UAE NEWS: CBSE Grade 12 results not ‘in the beginning’, UAE schools report strong performance Big results for a large school board in India without any pre-date announcement confirmed

Results CBSE CLASS 12: Dubai Summer Surprise gives families a good reason to get together and have fun. India’s largest school board, CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), on Monday announced the results abruptly on its websites, www.cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.

Links encountered “technical problems” hours after live experience. Full results were also sent to all schools, some in the UAE sharing their work with Gulf News. The results this year were also driven by DigiLocker, the Indian government online service that provides citizens with access to “true digital documents … officially in line with reality”.

CBSE claims that Digilocker account books have already been sent to students via SMS on their mobile phone number registered with CBSE.

The whole picture
In total, 88,78 percent of the 1,192,961 candidates who passed the special school leaving exams this year, saw delays and cancellation of other papers due to coronavirus violence.

Once again, girls outnumbered boys, 92.15 percent (about 6 percent higher than boys).

In schools outside India, 94.26 per cent of the 16,043 students who passed (almost one percent lower than last year).

UAE results
Schools in the UAE were busy Monday afternoon beating their results. CBSE has 78 affiliated schools in the UAE, with more than 6,000 students in 12th grade, schools estimate.

Some of the first schools to share their results have reported 100% success, including 40 students taking exams at Scholars Indian School, Ras Al Khaimah.

The school’s principal, Professor M. Abu Bakr, said in a statement that student Shagun Bernwal had risen to 95.8 percent in science at the school. During that time, Yasmin cut 83.4 percent of commercial advertising. No students have appeared on this art radio station this year from school.

Al Ain Indian School also reported “good results”, principal Neelam Upadhyay said that, in the province of science, 40 per cent students scored more than 80 per cent, while at the commercial level, 30 per cent scored more than 80 per cent. 80.

On scientific radio, Hatim Nadeer rose 93.4 percent, while commercially, Joylyn Emma Stephen stood 93.2 percent.

Also, Sky Model School in Abu Dhabi introduced 25 students, all of whom graduated, said principal Dr V.V. Abdul Kader. The average marks in a school stood at 80%. In total, Akhara Pradeep led the school with 95.4 percent, followed by Hiba Shaji with 93 percent, while Fetha Fathima and Amina Naveed both scored 90 marks.

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