As per the latest reports, Central Board of Secondary Education is going to be announced on May 29, 2018, at 4:00 PM. Finally, the wait is going to be over. The students who were anxiously waiting for the result will be able to check it tomorrow. The School Education Secretary in HRD Ministry, Anil Swarup has tweeted about the result declaration of class 10th. So, the officials have confirmed the date and time of the result.
To access the result, the students will have to log on to the official website www.cbseresults.nic.in. The students will have to submit the roll number to check the result. Finally, download your result and take the printout for the future reference.
Apart from the roll number, there are other ways to check the result. The ways are checking the result on Google search engine, on Microsoft search engine, through SMS, through DigiLocker, UMANG App. The students will be able to get the result through IVR system that gives the results via a call. The charges for the same are 30 paise per minute per roll number.
This year, around 28.24 lakh students had registered to enroll in the CBSE board exams. Out of these, 16,38,428 students had appeared for the class 10th boards and 11,86,306 students have appeared for the class 12 board exams in 2018.
Last year, about 16,67,573 students enrolled in the exams and the overall pass percentage was 90.95 %. If we talk about the girls’ and the boys’ pass percentage, then it is clear that the girls outshined the boys by obtaining 96.36% pass percentage while the pass percentage of the boys was 96.11%.
Other than the number of students and their pass percentage, the students must check the statistics region wise. The pass percentage of the various regions were Delhi: 78.09%; Patna: 95.50%; Allahabad: 98.23%; Dehradun: 97.27%; Ajmer: 93.30%. As per the analysis, Patna was the best regions in terms of pass percentage and the lowest pass percentage was of Delhi.
Central Board of Secondary Education is a national level board. It is well known as CBSE. It is responsible for regulating school level education in India. There are 19,316 schools which are affiliated with the Board. Outside India 211 schools, in 25 countries are also affiliated with the Board.
The board has affiliated many schools such as Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Private schools, Govt. The Schools used to follow CBSE norms to provide the best education. CBSE is a very big and popular board It just not handles the school level programmes but also conducts the higher level courses. Other than the School education, the Board also conducts national level examination like JEE Main, NEET, CET, etc.