The outcomes of Class X and XII examinations carried out by the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Training (CGBSE) have been declared on Saturday, with women outshining boys within the total go share.

Asserting the outcomes right here on the Board workplace, state College Training Minister Premsai Singh Tekam stated the full go share within the Class XII exams was 79.30 per cent whereas it was 74.23 per cent for the Class X exams.

“Within the Class XII exams, women have recorded a go share of 81.15 per cent, whereas 77.03 per cent of boys have handed. Within the Class X exams, 78.84 per cent women handed. This determine for boys stood at 69.07 per cent,” Tekam stated.

A complete of two,92,611 college students had registered for CGBSE Larger Secondary College Certificates Examination (twelfth) this yr, however solely 2,87,673 college students, comprising 1,29,213 boys and 1,58,460 women, appeared, he stated, including that outcomes of two,87,485 college students have been declared, of which 2,27,991 (79.30 computer) handed.

He stated 3,75,694 common college students registered for CGBSE Excessive College Certificates Examination (tenth) out of which 3,63,301 college students, comprising 1,71,539 boys and 1,91,762 women, sat for the exams.

Outcomes of three,63,007 college students have been declared, with 2,69,478 (74.23 computer) passing, Tekam stated, including that outcomes of the remaining college students within the two exams have been withheld as a consequence of numerous causes.

“Within the Class X and XII benefit checklist, women fared higher than boys. Out of twenty-two college students who made it to the Class XII benefit checklist, 13 are women. Out of 71 college students within the benefit checklist of the Class X exams, 52 are women,” he knowledgeable.

Within the Class XII examination, with 98.20 per cent, Kunti Sao of Adarsh Gramya Bharati HS College Pussore, Raigarh has secured prime place adopted by Khushboo Wadhwani of St Joseph Convent English Medium HS College Bilaspur with 96.40 per cent.
Renuka Chandra of Sanskar Eng Med HS College Jami Jaipur, Janjgir-Chammpa bagged third rank with 95.80 per cent.

Within the Class X examination, Suman Patel of Mona Trendy HS College Baramkela (Raigarh) and Sonali Bala of Authorities HS College Gundamhur in Naxal-hit Kanker district have topped with 98.67 per cent, whereas six college students bagged second place with 98.17 per cent and 4 college students secured third place with 98 p.c, he stated.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel congratulated the scholars who handed and requested those that didn’t not get disillusioned however work tougher for higher outcomes subsequent time.

The CM had earlier introduced that meritorious college students within the Class 10 and Class 12 board examinations might be rewarded with a helicopter trip.

District-wise toppers in each the board examinations may even be rewarded with a chopper trip by the state authorities, Baghel had stated.

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