In the results of the Uttarakhand Board of School Education, again the power of daughters was seen. Girls outperformed boys in both high school and intermediate. The pass percentage of girl students in high school was 88.94. And the students passed only 81.48 percent. In Intermediate, 83.49 percent girls and 78.48 percent boys have passed the examination.
Secretary Dr. Neeta Tiwari said that 64612 boys and 63232 girls appeared in the high school board examinations held from March 16 to April 6. And in Intermediate, 62076 boys appeared in the exam while 61869 girls appeared for the exam. He told that like every year, this time also girl students have been ahead in both the classes.
In the year 2019 in high school, the passing percentage of boys was 70.60, the passing percentage of girls was 82.47. In the year 2020, 71.39% boys passed while 82.65% girls were successful. In the year 2021, 99.30 percent boys and 98.86 percent girls were successful. In the year 2022, 84.6 percent girls and 71.12 percent boys passed. This time the pass percentage of girls was 88.94 and that of boys was 81.48.
And in the year 2019, 76.29 percent boys, 83.79 percent girls, and 76.68 percent boys and 83.63 percent girls passed in the year 2020 in intermediate. In the year 2021, 99.41 percent boys and 99.71 percent girls and in the year 2022, 79.74 percent boys and 85.38 percent girls passed. This year, the pass percentage of girl students in intermediate was 83.49. While the students passed 78.48 percent.
Girls ahead in personal examination also
- In the individual examination, the pass percentage of girls in high school was 68.88, while the pass percentage of boys was 48.47. And the passing percentage of students in intermediate was 59.33. While the pass percentage of girl students was 71.23.
Many congratulations to all the students who passed the examination. Girls have been ahead in high school and intermediate. There has been a decrease in the pass percentage of Intermediate. It has been asked to rectify it. The official staff of the board have worked hard to release the result.Seema Jaunsari, Director Secondary Education.
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