There is an improvement in the approval rate for the Bhubaneswar region this year compared to 93.2 percent last year. The Trivandrum region has recorded the highest approval rate (99.89) among the 16 CBSE regions.
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This year, CBSE had canceled the exams due to Covid-19 restrictions. The results have been published after evaluating the performance of students in Class X, Class XI and internal examinations of Class XII. This year, the board will not prepare the list of merits for the outcome of Class XII-2021. Many schools in the state have done well in Class XII. But some of the schools have yet to get their results. Thongkholet Mate, CBSE’s Bhubaneswar Region Regional Officer, said the results of the first phase have been published and the results of the second phase will arrive on August 5.
CBSE sources said results for around 1,060 new schools are still in the works. So the results of around 60,000 students from these schools and some other schools across the country will be displayed ‘Results Later’. The results of these schools and students will be declared within a week, he added.
This time, CBSE is issuing a combined grade sheet certificate for Class XII students instead of a separate grade sheet and passing certificate. For the first time, CBSE is also giving schools access to the CBSE -Parinam Manjusha academic repository to download their students’ digital academic documents via DigiLocker.
Dibyam Parida, a student from the DAV Pokhariput public school, expressed his happiness for his Class XII result. “I was worried about my result. When I get 92.6 percent, I found the alternate assessment to be fine. I also expected this alone, ”he added.
Mona Lisa Bal, President of KiiT International School, said: “Taking into account the current situation and prioritizing the health of all, the Board had come up with the best possible solution. It took into consideration the overall performance of the candidate during the most important years of the student’s education. There is the possibility that some top applicants will be affected by the results, but the Board has given them a good opportunity to take the exams once the situation improves. So it’s a well-balanced approach taken by the Board. ”