Wait is over: CBSE declares Class 10th results. Details here
The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has finally released the long-awaited CBSE 10th Result 2022 on Friday, a few hours after declaring the class 12 Results. Students can find out their score through the UMANG application, DigiLocker, or the Pariksha Sangram portal. Results can also be checked via SMS by typing: cbse10 (roll number) (school number) (center number) and sending it to 7738299899.
- The CBSE Class 10 board examinations were held from April 26 to May 24, while the Class 12 exams were held from April 26 to June 15.
- A total of 21,16,209 students took the CBSE Class 10 examination in 7,406 examination centers across the country.
- A total of 14,54,370 candidates appeared for the Class 12 examination in 6,027 examination centers.
"We had to prepare the results based on the Term-1 and Term-2 exams. We released the results ahead of the expected date," Controller of Examinations Sanyam Bhardwaj, CBSE reportedly stated. "We always try to declare the results in time so that students can take admissions in a hassle-free manner," he added. Earlier, there were reports that results would be announced in July's first week.
CBSE exams for classes 10th and 12th were held in two terms this year. In the case of theory papers, 30% of the weightage has been assigned to term 1 and 70% to term 2. In practice, both terms have been accorded equal weightage. In Class 12, the overall passing rate was 92.71%, whereas, in Class 10, it was 94.40%.
92.7% of the 14 lakh class 12th students that took the exam passed, up from 88.7% in 2020. Over 33,000 students scored above 95%, with nearly 1.4 lakh scoring more than 90% in the class 12th exams. However, in class 10th, the pass percentage decreased from 99.04% last year to 94.40%. A total of 21,09,208 individuals applied for class 10 exams, with 1,976,668 passing.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced term 2 and final board exam results for class 12th students. Altogether, 92.7% of students have passed. Girls outperformed boys by 3.29%, as more than 33,000 students scored above 95%. Students can check the results on the government's educational apps and CBSE's official website. Over 33,000 students scored above 95% in class 12th board exams