The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the results of the 10th standard examinations for the academic year 2020-21. The results were declared on July 15th, 2021. This year, the board has seen a considerable improvement in the overall performance of students, with the overall pass percentage being recorded at 88.78%.
CBSE 10th Result Overview
The CBSE 10th result 2021 was declared on July 15, 2021. A total of 18,73,015 students had registered for the 10th board exams, out of which 18,20,294 students had appeared for the same. The overall pass percentage was recorded at 88.78%, which is a considerable improvement over the previous year’s pass percentage of 86.19%.
The girls outperformed the boys with a pass percentage of 92.45%, while the boys recorded a pass percentage of 85.40%. In terms of the region-wise performance, the Thiruvananthapuram region topped the charts with a pass percentage of 97.67%, while the Chennai region came in second with a pass percentage of 96.09%.
Analysis of CBSE 10th Results
The CBSE 10th result 2021 has seen a significant improvement in the overall performance of students. The pass percentage has increased by 2.59% from 86.19% to 88.78%. This is largely attributed to the efforts of the board in introducing several initiatives to improve the quality of education in the country.
The board also introduced several online and offline resources to help students prepare better for the board exams. The board also conducted regular mock tests and provided feedback to the students to help them understand their weak areas and work on them.
The region-wise performance of the CBSE 10th result 2021 also highlights the importance of providing quality education to students across the country. The Thiruvananthapuram region has performed exceptionally well, with a pass percentage of 97.67%, while the Chennai region has also done well with a pass percentage of 96.09%.
Overall, the CBSE 10th result 2021 has been a testament to the board’s efforts in providing quality education to students across the country. The board has worked hard to introduce several initiatives to improve the quality of education and the results of the 10th standard exams are a reflection of their hard work.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the CBSE Results for the Class X Board Examinations on 29th May 2020. All the students are eager to know their performance in the examination.
The CBSE Board Examinations this year witnessed an increase in participation from the students, making it the largest school-level examination in India with nearly 18 million students appearing for the examinations.
This year, the pass percentage of the CBSE Class X Result is 91.46%. This is a slight improvement compared to last year’s 90.14%, indicating that the students are taking their studies seriously and are striving to attain higher results.
The states that have scored the highest this year are Tripura and Delhi, both having secured a pass percentage of 99.87%. Public schools in Delhi have improved significantly and have been able to secure a pass percentage of 99.6%, a significant jump from the last year’s 97.68%.
The CBSE Class X examination this year was conducted in two phases, mainly to ensure the safety of the students in the wake of the pandemic. The students were asked to appear for the exam either in their school premises or they were given the option to opt for a virtual mode.
Despite the sudden disruption of studies due to the pandemic, the students have been able to secure good results in the CBSE Class X Exam. This is a testament to their hard work, dedication and determination.
The CBSE board has also given credit to the efforts of the teachers and school administrations in helping the students in achieving their goals. The board acknowledged the commitment and dedication of the teachers in ensuring that the students stayed motivated to work hard and excel in their examinations.
The CBSE results for the Class X Board examinations this year is yet another evidence of the resilience of the students to excel and perform better despite the unprecedented inconvenience created by the pandemic. We congratulate all the students for their hard work and progress.