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Odisha shines in CBSE results

Class XII examinees of the CBSE in Odisha fared well than their counterparts in West Bengal and Chhattisgarh yet again by recording a pass percentage of 85.51 per cent.

Bengal secured 83.22 per cent and Chhattisgarh aggregated 81.93 per cent. The results were declared on Monday (27 May 2013).

Jawahar Navoday Vidyalayas (JNVs) and Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) have fared better than private schools this year in Bhubaneswar, a CBSE spokesperson said. The pass percentage of JNVs is 95.82% and KVs 94.32%, a lot better than private schools in the region, which registered a pass percentage of 85.28%.

“Students of JNVs, government-run residential schools and KVs have registered excellent results for the second year in a row due to the study atmosphere, limited exposure to distractions and strict academic monitoring by teachers,” said CBSE regional director A S Verma. “In private city schools, after school hours teachers do not have any control over students,” he added.
CBSE Results Bhubaneswar
A total of 40,580 students appeared the exam from eastern India, including 13,318 from Chhattisgarh and 17,727 from West Bengal. In Odisha about 9,535 students appeared the exam this year in 112 schools. Girls outshone boys with an average pass percentage of 89.08% this year too. Boys scored 83.37%.

Only six per cent students have failed and as many as 7.7 per cent students have been placed in compartment and will have to re-appear the exams. Results of CBSE Class X exams will be announced in a couple of days, regional officer of the CBSE-Bhubaneswar region A.S. Verma said.

He said the delay was caused because of increase in the number of schools and students. “This has made the evaluation process very lengthy,” he said.

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