The batch which appeared for the Class 12 Boards this year did so under unprecedented circumstances, PM Modi said

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday congratulated class 12 students on successfully passing the CBSE examinations. Addressing them as young friends, he also wished them a bright, happy and healthy future.

“Congratulations to my young friends who have successfully passed their Class XII CBSE examinations. Best wishes for a bright, happy and healthy future,” the Prime Minister said in a tweet.

“The Batch which appeared for the Class 12 Boards this year did so under unprecedented circumstances. The education world witnessed many changes through the year gone by. Yet, they adapted to the new normal and gave their best. Proud of them,” PM Modi said in another tweet.

The Prime Minister also motivated those who felt they could have performed better. He said that they should learn from their experience and hold their heads high.

“To those who feel they could have worked harder or performed better, I want to say - learn from your experience and hold your head high. A bright and opportunity-filled future awaits you. Each of you is a powerhouse of talent. My best wishes always,” he said in a tweet.

The CBSE Class 12 results were announced for over 13 lakh students of whom 99.37 percent passed. Scores are yet to be declared for over 65,000 students whose results will be declared on August 5.

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also took to Twitter to congratulate students, praise teachers and parents for their hard work.

“Congratulate my young friends who have cleared the CBSE class XII exams. Happy to learn that CBSE has achieved a record-high pass percentage. Compliment teachers and parents for their hard work. My best wishes to all the students for their bright future,” Pradhan said in a tweet.

CBSE has declared the Class 12 result, students can visit the official websites, and to check their result.

This year, a total of 12,96,318 students cleared the Class 12 exam. The CBSE Class 12 exams were cancelled due to the second wave of COVID-19. The results were computed based on the students’ Class 10 results and internal assessment in Classes 11 and 12.

Girls have done better than Boys by 0.54% this year. The result of girl students is at 99.67% whereas boys recorded a pass percentage of 99.13%.