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CBSE class 10 result declared. 91.10% pass

CBSE class 10 result declared. 91.10% pass

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New Delhi, May 06, 2019: CBSE class 10 result has been declared. The CBSE class 10th result is available on the official result portal CBSE’s performance in class 10 annual board exams has increased by 4.40%.


This year 91.10% students have cleared the exam. While Thiruvananthapuram has registered the highest pass percentage (99.85%), the least has been recorded in Guwahati region. Yet again, girls have outperformed boys. 92.45% girls have cleared the exam. The pass percentage among boys is 90.14%.

A total of 13 students are in the first position, 25 in second and 59 in third in CBSE class 10 exam, this year.

More than 18 lakh students, who took the exam in February-March will receive the class 10th result today. This year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is declaring the class 10th result within 38 days of the exam. CBSE class 10 board exam had concluded on March 29. Last year CBSE class 10 result was declared after 55 days of the exam.

This year CBSE has declared the class 12 result in a record time of 28 days, last year it came after 42 days of the exam.

Students will also have the option of checking their result directly through Google. The result form is available on the Google homepage itself. Students need to search for the result using keywords like "CBSE result", "CBSE class 10 result", "CBSE class 10th result".

After the result is declared, CBSE will release the marks sheets and other certificates in DigiLocker account set up by CBSE for students.

The board released class 12 results on May 2 in which 83.40 per cent students passed with two girls clinching the top spot by scoring 499 marks out of the total 500.

Instead of percentage, for class 10 CBSE provides grades to students. Students can check the grade to marks scale from the official CBSE website.

In 2018, CBSE 10th results were released on May 29. Last year, 86.70 per cent students passed in the class 10th examination. The result last year was lower than 2017 when 90.95 per cent students had passed.

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