The Chhattisgarh board CGBSE declared the category 10, 12 outcomes for the 12 months 2022 right this moment, i.e. May 14, 2022 (Saturday). The consequence was introduced by means of a press convention that started at 12 pm on Saturday. Results have been introduced by state’s Education Minister Premsai Singh Tekam. Students who appeared for the category 10, 12 exams can now test their outcomes their outcomes by visiting the official CGBSE web site – cgbse.nic.in.
This 12 months, exams have been held after a 12 months as no offline exams have been carried out in 2021. The passing share this 12 months is decrease than the move share of 2020 as 74.23 per cent of scholars have cleared the category 10 exams and 79.30 per cent have handed the category 12 exams.
Class 10 consequence
This 12 months, Suman Patel from Raigarh and Sonali Bala from Kanker have topped the category 10 exams with 98.67 per cent. Meanwhile, the second place has been earned by six college students by scoring 98.17 per cent; these college students are Ashifa Shah from Kawardha, Damini Verma from Rajnandgaon, Jay Prakash from Bilaspur, Muskan Agarwal from Raigarh, Kahef Anjum and Kamlesh Sarkar from Kanker.
A complete of 71 college students have achieved the highest 10 ranks this 12 months. The move share for this 12 months’s class 10 exams is 74.23 per cent, the place ladies outperformed boys as 78.84 per cent ladies cleared the exams, compared to 69.07 per cent boys.
Class 12 consequence
In class 12, Kunti Sao from Raigarh topped the exams with 98.20 per cent and Khushboo Wadhwani earned the second place with 96.40 per cent. Renuka Chandra secured the third place with 95.80 per cent.
A complete of twenty-two college students secured the highest 10 ranks at school 12 this 12 months.
For class 12, the general move share is at 79.30 per cent this 12 months, which is greater than the move share of sophistication 10. Here, too, ladies have outperformed boys as 81.15 per cent lady college students have handed the category 12 exams, whereas solely 77.03 per cent boys handed the exams.
This 12 months, the toppers of sophistication 10 and 12 might be rewarded with a free helicopter experience, as introduced by state’s Chief Minister, Bhupesh Baghel, a couple of days in the past in a press convention.