The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared its 2020 results for class 12 today. The board has started to plan its annual post-result tele-counseling. This portal is open till 27 July. The problems of the students, parents and other stakeholders related to the class 10 and class 12 board results will be addressed through a telephonic, IVRD and textual counseling. The services are open from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
The board announced that around 95 principals and other trained counsellors from the CBSE schools are volunteering to provide counselling to the parents and teachers. This is provided at a free of cost. These services are also available in UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Japan, Nepal Sultanate of Oman, and Singapore.
There are around 73 counselors in India which includes special educators, 22 are from India and 21 are from the foreign-based CBSE-affiliated schools. A toll-free number 1800 11 800 is provided for the students who can access it through the country.
The Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, Mamata Banerjee appreciated the students and the teachers for their efforts.
IVRS: Recorded useful tips to deal with exam results 2020 and other information on tackling stress, important contact details, Covid-19 precautions and so on.
Live tele-counselling: Tele-operators will be connecting the students and parents to the principals, counsellors and special educators.
The board witnessed a total of 10.59 lakh students who cleared the class 12 exams successfully. This resulted in a pass percentage of 88.78%. The pass percentage has been increased 5% from the last year. As usual the girls have scored higher with 92.15% whereas the boys have scored 86.19%. The pass percentage of transgender students is 66.67%
Trivandrum has scored the highest with 97.67% while Patna scored lowest with 74.57%.