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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday declared the results of the 10th grade examination. According to the statement released by CBSE, a total of 91.46 percent students passed in the 10th standard this year, while 91.10 percent students passed in 2019. That is, 0.36 percent more students passed this year than last year. CBSE has provided facility for students to download marksheets digitally. CBSE students can download their digital marksheet, certificate, skill certificate, migration certificate from DigiLocker app. After downloading the app, one has to log in with the CBSE registered mobile number, OTP and 6-digit roll number. Digilocker’s details have also been sent to the registered mobile number of students by CBSE.
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Region-wise Trivandrum performed the best in class 10, with a pass percentage of 99.28 students.
CBSE decided not to release merit list this year, given the circumstances arising out of Corona virus infection. The board used the necessary repetition terminology “in place of fail”.
This year the passing percentage of girls was 93.31, while the passing percentage of boys was 90.14. The passing percentage of transgender was 78.95. 41,804 students scored more than 95 percent in the 10th grade examination, while 1,84,358 students scored more than 90 percent. Greeting the students, Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said in his tweet that the health and education of the students is the priority of the government.
This year 10th class examinations were conducted at 5377 examination centers in 20,387 schools. In this, 18,85,881 students had registered to take the exam and 18,73,015 students appeared in the examination. Of these, 91.46 percent students passed.
CBSE said in its statement that CBSE had to postpone the scheduled examinations from March 19 to 31 due to the rapid outbreak of the Kovid-19 epidemic during the 10th grade examination. After a re-assessment of the conditions, it was decided that the Board would not be in a position to conduct the examination during this period, including an examination to be held in North East Delhi.
It said that in view of the disqualifications and unforeseen circumstances, the CBSE prepared an assessment plan for calculating the results of the 10th standard examination in accordance with the decision of the Supreme Court of India. Under this, the results of the students who took the examinations in all subjects were declared on the basis of their performance in the examinations. The second category is of students who took examinations in more than three subjects. In this case, based on the average of the marks obtained in the three best performing subjects, marks were given in those subjects which were not tested.
The third category is of students who took the exam in only three subjects. Such students were awarded marks based on the average of marks obtained in the two best performing subjects.
At the same time, region-wise Trivandrum’s performance was the best in the class 10th examination results, where the passing percentage of the students was 99.28. The passing percentage of Chennai region was recorded at 98.95 and the passing percentage for Bengaluru area was 98.23. The passing percentage of Pune region was 98.05 and that of Ajmer region was 96.93.
Passing percentage of Panchkula region was 94.31, passing percentage of Bhubaneswar region was 93.20, pass percentage of Bhopal region was 92.86 and pass percentage of Chandigarh area was 91.83 whereas 90.69 percent students from Patna area were successful. Passed percentage of 89.72 from Dehradun region, 89.12 percent from Prayagraj area and 84.87 percent from Noida region were successful. Passing percentage of Delhi West Region was 85.96, Passing percentage of Delhi East Area was 85.79 while 79.12 percent students from Guwahati region were successful.
This year 3,12,779 students from the entire Delhi region had registered for the exam and 3,09,537 students appeared for the exam. Of these, 2,65,756 students passed the examination. The passing percentage of the entire Delhi region was 85.86.
For class 10, 23,841 students had registered for the examination in foreign schools and 23,716 students took the examination. Of these, 23,400 students passed. The passing percentage of students in the 10th standard in foreign schools was 98.67.