Of the total 8.7 lakh candidates who have qualified for the exam, 66.5% belong to boards other than CBSE, which is only 39% of the top two lakh. Rajasthan Board is leading in its respective categories of top one lakh eligible candidates with 19.8%, followed by Orissa (14.9%), CBSE (14.5%).
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State-based Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh have the highest number of candidates in the 1-10,000 rankings. There are 6,000 and more candidates in the rank cohort of 1-1,00,000 in seven states, including Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, UP and West Bengal. Tamil Nadu, which has lost a percentage of qualifications along with 18 other states, however, recorded the all-time highest number of candidates in the top one lakh.
In all, nine states recorded 60% or more qualifications, with Delhi registering the highest at 76.6%, followed by Chandigarh (75%). States with more than one lakh candidates and more than 50% qualifications include Karnataka (57.6%), Kerala (58.9%), Rajasthan (66.2%), Tamil Nadu (54.4%) and UP (53.8%). Maharashtra was the exception with 45.9% qualification.
The 13 boards with more than 50% qualification are Telangana (63.1%), AMU (84.6%), West Bengal (55%), Rajasthan (61.8%), Mizoram (50.5%), Kerala (54.2%), Jammu and Kashmir (56.5%). %), Haryana (54.8%), Gujarat (58.2%), Goa (52.7%), CISCE (71.7%), CBSE (73.9%) and Andhra Pradesh (64.5%).
Boards that have shown significant improvement in net-UG performance this year include Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra, as well as the northeastern region except Manipur. Board candidates in states like Karnataka, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh have slipped.
Among the top one lakh eligible candidates, each of the nine boards has more than 10% AMU (28.1%), Rajasthan (19.2%), Orissa (14.9%), CBSE (14.5%), CISCE (14.3%), West Bengal (13.7%), Bihar (10.9%), Andhra Pradesh (10.7%) and Haryana (10.6%).
There are 13 boards including Jharkhand (3.9%), Maharashtra (6.7%), Tamil Nadu (4.6%), Tripura (7.5%) and West Bengal (1.6%) whose candidates have improved their eligibility percentage since 2019. The boards that have improved their qualifications by more than five percentage points are Assam, Goa, Jammu and Kashmir and Tripura. The four boards that have improved their qualification by more than 12 percentage points are Gujarat, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland.
This year also saw the highest number of (8) qualifications recorded by transgender candidates, especially from Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
The boards that have seen the highest reduction in eligibility percentage compared to 2019 are Andhra Pradesh (6.2%), Bihar (6.5%), Kerala (7.1%) and Manipur (12.5%).
In all, 18 boards have seen a reduction in qualification percentage compared to 2019 and this includes three national boards – CBSE, NIOS and CISCE.
According to a senior NTA official, “Since 2020, state and various education boards that conduct senior secondary examinations, including translation specialists in 13 languages, have been consulting with subject matter experts. State curricula are also being studied continuously.”
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