Girls outperform in boards again with 93.31 % of success rate
New Delhi: Girls have once again performed well in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X examinations. Girls had also scored higher than boys in class XII examination. Thiruvananthapuram stood at the top of the country in the tenth board exams as they had done in the twelfth boards.
According to a press released of the CBSC on Wednesday, 187,315 students from 20,387 schools appeared in the examination at 5377 centers this year, of which 91.46 percent passed and 0.36 percent result this year as compared to the previous year.
This year 93.31 percent of girls have succeeded while 90.14 percent of boys have passed. Thus, 3.17% more girls have passed this year. Thiruvananthapuram was at the forefront with 99.28% results. Guwahati’s result was the lowest at 79.12%.
Among the schools in the country, Kendriya Vidyalaya stood at the top of the table with 99.23 percent result, while Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya stood second with 98.66 percent and Government School was fifth with 80.91 percent and Government aided school with 77.7 percent.
This year, 18 lakh 4358 students secured more than 90% marks, while 41,804 students secured more than 95% marks. Thus, their number has decreased compared to the previous year. According to the release, East Delhi’s result in the national capital Delhi was 85.79% while Delhi West’s result was 85.96%.