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CBSE Class X result to be declared tomorrow, 29 May

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

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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare the of board exams on Tuesday at 4 pm. The Board is likely to announce the Class X results on its official websites [1, 2 and 3].

The CBSE result date and time were confirmed by the secretary of the ministry, Anil Swarup, in a tweet. The Board announced the Class XII result on 26 May.

At least 28.24 lakh students registered for the CBSE 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.

Earlier on Saturday, the CBSE declared the result of Class XII examinations. Girls outshone boys in the CBSE Class 12 result, with Noida girl Meghna Srivastava, topping the examination this year. The overall pass percentage was 83.01% as against last year’s 82.02%. Girls did better than boys with a pass percentage of 88.31% against boys’ 78.99%.

The board had declared result last year on 3 June. The pass percentage of the CBSE Class X exam last year fell to 90.95% from 96.21% in 2016, registering a dip of over 5%.

The pass percentage of the CBSE exam 2017 in the Delhi region had dropped to 78.09%,  a sharp dip of over 13% since 2016’s 91.06%.

Besides websites, the students can also view their result on UMANG mobile application which is available for Android, iOS and Windows-based smartphone. To receive result through mobile, Delhi students can call at 24300699 while for the rest, it is 011 – 24300699. Moreover, tech-giant  and  have also collaborated with the CBSE to publish the result.

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