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Chandigarh behind Panchkula and Mohali in overall pass percentages

As many as 20,719 class XII students from across Tricity had registered with the board, while 16,458 students have cleared the exam.

Girls outshoned boys in the Class XII CBSE results declared on Wednesday.

As many as 20,719 class XII students from across Tricity had registered with the board, while 16,458 students have cleared the exam. Panchkula students secured the highest pass percentage, outshining Chandigarh and Mohali. Panchkula topped the list with 88.13% students having passed. Mohali’s pass percentage was 80.49%, while Chandigarh lagged behind with 78.68%.The overall pass percentage of Tricity is 79.43 %.

While, the pass percentage of Chandigarh shows that girls have outshined boys. Pass percentage of city girls was 82.81% and for the boys, it was 75.41%. In Panchkula, the pass percentage of girls was 94.16% and of the boys it was 83.15%. In Mohali too, girls secured higher scores as compared to boys. Pass percentage of girls was 89.11% and that of boys were 72.51%.

In DPS Sector 40, 80% students scored above 80. The overall percentage of the school was 86.75%. DAV Model School Sector 15 exhibited 92.4% pass result in class XII boards. As many as 262 students had appeared in board exams. In St John’s School, 84 students appeared for the exam while, 14 of Commerce stream and eight of Non Medical stream secured above 90%. In Sacred Heart, Sector 26, of the 152, 141 scored 90% and above.

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In Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sector 31 and 47, 71 students had appeared for the exam and 70 of them passed the exam with a total pass percentage of 99.19%. While, Tricity topper from Non-Medical stream is also from Kendriya Vidyalaya Sector 31. In AKSIP school, 25 students of 148 scored above 90% and above and in Mount Carmel, 47, of 158 students who had appeared, 155 have cleared and 26 students have scored above. In KBDAV-7, 106 students had appeared and 98 of them secured first divisions and 21 scored above 90%.

The Panchkula region which comprises of Haryana, Punjab,Chandigarh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Himachal Pradesh this year witnessed the same pass percentage as of the previous year. The pass percentage in 2012 was 78.92 per cent while, in 2013, it was 82.48 percent which remained the same this year as well.