The long wait of almost 16 lakh candidates who had appeared in CBSE Class 10 Board Exam comes to end today. The Result of Class 10 Board Exams has been finally declared by CBSE on May 29, 2018, at 1:20 PM. The students can check their results at Google directly or can visit cbseresults.nic.in. The CBSE Class 10th examination was conducted successfully by the Central Board of Secondary Education from March 5 to April 4, 2018.
The Results were supposed to be declared on 4:00 PM, but it was declared 3 hours earlier. Thus, the unexpected declaration of results and the consequently hight traffic has caused the CBSE official website to crash at several places.
Apart from cbseresults.nic.in, the result are also hosted at http://www.cbse.nic.in, http://www.results.nic.in. Also, students can check results in Google, Microsoft, DigiLocker, and via SMS / IVRS.
This year, 28.24 lakh students registered to appear for the CBSE board exams. Out of these,16,38,428 students appeared for the class 10 boards and 11,86,306 lakh students appeared for the class 12 board exams. The Class 10 exam conducted at 4,453 centers across India and 78 centers abroad.
Here are the highlights of the most awaited CBSE Board Result this year:
This year the overall pass percentage is 86.70%. Thiruvananthapuram region recorded the highest pass percentage at 99.60, followed by Chennai at 97.37 and Ajmer at 91.86 percent. The pass percentage for Delhi was 78.62%. Total appeared candidates in Delhi region was 2,86,660. Out of which 2,25,361 had passed the examination.
Like last year Thiruvananthapuram and Chennai are the top 2 performing regions. But this year Ajmer is at 3rd position unlike Allahabad last year. The pass percentage for Delhi was 78.09 in 2017, it has improved this year marginally.
The total number of candidates who have secured more than 90% and above is 1,31,493. And 27,476 students have secured more than 95%. JNV schools have performed the best with the pass percentage of 97.31% followed by Kendriya Vidyalayas with 95.96% and private schools are third with 89.49%.
This year around 1,86,067 i.e. 11.45% of students have been placed in compartment.
Last year, Thiruvananthapuram region recorded the highest pass percentage at 99.85, followed by Chennai at 99.62 and Allahabad at 98.23 percent. The pass percentage for Delhi was 78.09.
This year 4 students scored 499 marks. these students are Prakhar Mittal fro DPS, Gurgaon, Rimzhim Agarwal from RP Public School Biznor, Nandini Garg from Scottish International school Shamli, and Shreelaxmi G from Bhavans Vidyalaya Cochin. In the differently-abled category, Anushka Panda of Sun City Gurgaon school topped the exam.
The first topper in PWD is Anushka Panda from Suncity, Gurgaon (489/500) and Sanya Gandhi from Uttam School, Ghaziabad (489/500).
The second topper in PWD is Somya Deep Pradhan from JNV Dhanpur, Odisha (484/500).
Boys v/s Girls
This year among the toppers 3 are girls and one is a boy. contradicting the last year this year girls have done better than boys. this year the pass percentage of boys is 85.32%, whereas for girls is 88.67%. Thus, girls have outshined the boys by 3.35%.
Changing the trend, last year boys had performed better than girls. But the tables had turned this yera again. Girls had performed better.
The highest score this year is 499 out of 500, which is scored by 4 students.
On May 26, CBSE had declared the class 12 result. Meghna Srivastava had topped the examination with 99.6%. The overall pass percentage of Class 12 was 83.01%. Even in class 12 board result girls had outshined the boys.