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CBSE 12th Results 2020: JNV got highest pass percentage, outperform private schools

CBSE 12th Results 2020: This year, JNV schools got the highest pass percentage of 98.70 per cent and outperformed KV, CTSA, government and private schools.

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CBSE 12th Results 2020: JNV got highest pass percentage, outperform private schools

CBSE 12th Results 2020: Central Board of Secondary Education, or CBSE has announced CBSE Class 12 results today at 12:35 PM. This year, JNV schools got the highest pass percentage of 98.70 per cent and outperformed KV, CTSA, government and private schools.

The lowest pass percentage was secured by private schools. A total of 1192961 students can check their CBSE class 12th results 2020 by visiting the official website now.

CBSE Class 12 results 2020: School type-wise pass percentage

  • JNV – 98.70
  • KV – 98.62
  • CTSA – 98.23
  • Government schools – 94.94
  • Govt. Aided – 91.56
  • Independent schools – 88.22

CBSE Class 12th Results 2020: Region-wise performance

This year, the Trivandrum region has performed better by scoring the highest pass percentage of 97.67. Bengaluru and Chennai stood at second and third rank with a pass percentage of 97.05 and 96.17, respectively.

While the lowest pass percentage of 74.57 is secured by Patna preceded by Prayagraj whose pass percentage is 82.49.

CBSE results 2020 class 12 – Region-wise pass percentage

  • Trivandrum – 97.67
  • Bengaluru – 97.05
  • Chennai – 96.17
  • Delhi West – 94.61
  • Delhi East – 94.24
  • Panchkula – 92.52
  • Chandigarh – 92.04
  • Bhubaneswar – 91.46
  • Bhopal – 90.95
  • Pune – 90.24
  • Ajmer – 87.60
  • Noida – 84.87
  • Guwahati – 83.37
  • Dehradun – 83.22
  • Prayagraj – 82.49
  • Patna – 74.57

This year, due to the prevailing situation, the Board would not release the merit list/ toppers list. Students can check their CBSE class 12 results from the official website of the Board —cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in.

Earlier, the CBSE Board cancelled all the pending papers for Classes 10 and 12 that were to be held between July 1 to 15 and announced that the board results will be declared by July 15 based on the new assessment scheme.

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