CBSE 2014 Class 12th Results have already been declared as on 29 May.
Sarthak Agarwal became the All-India topper securing 99.6 percent aggregate is a student of Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj.
The second and third spot were captured by G. Harishankar of Air Force Bal Bharti School and R. Sreela of Rajagiri Public School Kalamassery, Kerala.
The pass percentage for CBSE Class 12th Results 2014 were at 82.66, whereas, the pass percentage was at 82.10 percent in 2013.
The Thiruvananthapuram region stands first by attaining the highest pass percentage of 94.26 amongst all the other regions, followed by Chennai and Delhi with 91.63 and 86.67 percent, respectively.
In 2014, the Board also introduced the facility for the schools to generate online roll number wise list of candidates appearing in Class 12th examination. On-Screen Marking (OSM) is done for English (Core) and Economics in Delhi region only; inorder to strengthen the process of evaluating exam papers and minimize the errors creeping up during evaluation. And for this purpose teachers from affiliated schools were specifically trained.
The Pass percentages of girls and boys in various regions have been listed below:
The process for the re-evaluation of marks can be used by unsatisfied candidates till 5 June.
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