CBSE Class 10th Results 2019


Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the class 10th result on 6th May 2019. The result was supposed to be released by 3 pm but got announced earlier.

A total of 17, 61,078 candidates registered for the Class 10 exam conducted at 4,453 centers across India and 78 centers abroad. Pass percentage stands at 91.10 percent.  The total number of candidates who have secured more than 90% is 2.25 lakh and 57,256 students scored more than 95%. Girls have done better than boys by 2.31%. Girls have a pass percentage of 92.45% and boys 90.14%.

Thirteen students have topped class 10th CBSE board exams with 499 out of 500 marks. Ankur Mishra, Shivani Lath, and Taru Jain were among the the joint toppers.

This year the CBSE Class 10th results are available directly on Google since CBSE has now announced its partnership with the search engine for result declaration. The candidates can also check their result through other means:

  1. IVR: Candidates can check their results through an IVR system which will allow you to access your results via a call which is charged at 30 paise per minute for every roll number.
  2. SMS: Charged at 50 paise per SMS, students can get their results on their phones with this service.
  3. DigiLocker: This is a service that saves your CBSE Board Results 2019 and mark sheets in your locker and students can access the results with the account details that are sent to the student via SMS.
  4. Microsoft SMS Organiser: Students can get their Class 10 results delivered directly to their Android smartphones even if they are not connected to the internet using Microsoft’s SMS Organizer, an Android app available on the Google Play Store.

Last year, the Class 10 mathematics paper had surfaced online before the scheduled examination. A case was registered by the Delhi Police on 28th March. While the retest for Class 12 economics paper was held on 25 April, the board decided against a re-test of the 10 Class paper, saying the examination was “largely an internal segment” of the school education system.

After the CBSE 10th results declaration, opting for a stream of choice in Class 11 very important for your future prospects.

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