Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Plus Two results

I intend to collect the details of Plus Two or PUC exam results from various states and CBSE/ISC here in one place:

CBSE results from Indian Express:
This year, a total of 10,67,900 candidates have registered for the Class 12 exam as against 10,40,368 in 2015. This year, 83.05 per cent students passed, 2.38 per cent higher than 2015. Pass percentage of girls for CBSE class 12 results is 88.58 per cent, and pass percentage of boys is 78.85 per cent.
ISC results from The Hindustan Times:
This year 42,880 students took the ISC exams, which began on February 8 and got over on April 8, from all over the country. Last year 71,141 students wrote the Class 12 exam. 
For ISC, girls had a pass percentage of 97.49 and boys 95.27.
Puducherry results from Times of India:
The pass percentage of students in Puducherry and Karaikal in the Class 12 examinations conducted by the Tamil Nadu board of secondary education dipped marginally by 0.41% compared to last year. Puducherry and Karaikal students registered 87.74% as against last year's 88.15%. 
Of the total 14,285 students who appeared for the examinations, 12,533 students came out successful. As usual, girl students fared better than boys recording 90.95% pass rate. Of the 7,744 girl students, 7,043 cleared the exams. Boys registered 83.93% pass rate. Of the 6,541 students, 5,490 passed the exams.
Tamil Nadu results from The Hindu:
There has been a slight improvement in the pass percentage in the 12th standard higher secondary examinations, with a statewide percentage of 91.4, as against 90.6 percent registered in the previous two years. 
In the examinations held in March this year where 8.3 lakh students appeared for it across the State, the pass percentage of girls was 94.4 and that of boys, 87.9. This year, 4.19 lakh girls and 3.41 lakh boys took up the exams. 
Kerala results from Malayala Manorama and Times of India:
About 81% of candidates appeared for the higher secondary examination 2016 were declared eligible for higher studies, when the results were announced here on Tuesday. The pass percentage (80.94) is slightly lower, compared to last year (83.96). Of the 3,61,683 candidates appeared for the examination, 2,92,753 students become eligible for higher studies. While 87.74% of girls became eligible for higher studies, only 73.3% boys qualified.
In the vocational higher secondary section the percentage of candidates eligible for higher studies is 87.72. 
As many as 9,870 students scored A+ grades for all subjects in the HSC exam. Out of them, 70 percent.
Telangana results from The Hindustan Times:
Girls in Telangana did better than boys in the intermediate examinations, which were held last month, as the Board of Intermediate Education announced the results for the first and second year on Friday. 
Deputy chief minister Kadiam Srihari, who is also the minister for education, released the results saying, the pass percentage for the first year was 53.32 and that for the second year was 62.01. 
As many as 4,56,675 students appeared in the first year examination and out of them 2,43,503 qualified. The pass percentage among girls was 59 while the same for boys was 48. 
In the second year, 2,62,245 students passed out of 4,18,231 students who wrote the examination. Girls again topped the exams with a pass percentage of 67.64. The pass percentage of the boys was 58.
Andhra Pradesh results from The Hindustan Times:
Girls outperformed boys in Andhra Pradesh’s Board of Intermediate Education’s first and second year (general and vocational) intermediate examinations result which were declared on Tuesday. 
State minister for human resources development G Srinivas Rao said the pass percentage for the first year was 68.05 and for the second year it was 73.78. 
In the first year, 72.09% girls passed the exam against 64.02% of boys. The pass percentage for girls in the second year was 76.43 while the same for boys was 71.02. 
As many as 4,67,747 candidates (regular) wrote the first year exam and 3,18,300 passed. In the second year, 3,03,934 students out of 4,11,941, who appeared in the exam, passed.
Karnataka results from RegistrarDaily & IndiaToday:
Total of 6,36,368 students had appeared for the exam in which only 3,64,013 students have successfully cleared. Pass percentage fell by 3.34 per cent from 2015 result. Overall pass percentage this year was 57.20%. This year also girls outperformed boys with the pass percentage of 64.78%. Boys pass percentage recorded was 50.02%.

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