Around 2.5 lakh students appeared for the examination
GN Bureau | April 21, 2016
Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education declared the class 12 board results on Thursday. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check the same at the official website.
Shubham Bakshi of Bilaspur district has topped the examination with 97.60 percent marks. He scored 488 marks out of the total 500.
The Chhattisgarh higher secondary exams for all the streams (Science, Commerce and Humanities) started on February 23 and continued in March.
This year, approximately, 2.5 lakh students appeared for the state board exams. Last year 2.6 lakh students had appeared of the exams out of which 73.35 percent candidates managed to clear the examination.
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