New Delhi, May 12: Over 3.08 lakh students have scored above 90 per cent marks in the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 exams while over 66,000 secured scores above 95 per cent, the board announced on Friday.
The board has scrapped the practice of announcing merit lists and awarding divisions on the basis of marks to discourage unhealthy competition among the students.
In Class 12, 1,12,838 (1.12 lakh) students have scored above 90 per cent and 22,622 candidates secured above 95 per cent marks.
In Class 10, 1,95,799 (1.95 lakh) candidates have scored above 90 per cent marks while 44,297 have scored above 95 per cent. (Agencies)
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The Board also said that it will not be awarding first, second or third divisions to its students in a bid to avoid unhealthy competition. CBSE will, however, issue merit certificate to 0.1 per cent of students who have scored the highest marks in the subjects.
Students who appeared for the exam can check the results at the official websites: