CBSE Class 10 results: Pass percentage falls by 13 per cent

Kristen Gonzales
June 4, 2017

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the results of its Class X exams for 2017.

The Chennai region, which includes Karnataka, ranks second among the CBSE's 10 regions, with a pass percentage of 99.62 as against 99.69 in 2016.

After too many speculations, CBSE today declared the results of its Class 10 Board examination results, which can be accessed at the official website on cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in around 1:30 pm.

CBSE 10th result 2017 have finally been declared, ending the suspense for 16 lakh students who took the exams in April. 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.

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However, the board has been embroiled in controversy over its marks moderation policy. Good Luck for all the students who wrote their 10th exam and waiting for the result today. "Unlike other boards, CBSE has ended the rat race for marks". The official site may be slow due to server down issues, you can download CBSE 10 Results 2017 from manabadi.com or from our website. The reason being that the students were given a choice whether to opt for the boards in their 10th or appear for school-based exams. Of them, 23,080 students were from Odisha. The pass-percentage for differently-abled students across the regions stacked up at 89.4 per cent.

Just like previous years, CBSE will be publishing the Class X result on internet. The total number of schools that conducted the CBSE's Senior Secondary School Certificate examination is 16,347 and most of the schools have 100 per cent pass percentage. For any update related to results, student should keep a track on the official result portal only.

Check the result and take printout for further reference. This is a few notches below 2014 pass percentage of 98.87 per cent and even last year's 96.21 per cent. However, the pass percentage of boys improved by a significant margin, jumping from last year's 78.9% to 93.4%; that of girls improved from 88.6% to 92.5%.

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