This year, girls performed better than boys in the CBSE class 10 examinations.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results of Class 10 examinations on July 15. Just like the class 12 results, the Board issued a statement saying that it would not publish the Class 10 merit list due to the pandemic situation, which clearly came in the way of result publication. The Council, however, managed to announce the class 10 results following the latest assessment scheme.
Here are 5 important points you should know about the CBSE 2020 results:
• A total of 18,85,885 students had registered for class 10 exams this year, out of which 18,73,015 appeared, and 17,13,121 students have passed. Thus pegging the pass percentage at 91.46 per cent. The pass percentage has increased by 0.36 percent as compared to the last year.
• This year, girls performed better than boys in the class 10 examination. Pass percentage among girls is 93.31 percent, and among boys is 90.14 percent.
• Trivandrum region has topped with 99.28 pass percentage, Guwahati region records lowest pass percentage at 79.12.
• 8.02 per cent students have been placed in the compartment category. The number of students placed in the compartment category has increased from last year.
• This is the first time the board will not publish its toppers’ list. In 2019, there were 13 candidates at the top. To name a few, Siddhaant Pengpriya, Divyansh Wadhwa, Yogesh Kumar Gupta, Ankur Mishra, Vatsal Varshney.
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