the world of robotics.”

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