CBSE 10th result 2017: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the result for the Class 10 board exams on Saturday at 1 pm. The board announced the result region-wise and students who have appeared for the exams can check their results from the official website once it has been declared. Here are CBSE regions – Delhi, Chennai, Guwahati, Ajmer, Panchkula, Allahabad, Patna, Bhubaneswar, Thiruvananthapuram and Dehradun.
June 3, 5.15 pm: CBSE results announced for all regions. Check your results from the official websites cbse.nic.in, results.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.
June 3, 4.55 pm: Among students who opted out of the boards and appeared for the school-based exams (7,76,621 candidates), about 97.27 per cent passed.
June 3, 4.20 pm: About 3,67,699 candidates appeared from Delhi of whom 2,87,147 passed.
June 3, 4 pm: The pass percentage for Ajmer is 93.3 per cent.
June 3, 3.40 pm: Dehradun has a pass percentage of 97.27.
June 3, 3.20 pm: Allahabad has the third highest pass percentage at 98.23.
June 3, 3 pm: The overall pass percentage, which is at 90.96, has had a drop over the previous years since 2014 when the pass percentage was at 98.87 per cent and in 2016 it was at 96.21 per cent.
June 3, 2.45 pm: Chandigarh has a pass percentage of 94.34.
June 3, 2.30 pm: Patna has a pass percentage of 95.5 per cent.
June 3, 2.19 pm: Guwahati has the pass percentage of 65.53, the lowest among all regions.
June 3, 2.12 pm: Madras closely follows Trivandrum with a pass percentage of 99.62 per cent.
June 3, 2.05 pm: For Bhubaneshwar in Odisha, the pass percentage stands at 92.15 where more than 72,000 candidates appeared and 67,200 students passed.
June 3, 2 pm: The pass percentage for Delhi has dipped by 13 per cent since last year. The city’s pass percentage this year stands at 78.09 per cent.
June 3, 1:45 pm: Among all regions, Trivandrum has fared best by registering pass percentage of 99.85 per cent.
June 3, 1:40 pm: Out of 1659558 candidates, 1509383 students have passed.
June 3, 1:27 pm: The overall pass percentage is 90.96. Last year it was 96.21 per cent.
June 3, 1:10 pm: Till now, the results of Delhi, Allahabad, Dehradun, Chennai and Trivandrum results are out.
June 3, 1:00: CBSE officials have said that the Class 10th results 2017 will be announced region-wise and by 2 pm, they’ll release all regions results.
June 3, 12:45: CBSE officials are in the process to announce the results. They’ll release pass percentage soon.
Number of students who registered for Class 10 and 12 boards- 19,85,397
Number of students who appeared for Class 10 boards- 8,86,506
Number of female students who appeared for the Class 10 boards- 3,70,615
Number of male students who appeared for the Class 10 boards- 5,15,891