CBSE 12th board exam result 2017: Topper Raksha Gopal
CBSE Class 12 board exam result 2017 has been declared with marks moderation on Sunday (28th May 2017) at CBSE’s official website cbseresults.nic.in. This year Raksha Gopal from Amity International School in Noida tops with 99.6%. The second rank is secure by science student Bhumi Sawant from DAV, 8-C, Chandigarh, who got 99.4%. Commerce students, Mannat Luthra and Aditya Jain jointly secured the third rank, having scored 99.2% and both are from Bhavan Vidyalaya.
Marksheet of CBSE 12th board exam 2017 topper: Raksha Gopal
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HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar congratulated students
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar congratulated students for their excellent performance.
He also tweeted, ''I congratulate all the students who have succeeded in CBSE Board exam as well as other state board exams because success gives you more strength & confidence. But at the same time, I also call upon my students who could not succeed. The defeat is not final unless we keep trying. This is all because of your hard work and talent that you gave such a remarkable performance.'
He called the first three toppers today - Raksha Gopal, Bhumi Sawant, Mannat Luthra and Aditya Jain. He was happy to see that all of them were from diverse branches.
Decrease of 1.03 % in overall pass percentage
Last year (academic session 2015-16), 10,65,179 students registered out of which 9,92,656 students appeared for the exam and 8,24,355 students successfully passed the exam and the pass percentage was 83.05.
This year (academic session 2016-17), 10,76,761 students registered out of which 10,20,762 students appeared for CBSE 12th board exam 2017 and 8,37,229 students successfully passed the exam and the pass percentage was 82.02.
So, this year overall pass percentage drops from 83.05% to 82.02%.
Overall pass percentage of girls in CBSE 12th board exam result 2017 is better than boys (by 9.5%)
This year, the pass percentage of girls is 87.50, whereas, the pass percentage of boys is 78.00. So, the overall pass percentage of Girls is better than boys by 9.5%.
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