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School Education Minister declared 10th and 12th Board Exam results

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73.62% students cleared High School Exam, including 76.28% girls and 70.53% boys

Raipur, June 24

School Education Minister Dr Prem Sai Singh Tekam declared the results of High School and Higher Secondary Certificate Main Exam 2020, organized by CGBSE, from CHIPS office.

Result of High School Exam has been 73.62 and that of Higher Secondary Exam has been 78.59. On the occasion, Chairman CGBSE Dr Alok Shukla, Secretary Professor VK Goyal, and members of the board were also present. Dr Tekam congratulated the students for clearing the exams and wished them bright future ahead.

He said that failure is the key of success. Hence, the students who could not pass the exams should not get disheartened and rather work harder to achieve success. Dr Tekam informed that the results of high school have improved by 5.42% compared to last year and that of higher secondary school exam has improved by 0.16% compared to the results of previous year.

School Education Minister informed that in the high school certificate main exam 2020 organized by CGBSE, total 3 lakh 92 thousand 153 candidates were registered, out of which 3 lakh 84 thousand 761 had appeared for the exam including one lakh 78 thousand 079 boys and 2 lakh 06 thousand 682 girls. Out of these, exam results of 3 lakh 84 thousand 599 candidates have been declared.

Total number of students who have passed the exams is 2 lakh 83 thousand 157 i.e. 73.62%. Percentage of girls who have passed the exams is 76.28 and percentage of boys clearing the exam is 70.53%.

School Education Minister informed that nearly one lakh 26 thousand 384 (32.86%) students who have scored in first division, one lakh 42 thousand 983 (37.18%) in second division and 13 thousand 788 (3.59%) have scored under third division. Nearly 25 thousand 487 students are eligible for supplementary exam.

Results of total 162 candidates have been withheld due to various reasons. This includes 39 candidates in cheating cases and 117 candidates not fulfilling eligibility criteria for exam results. Besides, results of six candidates will be declared later.

Dr. Tekam informed that last year, total 3 lakh 84 thousand 664 candidates had appeared for high school certificate main exam, including one lakh 79 thousand boys and 2 lakh 4 thousand 959 girls. 68.20% of these candidates had cleared the exam. In this way, results have improved by 5.42% this year.

School Education Minister said that total 2 lakh 77 thousand 563 candidates had enrolled for higher secondary school certificate exam 2020, out of which 2 lakh 75 thousand 736 had appeared for the exam. This included one lakh 29 thousand 315 boys and one lakh 46 thousand 421 girls, out of which results of 2 lakh 75 thousand 495 candidates has been declared.

Number of candidates who have passed the exams is 2 lakh 16 thousand 526 i.e. 78.59%. Percentage of girls who have passed the exam is 82.02% and that of boys is 74.70. Out of the total number of students who had appeared in the exam, 72 thousand 385 (26.27%) have scored in first division, one lakh 34 thousand 631 (48.87%) in second division, and 9493 (3.45%) in third division. 17 candidates have been promoted in the ‘pass’ category. 34 thousand 880 candidates are eligible for supplementary exam.

Exam results of 241 candidates have been withheld due to various reasons. This includes 70 candidates caught in cheating cases, 168 lacking eligibility for exam results and one due for re-checking. Besides, results of two candidates will be declared later.

Dr Tekam informed that last year, total 2 lakh 60 thousand 521 candidates had appeared for higher secondaru school certificate exam, which included one lakh 24 thousand 370 boys and one lakh 36 thousand 151 girls. Percentage of students clearing the exam was 78.43. In this way, results this year have improved by 0.16%.

School Education Minister said that for higher secondary professional examination 2020 held by the board, total 1677 candidates had enrolled, out of which 1660 had appeared for the exam, including 1037 boys and 623 girls.

Number of students, who have passed the exam, is 1520, which is 91.63% of the total number of students that had appeared for the exam. Results of 2 candidates have been cancelled due to lack of eligibility. Dr Tekam informed that last year, total 1931 students had appeared for the higher secondary professional course main exam, including 1206 boys and 725 girls.

98.80% of the number of students appeared had passed the exam. He said that number of exam centers established for high school exams were 2304, higher secondary exam 2212 and for higher secondary professional exam 65 exam ceters and 28 coordination centers were made.

As per the orders of Chhattisgarh Government’s School Education Department, bonus maks have been awarded to 1777 candidates in high school exam, 1721 candidates of higher secondary exam and 09 students candidates of higher secondary profesional exam, i.e. total 3507 students have been awarded bonus marks.

Exam results are available on CGBSE website www.cgbse.nic.in and http://results.gov.in/cgresults, www.results.cg.nic.in.

CM Baghel congratulates students

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has extended congratulations and good wishes to all the meritorious students as well as the students who have passed 10th/12th board exams with flying colours. Chhattisgarh Secondary Education Board has released resullts of 10th and 12th board exams today.

Chief Minister congratulated the students, who have successfully cleared High School Certificate Main Exam 2020 and Higher Secondary School Certificate Main Exam 2020 as well as the Higher Secondary Professional Examination 2020, and wished them a bright future.He said that the way students have successfully completed this important phase of life, we wish that they would continue to succeed in every aspect of life the same way, glorifying the name of their schools, villages, cities, state and the entire country.

Chief Minister consoled the students, who could not get expected results, to be patient and start preparing again with courage and hard work. This will help them succeed in exams as well as in life. Chief Minister congratulated teachers and parents for better results this year.

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