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Declared! CBSE Class 10th result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Meet toppers and know their strategy

CBSE board class 10th result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Around 18 lakh students registered for class 10 board exams. Students can check result at cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 7, 2019 1:01:12 pm
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CBSE class 10th result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the class 10 board examination results today at its official website, cbse.nic.in. Last year the results were declared on May 29, 2019. This year the results have been shifted early based on Delhi High Court’s order. The exams also began early this year and the CBSE class 12 result was declared in a record time of 28 days.

CBSE class 10 result 2019 updates

There has been a rise in the pass percentage of 4.40 per cent from last year as the pass percentage reaches 91.1 per cent. This breaks the downwards spell in the pass percentage since 2014, however, the pass percentage is still lower than the pass percentage of CBSE class 10 result 2017 – which was 93.06 per cent.

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Trivandrum region, yet again remains top performer. It had outperformed itself. Last year it had a pass percentage of 99.60 per cent and this year it showed the pass percentage of 99.85 per cent. In CBSE class 12 board results too the region was the top performer.

CBSE class 10th result 2019: How to check

Step 1: Visit the official website, cbse.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the link ‘Class X result’
Step 3: Click on the link CBSE class 10 result
Step 4: Log-in using roll number
Step 5: Result will appear

Around 18 lakh students are awaiting class 10 results. Last year, over 16 lakh had given their class 10 exams. To clear the exam, candidates need to score at least 33 per cent based in theory as well as practical and aggregate score. In 2018, the pass percentage of students was 88.67 per cent. Girls had outperformed than boys as 86.07 per cent girls passed the exams against 85,32 per cent boys.

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    12:03 (IST)07 May 2019
    Divjot Kaur - the topper from Ambala wants to be an IAS officer

    Divjot Kaur Jaggi from Convent of Jesus & Mary, Ambala Cantt is already preparing for medical entrance exams, though her dream is to be an IAS officer. She attributed her marks to regular studies and focus. Her father Savinder Singh Jaggi, a property adviser, said she has always studied hard. Divjot also enjoys playing badminton and basketball, and plays the harmonium and casio.

    11:57 (IST)07 May 2019
    Meet the Chandigarh-Panchkula-Mohali (tricity) topper

    Drishti Gupta, a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya in Sector 15, Panchkula, topped the Tricity with 99.6 per cent in the Class X CBSE examinations. She stands second in the country.

    11:34 (IST)07 May 2019
    Tarun from Jaipur studies 3-4 hours daily

    Taru Jain from St Angela Sophia Senior Sec School, Jaipur secured 499 out of 500. “I used to study for three-four hours every day… I paid equal attention to every subject. Not even in my wildest dreams did I expect such a result,” the 15-year-old said. While her father is a bank manager, her mother is a housewife. She likes playing badminton and is also interested in art.

    11:15 (IST)07 May 2019
    Shivani Lath from Mayoor School, Noida gets 100 in all subjects but Hindi

    Shivani Lath from Mayoor School, Noida scored 100 in all subjects except Hindi. “I took tuition for maths and science… I didn’t neglect any of my hobbies or my social life while preparing for the boards,” said Lath, adding that she was surprised by her marks. She wants to take commerce with maths in class XII and go on to study chartered accountancy, before hopefully becoming an IAS officer. She is also interested in painting.

    11:01 (IST)07 May 2019
    Ish Madan rank 1 in CBSE class 10 results 2019

    Ish Madan from Chaudhary Chhabil Dass Public School, Ghaziabad scored 100 in English, Hindi, maths and social science, losing one mark in science. “I was expecting to do well, but not so well. Even my parents were surprised. I now plan to take PCM (physics, chemistry and maths) and physical education in Class XII, and ultimately do engineering from one of the IITs,” he said. His hobbies include playing and watching cricket, something he did even during his preparation for the board exams.

    10:58 (IST)07 May 2019
    UP kids grab the top ranks in CBSE class 10 result 2019

    Students from Uttar Pradesh once again took the lead as CBSE announced its class X results Monday. Of the 13 who scored 499 out of 500, eight are from the state. Of the 13, seven are boys

    10:58 (IST)07 May 2019
    UP kids grab the top ranks in CBSE class 10 result 2019

    Students from Uttar Pradesh once again took the lead as CBSE announced its class X results Monday. Of the 13 who scored 499 out of 500, eight are from the state. Of the 13, seven are boys

    19:02 (IST)06 May 2019
    Toppers from Shiv Nadar schools in Gurgaon and Noida

    From Shiv Nadar school in Gurgaon, Kabir Singh has secured 99% marks, Shreya Gupta scored 98% and Gariman Sharma scored 96.8% in the board exams. And Arul Kumar scored 97.4%, Yashica Lakhanpal scored 97.2%, Poorvi Kumar and Saawini Mittal secured 96.8% marks each, from Shiv Nadar school in Noida.

