The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the class 10th result on Tuesday. A total of 99.04% children have passed in class 10th. The number of children passing out this year has increased by 7.58% as compared to last year.
CBSE 10th Result 2021: Trivandrum region again tops the country with 99.99%, lowest pass percentage of Guwahati region with 90.54%.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the 10th results today at 12 noon on Tuesday. In this 99.04% students have passed. This time also the girls have won. The pass percentage of girls is 0.35% higher than boys. A total of 21 lakh 13 thousand 767 students had registered for the 10th examination. Out of these, the result of 20 lakh 97 thousand 128 students has been released. At the same time, the result of 16 thousand 639 students is not ready yet. The date of release of their result will be informed later. According to CBSE 57,824 students have got more than 95% marks. At the same time, the score of 2 lakh students has been between 90 to 95%.
Even though this time also the board has released the result without merit list i.e. without the names of the toppers. But, there is competition among the regions this time also. Trivandrum region has once again topped the country with 99.99% result. Whereas, Guwahati region has the lowest passing percentage with 90.54%. Know which region is above and which is below in terms of passing percentage.
Here is the passing percentage in all the regions.
|Region Name||Passing percentage|
Check result on CBSE website like this.
- First of all go to the official site of CBSE cbseresults.nic.in .
- Click on the Class 10th CBSE Result 2021 link on the home page here.
- Now a new page will open the candidates have to login.
- Your result will be displayed on the screen as soon as you login.
- After checking the result, download it and keep a hard copy.
Marksheet will be available from Digilocker.
This year students will be given digital marksheets through DigiLocker. It has to be downloaded from digilocker.gov.in. DigiLocker credentials have been given to the students by the board through SMS. Using this they can download their mark sheet.