According to the data released by CBSE, Government schools registered with the Board have a 63.97 pass per cent while Government aided schools have 73.46 pass percentage.
In CBSE Class 12 results too, Kendriya Vidyalayas gave the best results among different categories of schools affiliated to the CBSE with a pass percentage of 97.78, as opposed to 95.86 last year. While private schools had the lowest pass percentage with 82.50, the overall pass percentage for Class 12 was 83.01 per cent as against last year's 82.02 per cent.
CBSE declared the class 10th result today and out of the total 16,24,682 candidates who have appeared for the exam, 86.70 per cent students qualified the exams and Thiruvananthapuram is the top region with 99.60 per cent qualified candidates.
1,86,067 students have got a compartment. This counts upto 11.45 per cent of the total candidates appeared for the CBSE 10th class exams.
Students and their parents can check the class 10 result on the CBSE's official website (www.cbse.nic.in), NIC hosted result portal (www.cbseresults.nic.in), Google search page, Bing search page, SMS Organizer app and UMANG app.
The Google result page will be visible atleast for an hour. Likewise, Microsoft has introduced SMS Organizer app to help students check the results offline. With this app students can pre-register their details and the results will be delivered to them as SMS.
As per the policy of the Government, one JNV is to be established in each district.
Accordingly, Navodaya Vidyalayas have been sanctioned for 576 Districts.
In addition to 10 JNVs have been sanctioned in districts having large concentration of ST population and 10 JNVs in districts having large concentration of SC population and 2 special JNVs in Manipur bringing total number of JNVs sanctioned to 598.
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