BSEH 12th result 2020 announced, 80.34 % pass, check details
BSEH 12th result 2020: The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) declared the Class 12 board examination results on Tuesday. A total of 2.12 lakh students had appeared in the examination out of which 80.34% have passed. A total of 89.43 % student with commerce background passed the exam followed by 82.55 percent in science stream and 78.08 percent in Arts.
The pass percentage has gone up by 5.86% as compared to last year’s 74.48%. However, as many as 9,451 students have failed the examination and 32,361 have got compartments.
This year’s results are the best in terms of pass percentage in the last four years. In 2017, the pass percentage stood at 64.5% and in 2018, it was 63.84%.
This year too, girls have outshined the boys by 11.24 percentage points. The 86.30 % girls have passed the board examination as compared to 75.06 % boys. The urban students did better than rural counter parts by 3.14 percent. The urban students pass percentage stood at 82.28% against rural students 79.14 percent. A total of 79.78 % students studying in government schools cleared the exam, while 80.97 percent students of private schools were successful.
Manisha of government senior secondary school in Mahendergarh’s Sihma topped the Arts stream by securing 499 marks out of 500.
In non-medical, first position was bagged by Bhawana Yadav of government senior secondary school in Rewari’s Bodia Kamalpur. She secured 496 marks out of 500.
In medical stream, the first position was jointly secured by three students- Amit of Saraswati senior secondary school in Milakpur of Bhiwani district, Kajal of the heights senior secondary school in Jhajjar’s Khudan and Shrutika of government senior secondary school at Beholi in Kurukshetra by securing 495 marks out of 500.
In commerce first position was secured by Pushpa of KVM Senior secondary school, Pal in Kaithal. She got 498 marks out of 500.
Board secretary Rajiv Prasad said that the results were declared on the basis of average marks of already given exams by the students.
“This year students have performed much better despite pandemic situation. We are very happy with the outstanding performance of government schools whose pass percentage is less 1.19 less than private ones. We have declared the results following the footsteps of the Central board of secondary education (CBSE), Delhi”, the secretary added.
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