Union Minister of Human Resource and Development Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank congratulated the candidates who successfully cleared the CBSE Class 10 exams this year. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results of over 18.89 lakh Class 10 candidates were declared on Wednesday. The pass percentage this year recorded a slight increase of 0.36 to stand at 91.46.
Taking to Twitter, Pokhriyal said: “Dear Students, Parents, and Teachers! CBSE has announced the results of Class X and can be accessed at https://t.co/U3MU3QfULs. We congratulate you all for making this possible. I reiterate, student’s health & quality education are our priority.”
We congratulate you all for making this possible. I reiterate, student’s health & quality education are our priority.
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 15, 2020
Kerala’s Trivandrum emerged as best performing district with 99.28 students passing the exam, followed by Chennai in Tamil Nadu, which recorded 98.95 pass percentage.
This year, 41,804 students — or 2.23% of the candidates — scored above 95%, which is a dip from last year’s 3.25%. Likewise, 18,4358 — or 9.84% — of the total number of candidates scored above 90%, which is significantly less than last year’s 12.78%.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee too congratulated CBSE Class 10 candidates for achieving success in their first public examination and thanked the teachers and parents for their support to the students in “such testing times”.
Congratulations to all CBSE Class 10 candidates for the success in your first public examinations. May you excel in all your future endeavours,building your careers and contributing to the nation’s welfare.Thanks to the parents and teachers for their support in such testing times
— Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) July 15, 2020
Students can check their results at cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in. The results are also available at Digi locker and Umang app. This year’s CBSE Class 10 results 2020 were special because the marks were awarded without conducting all the exams. In the paper, of which exam could not be conducted, CBSE awarded marks based on an average of the highest three marks obtained in subjects of which exams were held.
For those who appeared in three exams only, the best of the two papers were considered. Those who appeared in one or two exams, the internal assessment were also considered.
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