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देखे : भारतीय समाज अपनी बेटियों को कैसे ट्रीट करता है

भारतीय समाज अपनी बेटियों को कैसे ट्रीट करता है, यह जानने के लिए इंजीनियरिंग-मेडिकल और मैनेजमेंट के कोचिंग सेंटर की एनरॉलमेंट लिस्ट देख लीजिए. कम से कम पिछले 20 साल से 10वीं और 12वीं तक में लड़कों को पछाड़ने वाली लड़कियां इंजिनिरिंग और मेडिकल कॉलेजों में माइनॉरिटी बन जाती हैं. इसे समझने के लिए शरलॉक होम्स या जासूस करमचंद बनने की जरूरत नहीं है.  Dilip C Mandal

Girls trump boys yet again in CBSE class 12 results

 | New Delhi, May 28, 2012 | 07:48
Students wait with bated breath for the class 12 CBSE results.
Students wait with bated breath for the class 12 CBSE results.
The class 12th CBSE Board exam results have been declared online. While class 10th students were put out of their misery on May 24 in a staggered manner with the Chennai region getting their results first, class 12 students of the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) will suffer no such wait as results for all regions have been posted online simultaneously.
Girls once again outperformed boys in the CBSE Class 12 results, an official said. Girls recorded a pass percentage of 86.21 per cent against the 75.80 per cent for boys, said the official of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
Delhi recorded total pass per centage of 85.40 per cent, a fall of 0.05 per cent as compared to last year.
A total of 8,16,000 students had appeared for the exam this year, an increase of 5.94 per cent over the figure last year.
Chennai recorded the highest pass per centage of 90.59 per cent among eight CBSE regions.
The overall India pass per centage among the eight CBSE regions is 80.19, the official added.
While the class 10 CBSE results recorded a pass percentage of 98.19, traditionally the Class 12 CBSE results see a drop of around 20 percentage points.
Helplines available
In order to overcome post-result stress, the CBSE has begun its second phase of counselling from May 24 which will continue till June 7.
Counselling will be available for both parents and students through calls, the Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) and CBSE's website.
One can call on the toll free number - 1800 180 3456 - from 8 am up to midnight.

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