Education minister Govind Singh Dotasra on Thursday declared the class 12 results of Rajasthan State Open School. The overall pass percentage for the examination is 34.82%. The pass percentage for boys is 30.18%, while for the girls it is 39.63%.
In all, 61,181 students registered for the class 12 open school examination and 60,709 appeared. Of them, 21,138 students, including 11,810 females, passed the examination.
Parakram Singh Shkehawat of Jaipur scored 87.20% marks, which was once highest a few of the male students. Venus Bishnoi of Sriganganagar scored the highest marks a few of the female candidates scoring 81.80%.
“The students who have scored less marks needn’t be disheartened and must give a new start for the exams ahead in life,” he said.
Dotasra declared to hike the money of Eklavya and Meera Awards to ~21,000, which can be given to meritorious students of the open school.
“Quality education is a precedence for the state government. It is the results of taking steps to fortify the quality of education that in this type of short span of time, we received very good result for all of the exams including open schooling. The RBSE results this year have also been declared early compared to the past year,” said Dotasra.
May 31, 2019 16:56 IST