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CBSE exams 2016: CBSE class 10, 12 examinations start today; check cbse.nic.in

Wed March 02 2016, 12:41 pm
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    CBSE result 2016 class 12: Overall pass percentage in 2016 of Thiruvananthapuram region(Kerala) is highest in the country with 97.61%. Pass percentage of girls is 88.58%, and pass percentage of boys is 78.85%. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has come in for much flak for pre-poning the result. With Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced being held on Sunday, many have taken to social media to say that the authorities should have postponed the CBSE class 12 results. Read this tweet to gauge most students' state of mind: Ajay Kumar ‏@AjayKum18555258 - 'Declaring class 12 result a day before JEE advance is not good idea. Please defer it for 23 May #CBSE.' The CBSE exams started from March 1 and concluded on April 22. According to authorities, all schools will automatically get their entire schools results on email ID's already registered with the CBSE. (Representative image. Express photo)

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    The first examination for Class 12th students will be English for core as well as elective papers. While the first paper for Class 10th students will be on dynamic retail, information technology, security, auto technology and international tourism. (PTI)

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    CHSE result 2016: About the board - The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha was established in accordance with the Odisha Higher Secondary Education Act 1982 to regulate, control and develop Higher Secondary Education in the State of Orissa. The administrative function of the Council commenced from 7th September 1982 in a rented building at Budheswari Colony, Bhubaneswar. In course of time the Council constructed its own administrative building over Plot No. C-2, Samantapur, Bhubaneswar where it has been functioning since 2nd January 1996. The campus has been named as ”PRAJNAPITHA”. (Express photo)

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