The cross proportion within the CBSE class 12 examination has gone up by over 9 proportion factors towards the pre-pandemic educational session of 2018-19 whereas a major soar has been seen within the variety of candidates scoring above 95 and 90 computer marks.

This yr, the category 12 cross proportion stands at 92.71 per cent with 33,432 candidates having scored above 90 per cent and 1,34,797 above 95 computer.

Related tendencies have been witnessed within the class 10 outcomes, introduced by the board on Friday. The board officers, nonetheless, claimed that this educational session was a “particular one” and can’t be in contrast with earlier periods.

“COVID, non-conduct of lessons, holding examinations two occasions, conducting an goal sort examination, giving replies on OMRs, analysis by faculties and so on, has made this session a particular one and thus it can’t be in contrast with any of the earlier periods,” CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj stated.

In 2021, the cross proportion in school 12 stood at 99.37 per cent, the best ever recorded by the Central Board of Secondary Schooling (CBSE). The last-year outcome was declared on the idea of a particular evaluation scheme as no exams had been performed because of the pandemic.

Equally, in 2020, the exams had been mid-way when a nationwide lockdown was introduced to include the unfold of COVID-19 and outcomes had been introduced in a while the idea of an evaluation scheme which took into consideration college students’ efficiency within the exams performed earlier than the lockdown. The cross proportion that yr stood at 88.78.

In 2019 i.e. earlier than the outbreak of the virus, the cross proportion was recorded at 83.40, whereas the figures in 2018, 2017 and 2016 stood at 83.01, 82.02 and 83.05, respectively.

The same soar has been seen within the variety of candidates scoring greater than 90 and 95 per cent.

Compared to the 2019 determine, the variety of candidates scoring above 90 and 95 cents has gone up by no less than 40,000 and 15,000, respectively, in 2022.

In 2020 and 2021, 1,57,934 and 1,50,152 candidates scored above 90 per cent, and 38,686 and 70,004 scored above 95 per cent.

These numbers had been comparatively low in 2019 and the previous years.

In 2019, 17,693 scored 95 plus and 94,299, 90 plus.

In 2018, the variety of 95 and 90 computer scorers stood at 12,737 and 72,599, respectively.

For the primary time, the CBSE exams had been performed in two phrases. Whereas the primary time period was performed in November-December in 2021, the second time period was held in Could-June.

A weightage of 30 per cent has been given to first time period marks whereas 70 computer weightage has been accorded to the second time period marks.

In school 10, the cross proportion this yr is 94.4, which is 4.64 proportion factors decrease than final yr’s 91.46. In 2019, the cross proportion was 91.10 computer.

The variety of candidates scoring above 95 per cent has elevated by over 7,000, with 64,908 college students falling within the bracket. Equally, the variety of college students scoring between 90 and 95 per cent has gone up by over 36,000 from final yr’s 2,00,962. A complete of two,36,993 candidates have scored between 90 and 95 per cent this yr.

In 2019, a complete of twenty-two,5143 candidates had scored above 90 per cent whereas 57,256 candidates had scored above 95 computer marks.

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