Girls Outshine Boys in Rajasthan.
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) tenth board examination results were declared on Saturday.
The overall pass proportion of CBSE Ajmer region was 97.52, a rise of 00.20% from the previous year’s 97.32%.
The pass percentage of girls was 98.05% and the pass percentage of boys was 97.19%. Total number of 1,67,500 students appeared for the CBSE exams. In Jaipur, students were seen celebrating once their results were declared.
The pass percentage of Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) was 100% as all the 224 students appeared for the exams passed. Forty-six students scored full accumulative mark average (CGPA) of ten points. Thirty-seven students from Asian Nation International College (IIS), Jaipur scored full CGPA i.e. ten.
“I am happy with my result and I want to pursue physics engineering after this” said Dhruv Garg, student of Asian Nation International College who scored full CGPA.
Divya, another student of IIS scored full CGPA i.e. ten points she wants to pursue law after her school. Twenty-two students of Sawai Man Singh Vidyalaya scored full CGPA points, eight students from phanerogam high school and twenty-two from Warren Academy.
Girls from Navodaya Vidyalaya outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 97.52%.