CBSE declares Class 10 results: All details here
The CBSE has announced results of its 2018 Class 10 examinations. Students can check their marks on the official board websites. The exams had started on March 5 and ended on April 4. More than 16.38L students had registered. This is the first time after eight years that students are being awarded percentage. The results of Class 12 were declared three days ago.
Four students - Prakhar Mittal (Gurgaon), Rimzhim Agarwal (Bijnor), Nandini Garg (Shamli) and Sreelakshmi G (Cochin) - have topped the exam with 499 marks each. The overall pass percentage is 86.70%: while 88.67% girls passed, boys fared marginally less at 85.32%. As many as 1.31L students scored above 90%, and 27,476 scored more than 95%.
Toppers in differently abled category: Anushka Panda from Suncity Gurgaon school with 489 marks, Sanya Gandhi from Uttam School in Ghaziabad with 489 marks and Sonya Deep Pradhan with 484 marks from JNV Dhanpur, Orissa @htTweets #Class10results— Neelam Pandey (@NPDay) May 29, 2018
Thiruvananthapuram region fared the best with a pass percentage of 99.60%, followed by Chennai at 97.37% and Ajmer at 91.86%. In Delhi, 78.62% candidates passed. Among schools, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas topped with a pass percentage of 97.31%. Kendriya Vidyalayas followed close behind with 95.96%, and private schools were at the third with 89.49%. 63.97% students of government schools and 98.32% of foreign schools passed.
The CBSE will keep its post-result counseling lines open till June 9. Sixty-nine experts, including principals, special educators, psychologists and trained counselors will be available to talk to students and address doubts. Students can contact the team by dialing 1800118004 (toll-free).
To check the results, you can visit the official CBSE website at www.cbseresults.nic.in and www.cbse.nic.in. You will have to enter your roll number to check your results. You can check your school's result too with the school's code. You can also view results directly on Google or Bing by entering related keywords, like 'CBSE results' or 'CBSE Class 10 results.'