    18:47 (IST)06 May 2019
    Trivandrum girl Bhavana is Kerala topper

    Bhavana N Sivadas from Kerala, who emerged as the topper in the CBSE class X from the Trivandrum zone with 499 out of 500 marks, said although she had expected good results, an achievement of this magnitude was unexpected.

    "I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my family, teachers, friends and those who have supported me. I had taken tuitions for Mathematics and Sanskrit. I studied rest of the subjects by myself. Simultaneoulsy, I also indulged myself in activities that I like such as music. I did not restrict myself from doing things that I like such as watching movies and reading books during this time," she said.

    Bhavana said she aspires to become an engineer and is planning to pursue computer science. She is among the 13 students who topped the CBSE class X results with 499 out of 500 marks. Out of these, seven are from the Dehradun zone. Read in Malayalam

    18:26 (IST)06 May 2019
    I'm very social without social media: Topper Siddhant Pengoriya

    Siddhant says he lost 1 mark in English, where he scored 99 out 100. He said he did self study and did not take any private tuition. Though most of the people of his age are active on social media, the boy is nowhere on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media platform.
    "I'm very social without social media," says Siddhant.

    17:53 (IST)06 May 2019
    List of CBSE Class 10 toppers

    Below is a list of toppers who have scored Rank 1, i.e. 499 out of 500 marks

    1) Siddhant Pengoriya (Noida)
    2) Divyasnh Wadhwa (Noida)
    3) Yogesh Kumar Gupta (Jaunpur)
    4) Ankur Mishra (Ghaziabad)
    5) Vatsal Varshney (Meerut)
    6) Manya (Bhatinda)
    7) Aryan Jha (Jamnagar)
    8) Taru Jain (Jaipur)
    9) Bhavana N Sivadas (Kerala)
    10) Ish Madan (Ghaziabad)
    11) Divjot Kaur Jaggi (Ambala)
    12) Apoorva Jain (Ghaziabad)
    13) Shivani Lath (Noida)

    17:41 (IST)06 May 2019
    Union Minister Smriti Irani lauds her daughter for scoring 82 per cent in Board exams

    Smriti Irani's daughter scored 82 per cent in the board exams. The Union Minister, who is facing a poll test in her constituency Amethi, tweeted, "10th board results out . Daughter scored 82% . Proud that inspite of challenges she has done well. Way to go Zo"

    17:32 (IST)06 May 2019
    Noida boy tops board exams

    Siddhant Pengoriya, who wants to be a lawyer, says he will pursue commerce from the same school. His father is a Chartered Accountant.


    Siddhant Pengoriya of Lotus Valley International School, Noida is the All India topper.
    16:38 (IST)06 May 2019
    PM Narendra Modi congratulates CBSE class 10 students
    16:27 (IST)06 May 2019
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulates CBSE students
    16:18 (IST)06 May 2019
    Meet the toppers of CBSE Class 10

    16:04 (IST)06 May 2019

    “Congratulations to over 16 lakh students who have succeeded in #CBSE Xth board examinations and best of luck for those who couldn’t make this time but will make it in next attempt. Overall pass percentage has increased by 4.40 per cent from 80.70 per cent in 2018 to 91.10 per cent in 2019,” tweeted Prakash Javadekar.

    16:03 (IST)06 May 2019
    2,25,143 candidates score more than 90% and 57,256 candidates score more than 95 percent marks this year

    2,25,143 candidates who scored more than 90% and a total of 57256 candidates scored 95% and above, this year.

    15:33 (IST)06 May 2019
    Bathinda girl Manya and Ambala girl Divjot Kaur Jaggi among all India toppers

    93 per cent pass in Panchkula region. Bathinda girl Manya and Ambala girl Divjot Kaur Jaggi among all India toppers with 99.8 per cent. Manya is from St Xavier’s School, Bathinda. 

    15:29 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE class 10th result 2019: How to check

    Step 1: Visit the official website, cbse.nic.in
    Step 2: Click on the link ‘Class X result’
    Step 3: Click on the link CBSE class 10 result
    Step 4: Log-in using roll number
    Step 5: Result will appear

    15:28 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE Class 10 result declared, 16 lakh became successful
    15:25 (IST)06 May 2019
    Transgenders perfrom the best - better than boys and girls

    While the girls outperform boys by 2.31 per cent as 92.45 girls passed the exams against 90.14 per cent students. The transgender students showed the highest pass percentage of 94.74 per cent - which is not only better than both girls and boys but also better than their own result of 83.33 per cent last year.

    15:22 (IST)06 May 2019
    HRD Minister, Prakash Javadekar congratulates CBSE students

    The Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister, Prakash Javadekar congratulates students who cleared the CBSE class 10 board exam as well as wished well to those who could not clear the exam this time.

    Congratulations to over 16 lakh students who have succeeded in #CBSE Xth board examinations and best of luck for those who couldn’t make this time but will make it in next attempt. 

