Panipat. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared a 10th Class Result on Tuesday. This information was tweeted by Secretary, Human Resource Development, Secretary Anil Swaroop. Students can check their result by visiting the official website of cbseresults.nic.in. This year, four students including Gurgaon’s intense Mittal have topped the list. Everyone has got 499 numbers out of 500. Let me tell you that the result board of 12th has been released on May 26. Passing Percentage Dropped for the third consecutive year
– Overall passing percentage this year was 86.70%, which is 4.25% less than last year. This is the third consecutive year, when the passage of 10th class pass percentage is dropped.
In 2017, passing passing position was 90.95%, while in 2016, 96.21% of students passed. In 2015, 98.64% of students had passed.
All four did the top
Prakhar Mittal (Gurgaon): 499/500
Remazim Agarwal (Bijnor): 499/500
Nandini Garg (Shamli): 499/500
Check your own results
First of all go to the official website of the board cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in.
– Click the link of 10th board result here.
– Then submit the roll number, school number and center number given on the admittance card.
– Result will be opened once submitted. Students can also take print out for future reference.
From March 5 to April 4, the 10th exam
– Examinations of the 10th Board this year started from March 5, which lasted till 4th April.
– This year 16,38,428 students were enrolled in the Examination Board.
News of the paper leak had also come in front
– There were reports of paper leakage several times during the exam. The Board decided to repeat the exam of 10th MATHS. However, this decision was strongly opposed across the country. Students demand that the exams should be of either subject or not.
After which the Board deferred the decision to re-examine the Maths and decided to give marks to the students on the basis of the old exam.
Last year it was 10th result
– In the 10th year last year, 16,67,573 students were included. Overall passing passing percentage of last year was 90.95%.
– In 2017, boys passing passing percentage was 93.04%, while girls had 92.05%.
In 1996, 96.21% of students had passed. Of these 96.36% of the girls and 96.11% of the boys had passed.
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