86.70% pass CBSE Class X exam; Thiruvananthapuram tops

Four students have topped Class X CBSE board exams with 499 out of 500 marks; Prakhar Mittal from DPS Gurgaon, Rimzhim Agarwal from RK Public school Bijnor, Nandini Garg from Scottish Intl school Shamli and Sreelakshmi G from Bhavan Vidyalayas Cochin have secured 499 marks

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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday declared the Class X Board exam results. Students can access their results on the Board’s website,  the officials said. The students may check their individual results here.

The results are accessible from these CBSE sites as well:

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The pass percentage is 86.70%. Thiruvananthapuram is the top region with 99.60 % qualified candidates. 1.3 Lakh students scored more than 90% in CBSE X results. Out of the total 16,24,682 candidates who have appeared for the exam, 1,86,067 students have got a compartment. 

In the ‘differently abled’ category, Anushka Panda of City Gurgaon school topped the exam.

Four students have topped Class X CBSE board exams with 499 out of 500 marks. Prakhar Mittal from DPS Gurgaon, Rimzhim Agarwal from RK Public school Bijnor, Nandini Garg from Scottish Intl school Shamli and Sreelakshmi G from Bhavan Vidyalayas Cochin have secured 499 marks.

At least 28.24 lakh students registered for the CBSE Class X and XII exams, out of which 11.86 lakh students appeared for Class X board exam and 16.38 lakh students took the Class XII exam. The CBSE conducted the Class XII examination from 5 to 13 April and the Class X exam was conducted from 5 March to 4 April.

The board exams this year were marred by with question paper leaks being reported from Delhi-NCR and due to which the economics paper for Class XII was reconducted on 25 April.

The HRD ministry had decided against conducting a re-examination of the class X mathematics paper in the “interest of students”.

This was the first batch to appear for the Class X board examinations after the CBSE decided to junk the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) and reintroduce the board exams.

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