Chandigarh- The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) on Wednesday declared the outcomes of Class 12 board exams, with the highest three slots have been secured by ladies.

Sujan Kaur of Dashmesh Convent Senior Secondary School in Sardulgarh secured the primary place within the humanities group by securing 100 per cent marks.

Shreya Singla, of MSD Senior Secondary Public School in Bathinda, secured the second place with 498 marks, whereas Navpreet Kaur of B.C.M. Ludhiana Senior Secondary School, received the third place with 497 marks.

The science topic noticed 98.8 cross proportion, commerce 98.30 proportion, humanities, 90.62 proportion and vocational 84.66 proportion. This 12 months, 6.25 per cent compartments have been recorded.

A spokesman for the PSEB stated this time 296, 709 college students appeared for the examinations, out of which 274, 378 have handed, whereas 3, 637 have failed.

Besides, the compartment of 12, 569 college students has recorded and the results of 125 college students has been delayed.

The spokesperson stated the cross proportion of ladies was 95.14 per cent and 90.25 per cent for boys. In city areas, the cross proportion was 92.90 per cent, whereas in rural areas, it was 92.17 per cent.

Likewise, the cross proportion in authorities faculties was 91.86 per cent, whereas non-public faculties recorded 94.77 per cent and government-aided faculties 91.03 per cent.

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