CBSE Results 2020 – How does CBSE determine the ranking for students who did not appear in exams? The results released on the site showed a significant increase in the percentage of students scoring above 90% and 95%.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday released the results for the Class XII examinations of 2020. The polls, held in mid-March, were halted due to a nationwide lockdown due to the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic. Of those pending exams, the board decided to hold only 29 “important” papers for classes 10 and 12. However, it was later decided not to hold any pending examinations.
The board devised a formula to determine the scores of papers that students did not write. This formula includes the mean of the best three papers for students who wrote four papers, the average of the best two papers for students who wrote only three, and the practical and project scores for students who wrote less than two.
Last year, out of a total of 12,05,484 candidates, 17,693 candidates or 1.47% scored above 95%. However, this year this percentage has more than doubled to 3.24%. Out of 11,92,961 candidates, 38,686 got the highest marks. Similarly, the number of candidates who scored above 90% increased from 7.82% in 2019 to 13.24% in 2020.
This trend is not only increasing the number of high scorers. This year’s overall pass rate has also increased. This year, 10,59,080 out of 11,92,961 candidates have passed. The overall pass rate is recorded as 88.78%. This is higher than last year’s 83.40% rate. As with all other years, this year’s exam saw the students excel better than the students. The pass rate of students is 92.15%. The pass rate of students is 86.19%.
Transgender people have a pass percentage of 66.67%. Like last year, the best performing area was Thiruvananthapuram with a pass percentage of 97.67%. Although Kendriya Vidyalayas and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas have registered the highest percentage every year, there has been a huge increase in the pass percentage of government schools across the country this year.
Last year, these recorded a pass percentage of 87.17%, this year it has increased to 94.94%. This year, however, the Board has decided not to publish the ‘Toppers List’.
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