The region stood at seventh place among the 16 regions in terms of the pass percentage.
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) announced much-awaited Class XII results on Friday.
As in the past, girls outshone boys by a margin of 0.54 per cent and over 70,000 students scored above 95 per cent marks.
Bengaluru region, which covers Karnataka, registered a 99.83 pass percentage in CBSE Class 12 Board examinations, whose results were announced on Friday.
The board exams were cancelled this year in view of the aggressive second wave of COVID-19, and the result will be announced on basis of an alternate assessment policy by the board.
The CBSE, however, did not clarify whether extending the deadline for schools will cause a delay in the declaration of results which are due to be declared latest by July 31.
CBSE has asked all its affiliated schools to follow the schedule strictly and complete the moderation within the schedule.
The board has directed that the schools may be inspected in such a manner that at least each category of schools -- private, government, KVS and NVS -- is covered.
Yash Handa, a student of KR Mangalam World School, Gurugram, termed the CBSE's decision as a big relief.
The board has directed officials to carry out "sudden inspection" without providing schools any prior information regarding their visit.
But a few are not in favour of the exams getting postponed to July-August or the evaluation system either.
"A 13-member committee has been constituted for the purpose. The panel will submit its report within 10 days," said CBSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj.
Singh shared that US aspirants may be impacted less since most US universities have a fairly holistic approach in admissions with a relatively lower weight for board results.
We are happy to note that government has taken decision to cancel class 12 board exams but we want that the objective criteria fixed for assessment of marks be placed before us, the bench said.
If reports are to be believed, more than 30 states and Union Territories had favoured a shortened examination.