    15:19 (IST)06 May 2019
    KVs show best performance with 99% pass percentage

    Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV) show the best performance in terms of institutes. As many as 99 per cent students from KVs pass the exam. The second best was Jawaharlal Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) with 98.57 per cent students clearing the CBSE class 10 board exam. The worst performance was by the government schools with 71.91 per cent pass percentage

    15:16 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE to have new format for CBSE class 10 2020 boards

    From next year onwards, CBSE will conduct two-level exams for Class 10 mathematics and English board exams. A 20 marks internal exam will be conducted by respective schools and 80 marks will be given to theory for both the subjects. Read full story here.

    15:06 (IST)06 May 2019
    Former HRD Smriti Irani's daughter scores 82% in CBSE class 10 result
    15:05 (IST)06 May 2019
    Check list of top 10 districts

    Among districts, Trivandrum scored highest 99.85 per cent followed by Chennai at 99 per cent. Ajmer is at number three with 95.89 per cent while Panchkula is at 93.72. Here are pass percentage of other districts:

    1 Trivandrum - 99.85
    2 Chennai -  99
    3 Ajmer - 95.89
    4 Panchkula - 93.72
    5 Prayagraj 92.55
    6 Bhubaneswar 92.32
    7 Patna 91.86
    8 Dehradun 89.04
    9 Delhi 80.97
    10 Guwahati 74.49

    15:04 (IST)06 May 2019
    No of exam centers up by 500

    In 2019, the exam was conducted over 4974 centres and last year 4460 exam centres were involved.

    15:00 (IST)06 May 2019
    Trivandrum outperforms itself, best yet again

    Trivandrum region tops yet again with 99.85 pass percentage. Last year too the region was the top performer in class 10 results. This year, it has outperformed itself by .25 per cent. In class 12 Board exam results 2019 as well the region has the best results.

    14:55 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE class 10 result 2019: Not happy with result, here is what to do

    Those who are not happy with their score can apply for re-evaluation from the same website, cbse.nic.in. The online application for verification of marks will begin from May 4, 2019 to May 8, at 5 pm at a cost of Rs 500 per subject. Those who wish to apply for re-evaluation can do so from May 24, 2019 to May 25 by 5 pm. At the cost of Rs 100 per question. The links will be available at the official website, cbse.nic.in. CBSE class 10, 12 re-evaluation process begins

    14:53 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE class 10 mark sheets to be available at digilocker.gov.in

    CBSE will provide Class X digital academic documents (Marksheets, Migration Certificate & Pass Certificate) through its own academic repository ‘Parinam Manjusha’ which is integrated with DigiLocker at https://digilocker.gov.in. The move began in 2016

    14:45 (IST)06 May 2019
    Pass percentage increases by 5%

    Pass percentage breaks downward trend since 2014 and gives an increase of significant 5 per cent from last year to react at 91.1% but is still lower than 2017 when the pass percentage was 93.06%

    14:42 (IST)06 May 2019
    Pass percentage 91.1%

    Pass percentage 91.1% this is a significant rise from last year. The spell of downward trend has been broken 

    14:40 (IST)06 May 2019
    Will Trivandrum be top again?

    In 2018, Trivandrum region performed the best with 99.60 pass percentage. In 2019 class 12 result which was declared last week as well, the region stood first. A similar feat is expected out of the region today as well.

    14:38 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE class 10 result 2019: Compartment data

    In 2018, over 1.86 lakh (1,86,067) students got compartment.

    14:36 (IST)06 May 2019
    Meet toppers in special needs category

    Last year Anushka Panda from Gurugram topped with Sanya Gandhi from Ghaziabad with a score of 489 out of 500 each. The dua had topped in special needs category

    14:33 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE class 10 result 2019 declared!

    The CBSE has declared the result at cbse.nic.in and other official websites and applications

    14:24 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE Class 10th result 2019: How to check on internet

    The CBSE results will be available on the net with the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC). The students can access their marks through the following websites — results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. In case, these websites are inaccessible, students can view their marks at bing.com. The schools will automatically get their entire results on email id’s already registered with the CBSE.

    14:24 (IST)06 May 2019
    Check which mobile applications to follow for CBSE class 10 result 2019

    The CBSE Class X results will also be available via Android mobile app “DigiResults”.

    14:21 (IST)06 May 2019
    CBSE class 10 results 2019: Websites to check

    Since over 16 lakh students will be accessing the website at 3 pm. Here is list of websites to check -  www.results.nic.inwww.cbseresults.nic.in and www.cbse.nic.in.

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    The CBSE class 10 board exams were conducted from February 21 to Mach 29 and the result is being declared in record time. The class 12 was also declared in a record time of 28 days, last week. While CBSE credits the success to its new-age initiatives, the same was implemented after Delhi High Court's orders to allow students with sufficient time for college admissions. The re-evaluation process has also begun.