CBSE class 12 results out, Delhi girl M Gayatri scores 99.2%; Mythili Mishra from Noida gets 99%

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The CBSE Board class 12th exam results 2015 are out! Just like the previous years, the girls have outperformed the boys. Overall pass percentage this year 82 per cent. New Greenfield Public School, Delhi student M Gayatri has topped the CBSE Class 12 Board Examination. She has secured 496 marks out of a total 500.The pass percentage was 87.5 per cent among girls and 77.7 per cent among boys. Thiruvananthapuram region recorded the highest pass percentage 95.41 per cent. Last year also the pass percentage was 82.70. This year 1,040,368 students appeared for the CBSE class 12th (XII) examination marking an increase of about 1.2 percent over that of last year.

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M Gayatri of New Green Field School in Saket, Delhi, has scored the highest marks in the CBSE Class 12 exams this year, according to reports so far. She scored a total of 496 out of 500 (99.2%). Mythili Mishra from Amity International School, Noida, has scored 495 out of 500.Last year’s topper, Sarthak Aggarwal scored a total of 99.6%: the highest ever in CBSE Class 12.

In the results announced today, girls have once again outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 87.56%. Boys scored a distant 77.77%. The overall pass percentage this year is 82%. Last year it was a shade better at 82.70%.The pass percentage of Chennai region, which includes Mumbai, dipped to 91.4% this year from 92.89%, but it bagged the second position across the country. Alrice Dorine Alva from Don Bosco School, Navi Mumbai, made it to the national merit list with 471 out of 500, scoring 94.2%.

Girls once again fared better than boys in the region with pass percentage of 92.13%, while boys registered 90.32% . This was in keeping with last year’s trend, with girls scoring 93.13% and boys lagging behind with a little over 90%.

Results can also be obtained through SMS and Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS), the deatils for which have been mentioned in the graphic below.

As many as 10,29,874 students appeared for the exam this year, with 6,03,064 boys and 4,26,810 girls.

The board has advised schools under the Delhi region to collect the results from the office of the respective zonal office of Deputy Director of Education after the declaration of the results.

Officials said the results of CBSE’s class 10 examination would also be announced in a couple of days.

The board, in its statement, added that post-result counselling would begin on Monday and continue till June 8, for which it has provided a toll-free number.

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