A total of 16,68,567 students appeared for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 exams this session, out of which 7,55,652 gave board exams, while the rest went for school-based exams. We just hope and pray that UP Board doesn't follow the footsteps of CBSE board in the result declaration scenario of Class 10th board exams of this year. "The association is planning to have special tutorial classes arranged so that the students can adapt to the change", said Indira Rajan, general secretary, Kerala CBSE Schools Management Association.Teachers will be given special tutorials to help students adapt to the new system.
Following are the details of number of students who got A1 grade in each subject: English 100, Hindi 26, Arabic 23, Malayalam 82, French 10, Maths 71, Science 86 and Social Science 85.
According to the Date Sheet released on the CBSE website, Class X and Class XII both exams began together on March 09, 2017. Among 2,132 schools, 578 were determined as examination centres on which the examinations were held for class X. CBSE class 10 toppers list, CBSE 10 result 2017 name wise, central board results class 10 school wise, CBSE class 10 grades will be available in the official website. The number of girls who secured the highest grade point of 10 remained at 1,00,950. Results are out for all the regions with Bhubaneswar registering a pass percentage of 92.15.
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In 2016, the CBSE Class 10 Result was declared on 28th May in the late afternoon. The pass percentage registered a dip of over 5 per cent.
Unlike a year ago, the number of boys who passed the examination is slightly more than girls.
The pass percentage of the students for this year is expecting high. Of them, 23,080 students were from Odisha.
Many began thinking of their future professions on the basis of these results. Out of 1659558 candidates, 1509383 students have passed.