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Major News and Events of 26 May 2018

What Happened on 26 May 2018

CBSE class 12 board exams: 91,818 students placed in the compartment

Around 8.30 percent of the students who took the class 12 board exams have failed to make it through with flying colours. According to media reports, an estimated 91,818 students were placed in the Compartment.  Meanwhile, this year, 2,914 differently-abled students had registered for the board exams. Of these, 2482 students passed the exams.

CBSE declared class 12 results

The Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the class 12th results. The results were declared on the CBSE website or this afternoon. This year the pass percentage stood at 83.01 percent, which is an increase from 82.02 percent of last year. The highest pass percentage was recorded by Trivandrum, which stood at 97.32 percent. Chennai stood second with 93.87 percent and Delhi third with 89 percent. Girls secured a pass percentage of 88.31 percent as compared to boys who could manage 78.99 percent. With the class 12th results out, the class 10 results are expected to be declared within two days.

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