New Delhi: After announcing the CBSE Class 12th and Class 10th results on Friday, the Central Board of Secondary Education announced that it will conduct Class 10 and 12 exams for the 2022-23 academic session from February 15 next year. Examination controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said the CBSE will return to its traditional pattern of holding board exams once a year.
As the Covid-19 concerns subside, the CBSE has decided that there will be only one exam at the end of the academic session in 2023, unlike last year.
“In light of the lessening of impact of the Covid pandemic across the globe, the board has decided to conduct the 2023 examination from February 15, 2023,” PTI quoted Bhardwaj as saying.
“CBSE has decided to go back to the conventional practice of holding board exams once a year. In 2022, in view of COVID-19, these exams were conducted in two terms,” Bhardwaj had earlier said.
The results for the CBSE Class 12 and Class 10 examination 2022 were announced on Friday morning and afternoon, respectively. This is the first time CBSE announced both the results on the same day.
The CBSE board results were declared on the official site, cbse.nic.in. The eligible students can visit the site to check their scorecard by entering their roll numbers.
While 92.7 per cent students have cleared the Class 12 exam, 94.40 per cent candidates have passed Class 10 exam. In both results, girls outshined boys.
In CBSE Class 12th results, girls outperformed boys by 3.29 per cent, as the girls scored an overall pass percentage of 94.54 per cent, and boys secured 91.25 per cent.
In CBSE Class 10th results, the pass percentage of girls stood at 95.21 per cent while 93.80 per cent of boys cleared the exam. The pass percentage of transgender candidates is 90 per cent.