The CBSE board has declared the results for over 14 lakh students earlier today, this has been the first-ever result without exams. The results would be available to download from the cbse.nic.in and the students can also get the mark sheets from digilocker.gov.in.
The CBSE board results of 2021 had been computed on the basis of the student’s performance in their class 12 internals, class 10 finals, and their class 11 finals.
The formula was made after a lot of debate by the board for the year 2021, and for the year 2022 batch, a new assessment formula had been created.
This year 11.51 per cent of students had received 90 per cent and above marks, and over 5.37 per cent of students received more than 95 per cent in the CBSE board exams. However the number of 90 per cent scorers has been the same as the previous year, but the number of scorers in the 95 to 100 per cent scorers is almost double.
The number of 90% scores is the same as last year but the number of students in the 95-100% bracket is almost double.
The result was expected to be better than the previous years this time as over 1.5 lakh students received 90 per cent marks in the previous year. The CBSE board had asked the schools to moderate the marks and rationalize the scores as reports had suggested that many schools gave high marks. However, the number of students scoring above 90 per cent has been expected to be high.
For the college admissions, the cut-off would go up, and the Board has more than 1.5 lakh students in the 90 per cent above bracket in 2021. In the previous year, the cut-off of Delhi University admissions went up to 100 per cent, however, there has been no formula or scheme released by the university for rationalizing the cut-off for this year.
The rise in the 90 per cent scorers had been seen by many boards including the CBSE board.
The girls have done better than boys, although the pass percentage for girls has been at 99.67 per cent and for boys has been at 99.13 per cent, but the difference is almost 0.54 per cent.