Students can check their result online on the official website – https://results.cbse.nic.in/
Reportedly, 92.71% students passed the exam which was split into two terms amid the pandemic but both the term exams were conducted in offline mode. While Term 1 had objective questions, students answered subjective questions in the second term that concluded on June 15.
CBSE officials said 30% weightage was given to term 1 exams, while 70% weightage was given to the second term.
Kerala’s Trivandrum has recorded the highest pass percentage at 98.83%. Girls outperformed the boys in the class 12 results with the pass percentage for girls of 94.54% beating 91.25% pass percentage for boys.
Over 33,000 students scored above 95%, while 1.34 lakh got above 90%.
Education ministry had said since the CBSE exams were conducted till June 15, it will take a minimum of 45 days to evaluate the exam copies.
However, class 10 board exam results have yet to be declared. The delay in results has paused class 11 admissions in several states such as Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha.