CBSE Class 10 Results Declared
CBSE 10th results have been announced. The CBSE Class 10 results have been published on the official websites of the Board at cbseresults.nic.in.
CBSE 10th results have been announced. This year, 20,97128 students had registered for Class 10 exams, out of whom, 20,76,997 students have passed. The overall pass percentage this year is at 99.04%, a major increase from 91.46% in 2020 and 91.10% in 2019. Trivandrum region has recorded the highest pass percentage- 99.99%. Chennai and Bengaluru are the second and third best-performing districts with 99.96% and 99.94% respectively.
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The CBSE Class 10 results have been published on the official websites of the Board at cbseresults.nic.in. To check CBSE result 2021 from cbseresults.nic.in, candidates will be required to use roll number as login credentials. Marksheets and certificates of CBSE Class 10 results will be available on DigiLocker, a flagship initiative of the Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY). Candidates can login to the website, digilocker.gov.in by using their mobile numbers registered with CBSE and download marksheet.
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Apart from the official websites, the CBSE 10th results will also be available on the official UMANG websites and also through IVRS and SMS.
CBSE will announce the schedule of these examinations subsequently in consultation with the Government of India.
CBSE has decided to replace the term “FAIL” with the term “Essential Repeat”. Hence, in the result declared no “FAIL” term will be mentioned in the documents issued to the candidates and the result hosted on the website.
In the CBSE 10th result 2020, 41,804 students had managed to score more than 95 per cent of the marks. In 2019, there were over 57,000 students who scored more than 95%. The overall pass percentage last year was at 91.46 %, a marginal increase from 91.10% in 2019. Trivandrum region had recorded the highest pass percentage-- 99.28%.
Addressing the students as "young friends", Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan congratulated everyone and wished for their healthy and bright future. Mr Pradhan, in his micro-blogging site, said: "Heartiest congratulations to all young friends who have cleared the CBSE Class 10 examinations. I wish for their healthy and bright future."
"To my friends who did not meet expectations this year, I urge them to not lose heart and continue working hard. Success will surely follow," the Education Minister added.
Heartiest congratulations to all young friends who have cleared the #CBSE Class X examinations. I wish for their healthy & bright future.— Dharmendra Pradhan (@dpradhanbjp) August 3, 2021
To my friends who did not meet expectations this year, I urge them to not lose heart and continue working hard. Success will surely follow.