CBSE 2023 Results out: 87.33% passed in India, Trivandrum highest at 99.91%

There are 21,86,940 pupils enrolled in class 10, and there are 16,96,770 applicants enrolled in class 12

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is planning to make the announcement of the results for the Class 10 and Class 12 examinations for the academic year 2023 during the month of May. This year, a total of 38,83,710 students participated in the CBSE board exam, and the following is a breakdown of those participants by category: There are 21,86,940 pupils enrolled in class 10, and there are 16,96,770 applicants enrolled in class 12. Once the results have been published on the official websites, which can be found at cbse.gov.in and cbseresults.gov.in, the students will be able to verify their own scores using those websites. In addition to the official websites that are managed by CBSE, students also get access to their scores via the UMANG and DigiLocker mobile apps. Both of these platforms are mobile-friendly.
In order to pass the theoretical exam for certain classes and achieve a passing grade on the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2023, a student has to score a minimum of 26 marks out of 80 total possible marks. This section contains the criteria that must be met in order to pass the test. In addition to this, the student has to get a score that is equal to or higher than 33 percent in each section of the test in order to pass it. The examinations for Class 10 were conducted by the board throughout the period beginning on February 15 and ending on March 21 of this year. Between the 15th of February and the 5th of April, students in Class 12 were given the opportunity to take their board exams.

As a whole, 87.33 percent of students in Class 12 were successful in passing their exams. Trivandrum is reportedly the best-performing region in CBSE Class 12 Board exam 2023 results with a pass percentage of 99.91%

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