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CBSE Class XII results declared; once again girls out-perform boys
The CBSE has declared the results of class XII board examinations of 2019 with a pass percentage of 83.4%. This year too, the girls out-performed the boys.

However, the most stunning girls' performance has been that of Karishma Arora and Hansika Shukla. They became the top scorers by scoring 499 out of 500 in the Class XII examination.

The pass percentage of boys is reported to be 79.4% and the girls 88.70%. The results became a buzz on the social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Some funny comments and jokes also got cracked as the case of post on the Facebook of KV Tengavalley in Arunachal Pradesh.

However, the topper was heard saying that it has been possible due to self-efforts, self-study, preparing notes and regular revision.  And, it implies that coaching, tuitions and competitive stances are of no use. Also, it implies that schools and coaching centres who just splash the images and hoardings taking credit of the students' performances indulge in farce and gimmick.

There is a need to emphasise self-study skills and prepare one's own revision notes for active working memory to perform better. It seems that girls have taken to self-study and started performing better and boys are just walking on the crutches of coaching and tuitions.

Since the two toppers are non-science students, Akash Rout @akash_rout_007 writes: 'CBSE toppers Hansika Shukla & Karishma Arora have scored 499/500 marks. NASA news - This is beyond science. #CBSE.' You may also sample the inset picture comment ascribing the reason of boys' under-performance.

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