Kendriya Vidyalayas outperforms other CBSE schools through its noteworthy results

Kendriya Vidyalayas emerges at the top in other CBSE school categories

Among different categories of CBSE schools, Kendriya Vidyalayas delivered the fantastic results. The school achieved a pass percentage of 97.78 as opposed to 95.86 last year.

The overall pass percentage for Class 12 was 83.01 percent, the private schools had the lowest pass percentage with 82.50. The performance of this school was praise-worthy.

If we go the statistics and report of CBSE officials, government-aided schools registered a pass percentage of 84.48 percent and government schools had a pass percentage of 84.39.

The schools under the Central Tibetan Schools Administration (CTSA) had a pass percentage of 94.82 while private schools had a pass percentage of 82.50, the lowest among all the categories of schools.

A total of 68, 590 students from Kendriya Vidyalayas have appeared in the exam. Out of this whooping number 67,064 candidates qualified the exam successfully. As many as 34,679 boys and 32,385 girl students from KVs passed their Class 12 Boards.

Kendriya Vidyalaya had a passing percentage of 97.78 percent and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya have that of 97.07 percent.  

While the total number of students who secured more than 90 percent marks was 4,432. The number of students who scored above 95 percent was 624 in 2018.

Kendriya Vidyalayas has a topper, Nanda Vinod from Kannur, who scored 99.2 percent in the science stream. Another bright student, Bhasker Rawat from KV (ONGC) from Humanities stream secured second position with 98.8 percent. Siba Smarak Panigrahi, a student of Science from KV No 2 in Bhubaneswar bagged the third rank with 98.6 percent.

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