CBSE announces class 12 exam results, girls outshine boys by 6.01 pc

12 May, 2023 | Pragati Singh

CBSE National

CBSE will not award first, second, or third divisions to its students.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the class 12 final examination results, with an overall passing percentage of 87.33. According to officials, the national pass percentage has decreased this year. The Trivandrum region, on the other hand, ranks first with 99.91 percent. Girls outnumbered boys by 6.01 percent this year, with 90.68 percent. Board exams for CBSE Class 12 were held in February, March, and April. A total of 16,96,770 students were eligible to take these exams.

Meanwhile, in order to avoid unhealthy competition, CBSE will not award first, second, or third divisions to its students. The board announced that it will award merit certificates to the 0.1% of students who received the highest marks in subjects.

The board recently issued an official notice regarding the DigiLocker security pin. According to reports, CBSE has issued six-digit security pins for activating students’ DigiLocker accounts, which schools can download from using their LOC credentials.

It should also be noted that for those who took the exams, the mark sheets and passing certificates will be uploaded to DigiLocker. Those who took the exam can access their results online by activating their CBSE Result DigiLocker Accounts.

Students must enter their security pins and activate their accounts in order to download digital copies of their grade sheets and certificates.

Students can check their marks at,, or by entering their roll number, school number, admit card ID, and date of birth. Students can access it via and, as well as the DigiLocker and UMANG apps.