CBSE class 10 result is available on the official website cbseresults.nic.in.
Nagpur: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the result of Class 10 examination on Monday. The students can access their score at cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. CBSE’s performance in Class 10 annual board exams has increased by 4.40%. This year 91.10% students have cleared the exam.
As many as 13 students scored 499 out of 500 marks this year in the CBSE Class 10 exams 2019. In a close second, 25 students scored 498 out of 500 marks, and 58 students scored 497 out of 500 marks. Siddhant Pengoriya from Lotus Valley International School in Noida is among the 13 toppers who scored 499 out of 500. The other toppers are Divyansh Wadhwa, Yogesh Kumar Gupta, Ankur Mishra, Vatsal Varshney, Manya, Aryan Jha, Taru Jha, Bhavana Sivadas, Ish Madan, Divjot Kaur Jaggi, Apoorva Jain, and Shivani Lath.
Once again, Thiruvananthapuram fared best in CBSE Class 10 exams. Like last year, students from Thiruvananthapuram fared the best with a pass percentage of 99.85 percent, followed by Chennai (99 percent) and Ajmer (95.89 percent). In 2018, the Thiruvananthapuram region performed the best with a 99.60 percent pass percentage. The region fared the best in the Class 12 CBSE results, as well.
Region-wise pass percentage of CBSE Class 10 2019:
CBSE Class 10 students fare better than Class 12:
The CBSE Class 12 results 2019 were announced on May 2. Students registered a pass percentage of 83.7 percent. Hansika Shukla from Ghaziabad and Karishma Arora from Muzaffarnagar topped the CBSE Class 12 exams. In comparison, Class 10 students scored much better, with a much higher pass percentage of 91.1 percent.
CBSE Class 10 students break downward trend of pass percentage
Year Pass percentage
The CBSE results are available on the net with the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC). The students can access their marks through the following websites — results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. In case, these websites are inaccessible, students can view their marks at bing.com. The schools will automatically get their entire results on email IDs already registered with the CBSE.
CBSE had conducted the Class 10th examination from February 21 to March 29. A total of 18,27,472 candidates were registered for the exam. A total of 40, 296 candidates appeared from 98 exam centres outside India. Out of them, 20, 077 were male candidates and 20, 219 were female candidates while 197 were candidates with special needs.
Smriti Irani’s daughter scored 82% in CBSE 10th Board exam. In a tweet, the Union Minister says, “10th board results out . Daughter scored 82%. Proud that in spite of challenges she has done well. Way to go Zoe.”
Steps to check your CBSE Class 10 results 2019:
Step 1: Visit the official websites cbseresults.nic.in or cbse.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on ‘Class 10 Result 2019’.
Step 3: Enter your registration number or roll number and other admit card details in the provided fields and click on ‘Submit’ .
Step 4: Once your result appears on the screen, download it and take a printout for future reference.
Alternative ways to check CBSE Class 10 results:
Owing to the extremely high volume of traffic that the official CBSE websites are likely to see, students can face difficulty in logging in. In such a case, there are a multiple other ways students can check their scores.
Students can also check their scores via ways provided by Google and Microsoft in case the official websites are cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in down. Google has also partnered with CBSE to make it easier for students to find their results and other exam-related information. All students have to do is go to google.com and type CBSE result to get the link. Students can use keywords like ‘Class 10 results’ or ‘CBSE Class 10 results’, ‘how to check Class 10 results’, or ‘check CBSE Class 10 results’ on the homepage.
Result on SMS
Those unable to access the results via the internet can avail themselves of an SMS service. Candidates can also check their Class 10 results on the UMANG mobile app which is available on smart phones which run on Android, iOS and Windows. Digital mark sheets to be made available on DigiLocker.
Other modes to check result
This year, Microsoft will host the CBSE results through the SMS Organizer app. To avail themselves of this service, students have to pre-register on SMS Organizer. Once CBSE announces the results, students or their parents will get the relevant scores even if they are not connected to the internet.
Steps to apply for re-evaluation
Studentrs not pleased with their scores can apply for re-evaluation on cbse.nic.in. Re-checking of each subject will cost Rs 500. Students can apply for re-evaluation from 24 May till 25 May 25 till 5 pm.