CBSE Class 10 Exam Results 2019 declared with 91.90%pass percentage


There are 13 students sharing the top spot by having scored 499 out of 500. Eight of these students are from the state of Uttar Pradesh alone.

The exam was conducted in the months of February and March respectively. More than 17 lakh plus students appeared for the exam this year. The CBSE board has declared the results within 38 days of the exam. The list of toppers in no particular order is as follows

  • Siddhant Pengoriya (Noida)
  • Divyasnh Wadhwa (Noida)
  • Yogesh Kumar Gupta (Jaunpur)
  • Ankur Mishra (Ghaziabad)
  • Vatsal Varshney (Meerut)
  • Manya (Bhatinda)
  • Aryan Jha (Jamnagar)
  • Taru Jain (Jaipur)
  • Bhavana N Sivadas (Kerala)
  • Ish Madan (Ghaziabad)
  • Divjot Kaur Jaggi (Ambala)
  • Apoorva Jain (Ghaziabad)
  • Shivani Lath (Noida)

The CBSE board performance this year in class 10 annual board exams has increased by a whopping 4.40%. A total of 91.10% pass percentile has been recorded in the exam. Thiruvananthapuram stands first with the highest pass percentage of 99.85% closely followed by Chennai with 99%. The least pass percentage was seen in Guwahati region with 74.49%. Girls have outperformed boys by a small percentage gap. 92.45% of girls have cleared the exam while the pass percentage among boys is 90.14%.

Instead of percentile ranking, class 10 CBSE students are provided with grades which can then be converted to marks with the official converter on the board website. The marks sheets and other certificates can be obtained immediately in DigiLocker account set up by CBSE for students. The results can be procured from the official result portalĀ or by simply using Google search.

The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts examination for public and private schools and is a national level board of education in India. It is headed and controlled by the Union Government of India. All the schools affiliated to the CBSE board are required to follow the NCERT curriculum only. CBSE affiliated schools in India approximately amounts to 19,316 and 211 schools in 28 foreign countries.


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