CBSE 12th Toppers: Tanya Singh topped, got a perfect 500, Yuvakshi of Noida also got full marks

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results of the class 12th examination on Friday. In CBSE 12th, 92.71 per cent of students have passed. CBSE reported that girls performed better than boys by 3.29 percent.

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results of the class 12th examination on Friday. In CBSE 12th, 92.71 per cent of students have passed. CBSE reported that girls performed better than boys by 3.29 per cent. When the CBSE 12th result was declared, only girls dominated the toppers list. Tanya Singh of Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh has secured the top position by securing perfect 500 marks. Tanya Singh, a student of Delhi Public School (DPS), Bulandshahr topped. At the same time, Yuvakshi Vig of Ameti School in Noida has also secured 500 marks out of 500.


Girls outnumber boys again

It is worth noting that in the CBSE 12th examination, more than 33 thousand students scored more than 95 per cent, while 1.34 lakh students scored more than 90 per cent. According to the CBSE data, this year the girls have outshone the results. 94.54% of girls and 91.25% of boys have passed in the 12th examination. The result of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya is 98.93%, while the result of Kendriya Vidyalaya is 97.04%. Trivandrum has topped in all the zones in the results this year.


Prime Minister gave a special message to the students

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged students who have cleared the Central Board of Secondary Education's (CBSE) Class 12 examinations to listen to their hearts and focus on the subjects in which they are deeply interested. Congratulating the students, the Prime Minister said, "The persistence and dedication of these students are commendable. He prepared for the examinations at a time when the entire humanity was facing a huge challenge and despite this, he has achieved this success.


Prime Minister Modi also tweeted encouraging those students who are not happy with the exam results. To such students, he said that a test cannot explain their life. He expressed hope that he will definitely get more success in the coming days. The Prime Minister also shared the video of this year's annual "Pariksha Pe Charcha" event, in which he discussed various dimensions of the exam.