The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results for the Class XII examinations for the academic year 2021-22 today. The Trivandrum region has registered a pass % of 98.83% as against the national numbers of 92.71%. The pass percentage for Class X is 99.68% for Trivandrum region, while 94.40% passed overall.
The Board examination for the academic year 2021-22 were conducted by the CBSE in two terms: the first term was conducted in November – December, 2021 and consisted of a 90 minutes examination, covering half the syllabus. The Term 2 examinations were conducted from April to June, 2022 and covered the second half of the syllabus. These examinations were for a duration of 2 and a half hours for each paper.
The CBSE results have been prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the students in both terms of the examination. The weightage of marks for Term 1 is 30% and Term 2 is 70% for all theory papers while equal weightage has been given to practical marks. The Board has also announced that owing to improvement in the global pandemic situation, the 2023 examinations will be conducted from 15th February, 2023.
Like most years, this year too, girls have outperformed boys, with a pass percentage of 94.54% as against 91.25% for boys in class XII while in Class X 95.21% girls and 93.80% boys have passed . 9.39% students have scored above 90%, while 2.33% have scored above 95% in Class XII.
Students can access their results at the following websites:
Students may also use the mobile app, UMANG in order to access their results. CBSE will also provide digital copies of the students’ marksheets, migration certificates, skill certificates etc through Digilocker. The student’s Digilocker app is protected by a PIN, the student wise list of which has been provided to each school’s Digilocker, which the school can then download and disseminate among the students.
The CBSE has also announced that it will issue merit certificates to 0.1% of students who have secured the highest marks in the subjects. Further, CBSE has revised the syllabus for classes 9 to 12. Since 2020, the board exams are being held based on a syllabus curtailed by 30 per cent. The Board has announced that it will now go back to the original syllabus.