The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan schools across the country which is affiliated Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has delivered best results for Class XII. The Kendriya Vidyalayas have delivered a 93.14 pass percentage.
The board of examination has recorded a overall rise in pass percentage. However, Kendriya Vidyalayas managed to secure the first position with 93.14 pass percentage, in comparison to last year which recorded a 92 per cent pass. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) have secured second position with a 90.11 pass percentage. While the Central Tibetan Schools have claimed third position with 86.24 pass percentage.
As per reports although the other government schools have not managed to deliver equal results yet the pass percentage of 78.59 make them stand in a better postion, when compared to last year.
With 96.4 pass percentage, K V Schools in Chennai have claimed top solt than its counterparts in other regions, follwed by Panchkula in the number two position (93.44 percent), Delhi (93.03 percent), Ajmer (92.45 percent), Allahabad (92.36 percent) and Guwahati at the top of the KVS result table with a pass per cent of 88.96 per cent.
The overall pass percentage in Chennai region recorded is 91.39 percent followed by Ajmer 85.18 percent, Panchkula 83.56 percent, Delhi 81.93 and Allahabad 76.17 percent. Guwahati region is at the bottom of the list with 58.20 percent of the students passing out.