The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) is ready to announce the results for class 10 and 12 board exams tomorrow, i.e. May 14, 2022. According to CGBSE Secretary VK Goyal, the results are going to be announced at 12 PM. As and when the results are declared, students will be able to check the same from the official website – cgbse.nic.in. To check the results, they must keep their roll numbers ready. The roll numbers can be found on the admit cards.
Where to check?
In addition to the official website, the results will also be released on other sites as well. The results will be available in the form of a digital scorecard. Both class 10 and 12 results are going to be announced at the same time. These websites have been given below.
In case of any technical glitch, students should wait and try again later tomorrow. The results are going to be announced at the Board’s auditorium by the honourable minister of the school education department. As per reports, students are required to secure a minimum of 33% marks in each subject to qualify for the board exams. A merit list comprising the names of the toppers will also be released tomorrow. Take note that the students will be required to collect the original mark sheets from their respective schools as per the mentioned dates. The mark sheet will include subject-wise grades, marks, personal and other important details.
More than 8 lakh students have appeared for the CGBSE 10th and 12th board exams this year. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel had previously announced that the toppers would be getting a free helicopter ride. According to him, travelling by air is something that everyone desires to do. Hence, this helicopter ride will encourage them to fly high in life and also sharpen their skills so that they can achieve more in their lives.
Previous Year’s Statistics
Due to the prevailing COVID-19 conditions, last year, students had to appear for the exams from their homes. The pass percentage for class 10 in 2021 stood at 100% while the same for class 12 was 97.43%. As per media reports, since the exams were held this year following the offline mode, it seems likely that the pass percentage will drop. To know the last three years’ pass percentage, take a look at the table given below.
|Year||Class 10||Class 12|