The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently announced the results of the 10th Term 2 examinations. This year, the results have been satisfactory, with a large number of students performing well. In this article, we will take a look at the overall performance of the students, as well as the steps taken by the board to ensure a fair and transparent system.
CBSE 10th Term 2 Results
The CBSE 10th Term 2 results were announced on the official website of the board. A total of 8.6 lakh students had appeared for the exams, out of which 7.4 lakh students have passed. The overall pass percentage this year stands at 86.19%, which is a slight improvement from last year’s 84.70%.
The board has also released the region-wise performance of the students. The best performing region was the South region, with a pass percentage of 93.04%. The second-best was the North region, with a pass percentage of 90.14%.
Exam Performance Overview
The CBSE 10th Term 2 exams saw a good performance overall. The board has also taken steps to ensure a fair and transparent system. This year, the board has introduced a new system of assigning grades to students. This will ensure that students are not discriminated against on the basis of their marks.
The board has also taken steps to ensure that all the exam centers are equipped with the necessary resources. This includes providing adequate security, ensuring that the exam papers are secured and that the exam halls are well maintained.
The board has also taken steps to ensure that the results are declared on time. This year, the results were announced within a week of the completion of the exams. This is a major improvement from last year, when the results were delayed by a month.
Overall, the CBSE 10th Term 2 results have been satisfactory. The board has taken a number of steps to ensure that the exams are conducted in a fair and transparent manner. This year, the board has also introduced a new system of assigning grades to students. This will ensure that students are not discriminated against on the basis of their marks. With these steps taken, the board is confident that the results of the upcoming exams will be even better.