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CBSE announces class 12 board results, 87.33% passed
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CBSE announces class 12 board results, 87.33% passed

| @indiablooms | 12 May 2023, 01:02 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results for the class 12 board examinations on Friday.

87.33% of the total students who appeared for the examination passed.

Around 16.9 lakh students appeared for the class 12 CBSE examination this year.

The examination was conducted between February 15 and April 5.

With 90.68% pass percentage, girls have outshined boys in this year's CBSE examination.

Kerala's capital Thiruvananthapuram has recorded the highest pass percentage with 99.91%.

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan congratulated the students in a tweet which reads, "Heartily congratulate my young friends who have cleared the #CBSE Class XII examinations. It is a moment to rejoice the success and cherish the fruits of hard work that you put all year round. Best wishes for a happy and bright future."

Pradhan added, "Many friends might not have met expectations. I appeal to them to not lose heart. One examination does not define a person’s ability. Keep working hard and chase your dreams. Success comes to those who never give up."

"Over the years, a striking feature of the results have been the performance of girl students. Gladdening to learn that this years also girls have outshone boys. More reasons for us as a society to remove all barriers to girls’ education."

 

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