The pass percentage this year is 91.46. Compared to last year, this statistic has bettered itself by 0.36 percent.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared its class 10 results on July 15. The board has decided not to release the merit list this year. Over 18 lakh students had registered for the exam in this academic year, out of which 17,13,121 students managed to pass, pegging the pass percentage at 91.46. As compared to last year, the pass percentage has seen an increase by 0.36%.
The Human Resource Development (HRD) minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ took to Twitter to confirm the result declaration announcement. He said, “Dear Students, Parents, and Teachers! @cbseindia29 has announced the results of Class X and can be accessed at http://cbseresults.nic.in. We congratulate you all for making this possible. I reiterate, student's health & quality education are our priority.”
Dear Students, Parents, and Teachers!@cbseindia29 has announced the results of Class X and can be accessed at https://t.co/U3MU3QfULs.— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 15, 2020
We congratulate you all for making this possible. I reiterate, student's health & quality education are our priority.
The pass percentage among the girls stands at 93.31 whereas for the boys it is 90.14. And for the transgender students, it is 78.95. As we roll our eyes over the region-wise list of pass percentages, Trivandrum has topped with 99.28%, followed by Chennai at 98.95 and Bengaluru at 98.23. Fourth among the regions is Pune with 98.05 %, and Ajmer managed 96.93%. Talking about the eastern region, Guwahati stands at 79.12%.
Students can access their results on the board’s official website as well as on the official mobile applications, Umang, DigiResults, and Microsoft SMS organiser.
Documents such as marksheets, migration certificate, and pass certificate will be provided via the board’s academic repository ‘Parinam Manjusha,’ integrated with DigiLocker app.
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