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CBSE 12 board Results 2014: Girls Outdid the Boys in Chennai and Trivandrum Regions

May 27, 2014 18:23 IST

    In this season of results CBSE has declared its first phase of Class 12 results on 26 May 2014 for the regions of Chennai and Trivandrum. All the three CBSE 12th stream- Science, Commerce, Arts results were declared together in both the regions.

    Chennai region includes the following areas in it, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Daman and Diu. A total of about 46,441 students appeared for the CBSE class 12 examinations from this region out of which 25,976 were boys and 20,465 were girls. Chennai recorded a pass percentage of 91.63% this year, in which boys pass percentage was recorded as 90.45% and girls topped with 93.13 %.

    As for the Trivandrum region, it includes in it Kerala and Lakshadweep. This year it had a total of 35,638 candidates registered for the exam, out of which 18414 were boys and 17224 were girls. This time the pass percentage for the region reached up to 94.26%, in which girls performed better with 96.72% and boys scored only 91.96%.

    As per the results, in both the region girls outshone boys this year. With carrying highest pass percentage they have shown that women empowerment is in progress and they are no less than male gender. Not only in case of CBSE board, but this is the scenario for almost all the boards this year where girls are seen qualifying better than boys in their board exams.

    CBSE Class 12 results for other regions are expected to be out within 2 days. Candidates who have appeared in the exams may be eagerly waiting for their respective results.

     

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