CBSE Results 2023: Girls Outperform Boys by 6.01%, as CBSE Releases Class 12 Exam Results

Class 12 final exam results were released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), with an overall passing rate of 87.33. The nationwide pass percentage has decreased this year, according to the officials. However, Trivandrum is in first place with 99.91%. Girls outperformed boys this year by 6.01 percent with a score of 90.68.

Board exams for the CBSE Class 12 were held in February, March, and April. Up to 16,96,770 students were qualified to take these tests. To prevent unhealthy competition, CBSE will not give first, second, or third divisions to its students.

The 0.1% of students who received the highest marks across all disciplines, according to the board, will receive merit certificates. A formal announcement from the board concerning the DigiLocker security pin was just made.

According to reports, the CBSE has provided six-digit security pins for schools to download from in order to activate students’ DigiLocker accounts. It should also be highlighted that applicants who took the tests will be able to access their mark sheets and certificates via DigiLocker.

Candidates who took the exam can access their results online by registering their DigiLocker accounts for CBSE results. To get digital copies of their grade reports and diplomas, students must use their security pins to authorize their accounts. Students can view their outcomes and grades. With the roll number, school number, admit card ID, and date of birth, visit,, or

Students can check it on and addition to DigiLocker and UMANG apps.