Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 board result was announced on Monday around 2 pm at the official websites — cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. As per the report, Class 10 exams were conducted from February 2 to March 29, while Class 12 board exams were held from February 15 to 4 April. This year, over 27 lakh candidates appeared for the Class 10 CBSE exams, out of total 1827472 students, as many as 10,70,579 are boys and 7,56,893 girls.
As many as 13 students outshined as the toppers securing 499 marks out of 500. Siddhant Pengoriya, Divyansh Wadhwa, Ankur Mishra, Vatsal Varshney, Isha Madan, Apoorva Jain, Shivani Lath from Dehradun, Yogesh Kumar Gupta from Prayagraj, Manya and Divjot Kaur Jaggi from Panchkula, Aryan Jha and Taru Jain from Ajmer Bhavana N Sivadas from Thiruvananthapuram topped the list of CBSE.
The overall pass percentage in CBSE Class 10 exam is 91.1 per cent. Girls perform better than boys by 2.31 per cent this year. The CBSE was quicker to evaluate the result of the students even before ICSE which is the first to announce the result.
Narendra Modi tweeted as follows,” Proud of my young friends who have successfully cleared the CBSE Class X examinations. Wishing them the very best for their journey ahead. May these young minds continue making us proud. Congratulations also to their teachers and parents! “
Smriti Irani elatedly shared her daughter’s result tweeting, “10th board results out. Daughter scored 82%. Proud of that, in spite of challenges she has done well. Way to go Zoe.”
Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar congratulated all the students who had succeeded in the CBSE 10th board exams and said, “More than 91 per cent of student passed, and those 9 per cent who could not clear the exam this time, will definitely perform best in their compartment examination and must not get disheartened. He congratulated the students with special needs have also performed well with a pass percentage of 90. He eulogized CBSE for conducting “glitch-free and hassle-free” examination as there was not a single report of leakage of exam papers. This is how CBSE has conducted the examination and improved over the years. Papers were leaked by some vested interest the last time. The accused is now serving the sentence.