CBSE Class-12 results: Bhubaneswar region records 91.46% result

Ruben Fields
July 13, 2020

Discussing his CBSE board exam preparation routine, Singh said: "I did not follow any strict routine while studying". Lucknow girl, Divyanshi Jain has scored a flawless 100 in each subject. These students appeared in exams of only one or two subjects. The board had also informed the top court the class 10th and class 12th board exam results will be declared on the basis of the new assessment scheme announced by it. As per it, Diyanshi has managed to score 100 out of 100 in all her 6 subjects that are English, Sanskrit, History, Geography, Insurance, and Economics.

Speaking with Hindustan Times, the 18-year-old said, "This is unbelievable".

With an "unbelievable" performance, she has chose to pursue History (Hons) from Delhi University. "She appeared in five out of six exams".

Divyanshi Jain celebrating her success with her family members. Her father is a businessman and her mother is a homemaker. She gave the credit of her success to her parents and teachers. The youngster said she focused more on NCERT books rather than solving guides.

A total of 1,57,934 scored above 90 per cent and 38,686 scored above 95 per cent.

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The CBSE will likely declare the class 10th board examination results on July 13, as per reports.

Technical Glitch: The website reported technical glitches, putting students looking to access their results from home, at inconvenience. Also, candidates can check it through the Interactive Voice Response system (IVRS).

While the girls scored 92.15 pass per cent, the boys trailed behind at 86.19 per cent. The pass percentage of transgender students is 66.67 per cent.

Also, the overall pass percentage for class 12 boards stands to be 88.78%. On the other hand, 7.35% of candidates have got a compartment.

This year, the CBSE has recorded an increase of 5.38 per cent in pass percentage as compared to last year.

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