Class 12 results belonging to the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE were released on Thursday, 2nd May 2019 and it made huge noises. This early announcements of the results have taken both the teachers as well as the students by surprise as they were not expecting the results so soon. It must be taken into account that only around the middle of this month of May the results were expected to be announced.
Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala recorded pass percentage of 98.20 and it came first and was followed by Chennai region that recorded a pass percentage of 93.93. The important information is in the year 2018 the pass percentage recorded in the Chennai region comprising of TN, AP, Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Daman and Diu was 93.87. This pass percentage has come down now in 2019 in the Chennai region.
The sensational piece of news is 2 students have got 499 marks, 3 students have secured 498 marks and as many as 18 students have got 497 marks from schools in India. Chennai must feel happy and proud that 2 students have found a place in the national list of toppers. It must be noted that G. Karthik Balaji belonging to KK. Nagar based PSBB Senior Secondary School and Shreyansh Amit Shah of Kola Saraswathi Vaishnav Senior Secondary School of Chepauk has secured very high marks and they have found a place amongst toppers in India. In the months of March and April, a total of 82,719 students from as many as 1153 CBSE schools wrote board examinations are known.
Girls recorded pass percentage of 95.06% in the Chennai region and boys recorded pass percentage of 91.18%. In India, as many as 94,299 students scored more than 90 % and 17,693 students scored more than 95%. The point here is a marginal dip in the mathematics scores has been recorded and most schools were happy that their students have performed extremely well.
It is now said that this early announcement of class 12 results had brought huge relief for many students of TN. Normally CBSE results are declared much later after the declaration of state board result and the CBSE students have to wait for longer time period before initiating the college admission process. This issue would not be there now. Some students expressed their thoughts and spoke about how time management plays a huge role in writing the examinations.