CBSE Class X Result 2021 has been declared on Tuesday. This year a record 99.04% of CBSE class X students have cleared the exam. During the Corona epidemic, the assessment of students has been done on the basis of their performance in the previous classes. The pass percentage this year has been higher by 7.58 percent as compared to the previous academic year. This year a record 99.04% of CBSE class X students have cleared the exam.
Compared to last year Pass percentage higher by 7.58 percent this year Is
The pass percentage this year has been higher by 7.58 percent as compared to the previous academic year. It is worth noting that this year the examinations have not been conducted, whereas last year the examinations of some subjects were conducted before the first lockdown was imposed. Let us tell you that this year the pass percentage of class 12th has been 99.37%. Class 10 students were assessed on the basis of their performance in unit tests, mid term/ half yearly examinations and pre-board examinations. Like last year, the board has not released the merit list this year also in view of the change in the assessment method.
More than 20 lakh students of 10th 90% has scored more than
The board has declared the results of 20 lakh 97 thousand 128 out of 21 lakh 13 thousand 767 regular students who appeared in the examination this year. Out of them 20 lakh 76 thousand 997 or 99.04% students have passed 10th board class. At least 20 lakh 962 and 57 thousand 824 students have secured more than 90% and 95% marks respectively, which is more than last year’s scores of 18 lakh 43 thousand 58 and 41 thousand 8 hundred 4 students in the same range.
Result of more than 16 thousand students pending
At the same time, the officials said that the process of results of about 16 thousand 639 students is still pending. CBSE Controller of Examinations, Sanyam Bhardwaj pointed out that the schools of students whose results have not been released “either did not fulfill the required criteria or have not provided the required information in these cases.” He further said that the board has Online portal has already been opened for these schools. The regional authorities have also started the work on this and we will declare the results of these students as soon as possible. “
Delhi’s 10th board passing percentage is 98.27% Stayed
Talking about the capital Delhi, the overall pass percentage of Delhi has increased from 85.86% last year to 98.27%. The overall pass percentage of government schools in Delhi has increased from 82.61% last year to 97.52%. In private schools, this number has increased from 90.2% last year to 99.58 percent this year.
Thiruvananthapuram score in tally Top Feather Is
Thiruvananthapuram topped the score tally with 99.99%, followed by Bengaluru (99.96%), Chennai (99.94%), Pune (99.92%) and Ajmer (99.88%). Keeping up with the trend, this year also girls have performed better than boys. The passing percentage of girls was 0.35 percent more than that of boys, although the gap in performance has narrowed significantly, earlier this difference was 3.17% percentage points.