Posted by: yhaindia | May 22, 2010


For the first time in five years, the pass percentage for Class XII, CBSE, dipped by 1.13% over that of 2009. the number of “high-performers” has vaulted, resulting in a whopping 9,404 merit certificates, compared to 5,712 last year. The number of 90 percenters too has risen by 724 to record an increase of 2.46%.
Beyond that fine print, though, the CBSE results released on Friday held few surprises. Girls raced past boys for the twelfth year in a row, but this time, with an all-time high lead of 9.38%. The margin, a good 1.03% over last year, came even as overall pass percentage among girls fell by 0.66% compared to last year. Girls outshone boys in the merit list too in the results for Delhi, Guwahati and Allahabad regions – 678 girls scored 95% and above as against 524 boys.
The two all-India toppers from Chennai continued yet another trend – the zone, with 92.17 pass percentage, maintained its supremacy over the five others for the fifth year running. Swati Prusty and R Gayatri from DAV Girls Senior Secondary School, Llyods Road, Chennai, each scored 490 marks out of a maximum of 500. There was an upset in the order though, with Delhi ranking second among the zones, slipping past Ajmer (84.67%) with a pass percentage of 84.97.
Delhi and NCR schools, in fact, showed some spirited performances, with 3,928 students scoring 90% and above, second only to Chennai.
More than seven lakh students took the exam this year, the first time CBSE has crossed the mark.

This time we are proud to be such a nation who is keep on progressing day by day, we are truly looking forward towards our young generation for the lead to a new and better nation always.

a hearty congratulation to all students and all the best for their great future ahead. ..YHAI..


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