CBSE claims rise in pass percentage of CWSN students confirming progressive trajectory – Times of India

By Aditya Wadhawan
Whereas the just lately introduced CBSE 2023 outcomes revealed a barely decrease go share of Kids with Particular Wants (CWSN), the CBSE claims constructive development of their tutorial success.
In 2023, the general go share amongst basic class X and XII college students is 93.12% and 87.33% respectively. Whereas CWSN candidates had a go share of 92.63% and 87.23% in school X and XII board outcomes, respectively. This factors to the truth that the hole between the go share of basic and CWSN candidates isn’t been too giant. Additionally, the go share for CWSN candidates this yr has reasonably dipped compared to 2019 by 3.36% and three.02% in courses X and XII, respectively. CBSE has about 21 classes of bodily challenged college students.
Talking to Schooling Instances, Sanyam Bhardwaj, controller of examinations, CBSE, says, “A complete of seven,286 CWSN registered for the category X board exams in 2023, out of which 7,154 appeared for the examination and 6,627 handed the exams, making the go share 92.63%.”
For sophistication XII, 5,757 CWSN registered for board exams in 2023 out of which 5,645 took the examination and 4,924 handed out making the go share 87.23%. Within the 2019 board exams, a complete of three,386 CWSN college students registered for the category XII boards, 3,260 appeared within the examination and a pair of,942 handed which made the go share to be 90.25%.
“A complete of 5,352 CWSN college students registered in school X board exams in 2019, 5,233 appeared within the examination whereas 5,023 college students handed. The full go share was 95.99%,” added Bharadwaj, underlining that the variety of college students passing the exams has been reasonably respectable.
“Outcomes of CWSN college students are at par with the opposite college students. This confirms the tutorial progress. It additionally exhibits that CWSN college students are equally honest in research and are acting at par with different college students,” mentioned Bhardwaj.

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