CBSE 2018 Result was declared today at 12:21 PM. A total of 11,86,306 candidates had checked their results. Out of all the regions, Trivendrum has the highest performance record of 97.32%. In the second position is Chennai with 93.87 passing percentage and then comes Delhi with 89.00 passing percentage. A month-long wait was put to an end by Central Board of Secondary Education today. Meghna Srivastava from Arts Stream has topped the CBSE 2018 class 12 with 499 marks.
What is interesting to note that, this year the top 3 regions are same as last year. In 2017 too, the top 3 performing regions in CBSE were Trivendrum, Chennai, and Delhi. The pass percentage of these regions last year was —Trivendrum had 95.62%, followed by Chennai with 92.60% and Delhi with 88.37%. Thus comparing the pass percentage of these regions it is clear that the passing percentage has increased.
This year among the top 10 candidates 6 are for Uttar Pradesh. Out of them, Top 2 students Meghna Srivastava and Anoushka Chandra are from Ghaziabad. Chahat Bodhraj who secured the 3rd position is from Jaipur. Her score is 497 out of 500.
The overall pass percentage in CBSE Class 12 increases this year. Also, the top 3 regions witnessed an increase in their passing percentage as compared to last year.
The overall pass percentage is 83.01% this year. There is an increase in the overall pass percentage by 1% as compared to last year. Last year the pass percentage was 82.02%. Despite the removal of marks moderation policy, the overall pass percentage has increased marginally.
The top 3 performers are Girls and this year too, Girls have outshined boys. The pass percentage for Girls is 87% and the pass percentage of boys is 81.2%.
Meghna Srivastava has scored 100 in all the individual subjects, except for in English core where she scored 99 marks. Here marks being — English core-99, History-100, Geography-100, Psychology-100, Economics-100. Meghna has outdone the CBSE topper from last year, Raksha Gopal who scored 99.6% in the 12th board exams.
Anoushka Chandra who has scored 1 marks less got 100 in History, Political Science, Economics, and psychology. She has scored 98 in English core.
All the remaining 6 candidates out of the top 10, have scored an equal mark of 497.
Like last year this year too the topper is from the Humanities stream. This year the second rank was also captured by the humanities stream. 12,737 students have scored 95% and above marks. Whereas 72,599 candidates have scored 90% and above marks.
In the differently-abled category, A Vijay Ganesh is the topper with 492 marks, Pooja Kumari is the second topper with 489 marks, and Lavanya Jha is the third topper with 487 marks. Among the differently-abled students, the pass percentage is 87.52%.
This year the overall passing percentage has increased. There was a dip in passing percentage in 2017. Thus, this year students have performed better comparatively.