There is an improvement in pass percentage of Bhubaneswar region this year compared to last year’s 93.2 per cent. Trivandrum region has recorded the highest pass percentage (99.89) among 16 regions of the CBSE.
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This year CBSE had cancelled the examinations because of Covid-19 restrictions. The results have been published after assessing performance of the students in Class X, Class XI and internal examinations of Class XII. This year, merit list will not be prepared by the board for Class XII-2021 result.
Many schools in the state have fared well in the Class XII result. But some of the schools are yet to get their results. Thongkholet Mate, regional officer of CBSE’s Bhubaneswar region, said first phase results have been published and second phase results will come on August 5.
CBSE sources said the results of around 1060 new schools is still under process. So, results of around 60,000 students of these schools and some few other schools from across the country will be shown ‘Results Later’. Results of these schools and students will be declared within a week’s time, it added.
This time, CBSE is issuing a combined marksheet cum certificate to the students of Class XII in place of separate marksheet and passing certificate. For the first time, CBSE is also giving access to schools on CBSE’s academic repository -Parinam Manjusha to download digital academic documents of their students through DigiLocker.
Dibyam Parida, a student of Pokhariput DAV public school, expressed happiness over his Class XII result. “I was worried for my result. When I get 92.6 per cent, I found that the alternative assessment is fine. I was also expecting this much only,” he added.
Mona Lisa Bal, chairperson, KiiT International School, said, “Keeping the current situation in mind and giving priority to everyone’s health, the Board had presented the best possible solution. It took into consideration the overall performance of the candidate through the most important years of a student’s schooling. There is a possibility that some aspiring toppers might get affected with the results, but the Board has given them a fair chance of taking the examinations once the situation gets better. Hence, it is a well-balanced approach the Board adopted.”