CGBSE CG Board 10th, 12th Result 2020: The Chhattisgarh Board Of Secondary Education (CGBSE) declared the class 10 and 12 results today 0 June 23 at the official website, cgbse.nic.in and results.cg.nic.in. The result is being declared without conducting exams. As per the guidelines of the government, students were accessed based on internal assessment.
As many as 73.62 per cent students cleared the high school exam for senior secondary the pass percentage was 78.59. In both the classes girls have outperformed boys. In CGBSE high school result, 76.28 per cent girls and 70.53 per cent boys cleared the exam while in higher secondary 82.02 per cent boys and 74.70 per cent girls cleared the exam.
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Earlier last year, the board had directed that from 2020 onward a limited number of answer sheets will be provided to students appearing for the board exams. As per a notification released in this regard in December last year, the board mentioned that a 32-page long answer booklet would be provided to candidates appearing for the class 10 exams, while a 42-page booklet will be given to class 12 students.
Explaining the move, the board stated that this would help students practice on how to limit the length of their answers.
CGBSE CG Board 10th, 12th Result 2020: When and where to check
As per reports, around 3.84 lakh candidates had appeared in the state class 10 exams, while another 2.66 lakh had sat for the plus-two exams. The students can check their results on June 23 at 11 am at the board’s official website – cgbse.nic.in, results.cg.nic.in and results.nic.in.
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In 2019, around 7.69 lakh students had appeared for the CGBSE board exams. The overall passing percentage for class 12 was 78.43, while it was 68.2 for class 10. Nisha Patel had emerged as the leading scorer in class 10 exams with 93.33 per cent marks, while the first position was shared by Yogender Verma and Devender Sahu in class 12, who scored 97.40 per cent each.
Meanwhile, the state government has decided to conduct exams for the final year college students while the remaining students will be promoted based on internal assessment.
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