In the recently released CBSE Class X & XII results, the JNV and KVS fared better than other schools with a higher pass percentage than the rest. Girls did better than the boys while the southern region came on top in both Class X & XII.
Factly had earlier reported that the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNV) and Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVS) have consistently outperformed even the private schools in CBSE Class X and XII results. The results in 2016 have followed a similar trend.
Close to 99% pass percentage in Class X for JNV & KVS
In 2016 class X results, the overall CBSE pass percentage is 96.21%. However, the pass percentage of KVS and JNV is almost 2.5% more than the average at 98.85% and 98.87% respectively. The pass percentage of Independent (private) schools is 97.72% while the government schools have the lowest pass percentage at 86.61%.
JNV & KVS way ahead of the rest in Class XII
The quality of JNV & KVS is much more evident on Class XII results. While the overall pass percentage is 83.05% in 2016, the pass percentage in JNV & KVS is 12% more than the average. Pass percentage of JNV is 96.69% while that of KVS is 95.43%. The pass percentage of private schools is 82.4%, slightly less than the national average. The government schools have done relatively better in Class XII. The pass percentage of government schools in Class XII is 83.85%, more than the national average.
Girls ahead of the Boys
Girls have outperformed Boys even in 2016. In Class X, the pass percentage of girls is 96.36% compared to the 96.11% of boys. The difference is even starker in Class XII. Girls with a pass percentage of 88.58% are way ahead of the boys pass percentage of 78.85% in Class XII.
Even in the individual top scores in Class X, girls outperformed boys. 14.34% of all the girls scored a perfect 10 CGPA while only 10% boys scored a perfect 10. While 28.72% of the boys scored above 9 CGPA, 36.08% of the girls scored above 9 CGPA.
South leads the rest of India
In both Class X and Class XII, the pass percentage in the south was way higher than the rest of India. Both Thiruvananthapuram & Chennai regions lead the pack. In Class X, the pass percentage in Thiruvananthapuram is 99.87%. Chennai is a close second with 99.69%. Guwahati region’s pass percentage is the lowest at 83.79%. This is the only region with a less than 90% pass percentage in Class X.
In Class XII, Thiruvananthapuram is at the top with a pass percentage of 97.61% followed by Chennai region with a pass percentage of 92.63%. These are the only two regions with more than 90% pass percentage in Class XII. The lowest was again Guwahati with just 68.24%. The pass percentage in Patna, Dehradun & Allahabad regions is also less than 80%.