The results announced by the board on Friday show that the number of candidates who scored more than 5 per cent has increased from 68 last year to 0.004 this year.
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However, the number of students who scored between 90-95 percent has dropped from 1,57,934 last year to 1,50,152 this time. A total of 13.69 lakh regular candidates registered for the Class XII examination this year.
The board announced the results this year on the basis of an alternative assessment policy after the test was completely canceled in the wake of the aggressive second wave of Covid-1 of.
Last year, the test had to be partially canceled after a nationwide lockdown was announced to prevent the spread of Covid-1 of. Results are announced based on scores for subjects for which tests have already been conducted.
However, the number of students who scored above p5 pc in 2020 is more than double the number 1 double, 6 in 2019-2019. Similarly, the number of students who scored above 90 percent also increased from 94,000 in 2019 to about 1.6 million in 2020.
This year, CBSE has achieved the highest pass percentage of 99.37, with girls ahead of boys by a thin margin of 0.54 pcs.
According to the policy adopted by a 1-member panel of the board, the theory paper evaluation formula is 30 per cent for 10th class, 30 per cent for class 11 marks and 40 per cent of the marks obtained in class 12 units, mid-term, pre-board examination.
The board made it clear that since the material, including grades 11 and 12, would be provided at the school level, they would not be strictly comparable in schools due to differences in question paper quality, assessment standards and process. , Methods of conducting tests among others.
“Therefore, to ensure standardization, each school needs to moderate numbers internally for school level variation using a reliable reference standard.
The board’s policy states, “Subject-wise scores assessed by the school for 2020-2021 should be within the plus / minus five mark range obtained by students in this regard in the reference year.”