Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declares the results of Class X Examination

Lucknow (JnN). After the intervention of the Central Board of Secondary Education Board (CBSE), the examination of test takers of Class 10 ended today. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the results of Class X examination.

This time the total pass percentage is 90.95 percent. Trivandrum region remained at the top with 99.85 percent marks. Chennai remained second with 99.26 per cent. Allahabad is in third position. 98.23 percent students and students have passed from Allahabad region. Fourth is Dehradun, while Delhi's result is 78.09 percent.

Candidates can check their results on the CBSE website Cbseresults.nic.in and Cbse.nic.in. The result was announced at around 1 pm. If you do not open this website because of excess load, you can see the results on results.nic.in as well.

Following the decision of the Moderation Policy and the Delhi High Court, the board issued results of 12th within a day or two. Generally, the board also releases results of 10th within a few days of issuing 12th class results.

Please check result

First, go to the official website of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) http://cbseresults.nic.in. Now click on the link (Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (Class X) 2017) for the tenth result. After that the day box will appear in the page that will open. Enter your roll number, school number and center number in it. Then press the subset button. The result will be in front of you when you press the button. Get the print out of the result and download it.

Result based on moderation policy

The CBSE had canceled the moderation policy to prevent cut-offs becoming high in the colleges year-to-year. In this policy, Grace numbers were given to the student for difficult questions of the paper, but after the intervention of Delhi High Court The Board has decided to implement the change from next year. Earlier, the Board had issued the results of 12 th on May 28. In which 82 percent of the students in total passed. Result was one percent less than last year. In 2016, 83% of students had passed. This year 10091 children scored between 95 and 100 per cent, the last time this figure was 9351. The Board had announced the results of all 10 regions together. Noida's Defense Gopal topped the country with 99.6% marks.

In CBSE, the number of test takers in sixty districts of Allahabad range is 1 lakh 76 thousand 336. CBSE's 10th examinations lasted from 9 March to 10 April, while all the examinations ended on April 29. This time CBSE conducted board exams in 60 districts in Allahabad region. This time, in the board exam, a total of 1670 schools of Allahabad were joined and 300 examination centers were formed. In which more than 3,39,000 candidates were involved. In this, the number of test takers in the 10th board examination is 1 lakh 76 thousand 336.
                                                                       ----Sushmita Jha

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