Chandigarh, May 21: Girls once again outdid boys in the Central Board of Secondary Examination results of Class XII which declared today for the States of Punjab, Haryana, H.P., Jammu and Kashmir and Chandigarh. The subject-wise pass percentage for boys is 77 per cent as compared to 85.98 per cent for girls. As girls fared much better than boys, they also helped to push overall pass percentage to 80.80 per cent.
"Over 90,000 students had appeared in the examination in the States including Chandigarh. School wise performance, Kendriya Vidyalaya got a pass percentage of 91.65 per cent while Government schools got a pass percentage of 80.94 per cent, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya and Independent (private) Schools have the pass percentage of 91.14 per cent and 80.57 per cent," CBSE's Joint Secretary, Regional Office, Panchkula, D R Yadava said.
He said the detailed result of the examination is available on CBSE's website www.cbseresult.nic.in or www.cbse.nic.in. "The result sheets and marks sheets are being dispatched to the outstation schools," Yadava said.