The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10th examination results were released on May 6, 2019. The results were eagerly awaited by students, parents, and educators alike. This year, the overall pass percentage was recorded at 91.10%, with girls outperforming boys with a pass percentage of 92.45%.
CBSE 10th Result 2019
The CBSE 10th board examinations were held in the month of March and April 2019. The examinations were conducted in over 15,000 schools in India and abroad. A total of 18,19,772 students appeared for the examination, out of which 16,41,085 passed. The overall pass percentage was 91.10%.
Analysis and Highlights
The results of the CBSE 10th board examinations were highly anticipated by students, parents, and educators alike. The results were declared on May 6, 2019.
The overall pass percentage was recorded at 91.10%. Girls outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 92.45%, while the pass percentage of boys was recorded at 89.32%.
The top three states in terms of pass percentage were Kerala (97.32%), Delhi (95.40%), and Tamil Nadu (94.25%). The national capital, Delhi, recorded the highest pass percentage of 95.40%.
The toppers in the CBSE 10th board examinations were Pradhuman Singh from Delhi and Bhoomi Sawant from Pune, who both secured 499 out of 500 marks.
The CBSE 10th board examinations results have been declared and the overall pass percentage was recorded at 91.10%. Girls have outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 92.45%. The top three states in terms of pass percentage were Kerala (97.32%), Delhi (95.40%), and Tamil Nadu (94.25%). The toppers in the CBSE 10th board examinations were Pradhuman Singh from Delhi and Bhoomi Sawant from Pune, who both secured 499 out of 500 marks.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 10th Board Examination results have been released. Millions of students, who were anxiously waiting for their results, can now check their scores online.
The CBSE 10th results were officially declared on 6th May 2019, and students can access their results online by visiting the official website of the board. The scores can also be accessed through SMS, mobile apps, and IVRS on the respective networks.
The CBSE catered to over 16,000 schools spread across India. This year, over 18 million students were registered to take the examinations.
Although the board had initiated a number of reforms to simplify the evaluation process, several students had complained of errors in the evaluation procedure this year. To ensure that a fair evaluation process is maintained for the welfare of the students, the board has granted an opportunity to review their results. The board has also extended its grace marks policy, which enables students to obtain additional marks if their scores are on the verge of failing.
The results have revealed that this year’s topper is Anoushka Chandra from Noida, Delhi, who scored 499 out of 500 and also received the highest score in mathematics. Following her is Jayant Gandhi from Muzaffarpur, Bihar, who scored 498 out of 500.
This year, the board has also extended its special facility for the differently-abled students. Under the scheme, the board provided special measures to accommodate students suffering from physical and learning disabilities. The board also provided special examination centers and teachers so that these students can get their needs addressed properly.
It is heartening to see that the hard work of lakhs of students has paid off, and that the CBSE is taking all the necessary steps to ensure that no student is left behind. The board has also revised its incentive scheme and has announced that the students who have performed exceptionally well in their examinations will receive rewards and special benefits.
We wish all the students who appeared for the 10th Board Examination a hearty congratulations!