HIGHLIGHTS OF CBSE CLASS 10th 2021 BOARDS RESULTS

CBSE announced the much-awaited Class 10th BOARDS result on 3 August 2021, at noon on its official website. CBSE had priorly authorized the cancelation of the 10th standard examination following the deafening COVID-19 turmoil in the country. An alternative evaluation method for calculating the results was adopted by CBSE for this academic year.

Check some of the highlighting conclusions from the CBSE CLASS 10th BOARDS results.

  • 21,50,608 students had registered for the exam and the results of 20,97,128 candidates were declared on 3rd August 2021
  • About 20,76,997 students out of 20,97,128 have qualified for the exams this year.
  • The pass percentage is approximately 99.04%, with girls transcending the boys with a pass percentage margin of 0.35% percent. The pass percentage of both girls and boys is recorded at 99.24% and 98.89% respectively.
  • CBSE marked an increment of 8% pass percentage points from last year. Last year, 91.46% of the candidates who appeared for the 10th standard examinations had managed to qualify for higher studies. 
  • A shocking number of 2,00,962 students in total have secured a score between 90-95%. Also, around 54,876 students have secured an aggregate score of 95% and above.
  • Trivandrum and Bengaluru have recorded the highest number of students who have qualified for the exams. The pass percentage for both regions is 99.99% and 99.96% respectively. 
  • All Kendriya Vidyalayas have managed to secure a perfect score of 100% pass percentage. 
  • CBSE will not be declaring any merit list for candidates this year. 
  • The results of around 16,939 students are under process and yet to be declared. 
  • CBSE will also be conducting exams for 36,841 private and patrachar candidates. These exams are to be held between 16 August and September 15
  • The results have extracted mixed reactions from students. Students who are dissatisfied with their scores can appear for compartment exams. CBSE will be announcing the dates for these compartment exams once the COVID-19 situation is stable throughout the country.
  • Candidates can now download their mark sheets online from the websites cbse.nic.in and results.nic.in. 

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