CBSE Result:Good For Girls, Bad For Boys?

    • Piyush Chauhan,
    • Standard: XI-A,
    • Ramjas school pusa road,
    • Delhi.

    • Publish Date: May 30 2017 4:37PM
    • |
    • Updated Date: May 31 2017 12:41PM
CBSE Result:Good For Girls, Bad For Boys?

This year's CBSE results are very interesting. All India topper Raksha Gopal has scored 99.6%. A great score in the boards, I must say. For the last three years,  the boards are topped by girls. What has gone wrong with boys? This year, approximately 1.3% more students have passed, but the result of private schools has gone down. Also, 9 per cent more girls passed as compared to boys. From my point of view the results of the boys have gone down, which is a bad thing, but girls have performed better which is a good thing. What's your take? 

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Hemalatha.G Sethu Bhaskara Matriculation Higher Secondary Scho

Yeah! That''s right. Not only in CBSE but it is same even in Matriculation. I don''t know why.

Hemalatha.G Sethu Bhaskara Matriculation Higher Secondary Scho

But I am sure boys will be getting jobs soon than girls. So this''ll not make boys lose their hope.

Himanshi Dhawan Saffron Public School

I agree. I feel that we girls are more serious at studies as compared to boys.

Abhirami Gangadharan AMRITA VIDYALAYAM, PERAMBAVOOR

Its not about boys ang girls..its about hardwork.Those who hardwork will achieve good marks.

Aishwarya Iyer Deens Academy

i agree with Abhirami. It is still bad that even after securing such great marks, girls are paid less than boys and boys get higher positions. It just shows the old mentality which is present to a great extent, even now.

Sandhya Srinivas TRIVENI PUBLIC SCHOOL

YES girls are more studious than boys but boys are also intelligent and few are studious also . but its not about boys and girls its about the hardwork

anushka sharma jain bharati mrigavati vidyalaya

boys are not very serious about study even some girls are also there but i think that its not only boys fault but also it may that their parents are not much helpful or serious about their studies and leave them freely.as they think that boys can get anywhere job and at this parents opinion boys are also satisfy.this was my thinking but i am sorry if i hurt anyones feelings.

Snehi Singh ST LOUIS CONVENT HIGH SCHL

Girls seem to rise, that is indeed good. But, only altogether progress of girls as well as boys may lead to a bright future. So I feel boys too should rise in coming times....

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