CBSE Class 10th Result 2017 Declared; Check At Cbseresults.nic.in, Cbse.nic.in
Amidst wild speculations about 10th board result, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally declared the result for class 10th board exam today. The exam was conducted in March-April this year.
Education | Written by Anisha Singh, | Updated: Jun 3, 2017 9:31 pm IST | Source: NDTV
So far the result has been declared for Allahabad, Chennai, Delhi, Trivandrum, and Dehradun region. Result for Ajmer, Patna, Panchkula, Guwahati and Bhubaneshwar regions are awaited.
According to ANI, the pass percentage of students in CBSE class 10th board exams is 90.95% which is lower than last year, when the pass percentage was 96.21%.
The Overall pass percentage in CBSE Board Class 10th exam in 2017 is 90.95% ;overall pass percentage in 2016 was 96.21%— ANI (@ANI_news) June 3, 2017
According to PTI, Trivandrum region has highest pass percentage at 99.85, followed by Madras at 99.62 and Allahabad at 98.23 per cent. Delhi's pass percentage has fallen by over 13 per cent. The pas percentage for Delhi is 78.09 this year as opposed to 91.06 per cent last year.
How to check CBSE 10th board result 2017?
Step one: Go to official results website: cbseresults.nic.in
Step two: Click on the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) Result 2017 link.
Step three: Enter your roll number, centre number, and school number.
Step four: Click on submit and view your result.
Take a printout of your result. However, the online result is only provisional in nature and must be confirmed with the original marks statement which will be available shortly after result declaration at the respective schools. Students can use the online marks statement to apply at schools for admission to 10+2 or inter college but will need their original marks sheet at the time of admission.
CBSE Class 10th Results 2017: Ajmer, Patna, Panchkula, Guwahati, Bhubaneshwar Regions Declared At Cbseresults.nic.in
CBSE releases the 10th board result in the form of grades. The grading system was introduced in 10th board exam in order to reduce stress among students who felt undue pressure which resulted from competitive aspects of scoring higher marks and percentage.
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