Updated: June 24, 2020 10:42:28 am
Chhattisgarh Board CGBSE class 10th, 12 result 2020: Over 6.5 lakh students who had appeared for the Chhatisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) class 10 and 12 board exams can check their result at the official website cgbse.nic.in and results.cg.nic.in. This year, a total of 73.62 per cent class 10 students passed while 78.59 per cent have cleared their class 12 exams.
This year, Tikes Vaishnav has secured top position on the higher secondary exams while Shreya Agarwal and Tannu Yadav has got second and third positions respectively.
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Students to secure at least 33 per cent marks to pass the exam, however, this year, since the result is being declared without conducting all the board exams, CGBSE will promote all the students. Students who would be failing in a test or two will be given the needed marks to clear the exam, as per the guidelines released by the board. The CGBSE result has been declared on the basis of internal assessment.
Chhattisgarh Board CGBSE class 10th, 12 result 2020: How to check
Step 1: Visit the official website, cgbse.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the result link
Step 3: Log-in using credentials
Step 4: Result will appear, download
Chhattisgarh Board CGBSE class 10th result 2020
A total number of 3,92,153 students have appeared for their class 10 exams of which 1,70,079 are boys while 2,06,682 are girl candidates. The total passing percentage is 73.62 per cent while 78.38 per cent girls passed and 70.53 per cent boys cleared their class 10 exams.
This year, Pragya Kashyap has topped the state exam securing 100 per cent followed by Prashansha Rajput at 99.33 per cent and
Bharti Yadav at 98.67 per cent.
Similarly, in CG Class 12, a total of 2,77,563 students passed taking the overall pass percentage at 70.69 per cent. A total of 1,40,221 girl students passed scoring 82.02 passing percentage while 1,29,315 boys appeared and scored 74.70 pass percentage. This year’s class 12 topper is Tikesh Vaishnav with 97.80 per cent followed by Shriya Agarwal (97%) and Tanu Yadav (96.06%).
Last year 68.20 per cent students cleared the CGBSE class 10 exam while in class 12, about 78.43 per cent passed. In 2018, 77 per cent cleared class 12 and 68.04 cleared class 10 exam.
In 2019, Nisha Patel topped the class 10 exams by scoring scored 93.33 per cent marks. In class 12, two students – Yogender Verma and Devender Sahu – jointly held the top rank by obtaining 97.40 per cent marks each.
Usually when a student is not satisfied with the marks obtained they can get a copy of their answer sheet by paying Rs 100 and can apply for reevaluation by paying Rs 500 per subject. Since this year, the exams have not been held, these facilities will not be available.
Websites to check 10th, 12th results
The results will be available at the websites- cgbse.nic.in, results.gov.in/ cgresults, results.cg.nic.in at 11 am. Students can also register at indianexpress.com to get results.
Check pass percentage of last year
Last year, over 7.69 lakh students appeared in CGBSE class 10 and class 12 exams. The overall pass percentage for class 12 was 78.43 per cent and for class 10, the overall pass percentage was 68.20 per cent.
Limited answersheets to make students learn how to limit length of answers
Chhattisgarh Board this year limited the distribution of answersheets for the board exams. The board released a notification in this regard in December last year, which stated that no extra sheets will be provided to students appearing in the exams. A 32-page long answer booklet will be given to class 10 students and a 42-page booklet for class 12.
Explaining the move, the board had then stated that it was done to help students practice how to limit the length of their answers.
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