The Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the Class 12 result. Students can check their results on the official websites: cbse.gov.in, results.cbse.nic.in. CBSE held the class 12 board exams in two stages this year. The first trimester exam was held in November and December 2021 and the second trimester exam was held in April.
CBSE announced the final results based on the weighting of exam scores from Sessions 1 and 2 in 2022. In the theory section, 30% weighting is given to Session 1 and 70% to Session 2. The report card will contain information on grades achieved throughout the academic year, including those for project work, practice tests and pre-internship exams.
CBSE 2022 Result 12: How to Check
Step 1 – Visit official websites at cbse.gov.in or cbseresults.nic.in
Step 2 – Click on the designated link CBSE Class 12 result 2022
Step 3 – Enter the required credentials
Step 4 – Submit and Upload CBSE 2022 Result
Step 5 – Take a hard copy for future reference.
- Alternatively, students have the option of checking their CBSE Term 2 results through the DigiLocker app or the UMANG website or app.
- Both apps can be downloaded from the Play Store. Students must enter the required credentials to log in and access their scorecard.
Exams were canceled last year due to the pandemic. 13,69,745 regular candidates had registered for the CBSE Class 12 exam. The pass rate was 99.37%. The girls passed with a pass rate of 99.67%, while the boys passed with a pass rate of 99.13.
This year, 33,432 applicants, or 2.33% of the total, scored above 95%, compared to 70,004 (or 5.73%) in 2021. About 1.3 lakh of applicants, or 9.39% of all candidates scored above 90%. An overall approval rating of 92.71%. That's significantly lower than last year's pass rate when board exams had to be canceled following the second wave of the Covid19 pandemic.
This difference in performance between 2021 and 2022 is also evident in the number of students who scored 95% or higher. In 2021, the board compiled results for class 12 students using a complex formula that took into account student performance at school as well as class 10 board exams.
The board relied on the results of pupils in their Class X Board Examinations, Class XI Final Examinations, Class XII internal tests and examinations taken at schools during the year and the results of internal assessment and board practice exam.
To prevent what happened in 2021 from happening again, for the 2021-22 academic year, the Council has held two exams for students in class 10 and class 12. The results announced for the class 12 assign a 30% weight to student performance. the 1st session exam taken from November to December last year and the 2nd session exam taken in April and May this year.
As in recent years, the CBSE said it would not announce a merit list of the best to “avoid unhealthy competition”. However, he said he will award merit certificates to the top 0.1% of students in the subjects. To prevent what happened in 2021 from happening again, for the 2021-22 academic year, the Council has organized two exams for students in class 10 and class 12.
The results announced for class 12 give 30% weight to student performance in the Term 1 exam held from November to December last year and the Semester 2 exam held in April and May this year. As in recent years, the CBSE said it would not announce a merit list of the best to “avoid unhealthy competition”.
However, he said he will award merit certificates to the top 0.1% of students in the subjects. Overall, girls performed better than boys with a national pass rate of 94.54%. The children recorded a national approval rating of 91.25%.
In an unusual move, the central board of secondary education (CBSE) announced the tentative date for next year's Class 12 exams. It will take place from February 15, 2023. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to reinstate the pre-pandemic single exam format from next school year, which means that classes 10 and 12 of the board exams are not likely to be split in two parts.
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