The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the class 10 outcome on Tuesday for more than 20 lakh understudies, and has kept the consequence of 16639 understudies under measure. The aftereffects of these understudies will be proclaimed later.
Further subtleties on the outcome statement of these understudies is anticipated.
99.04% understudies have passed the CBSE class 10 and are qualified for advanced education. Last year, 91.46% of absolute understudies had passed class 10.
In class 10 this year, 0.84% of the complete understudies, involving 17636 understudies, have been put in compartment classification. The tests for these understudies will be held from August 16 to September 15.
The board had declared the outcomes for class 12 on July 30, and the scores of 65,184 up-and-comers have been kept down.
On forthcoming class 12 outcome, Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Examinations had said, “The aftereffect of around 1,060 new schools is as yet under measure as there was no reference year. Subsequently, the board is investigating the premium of these competitors and their outcome will be pronounced most recent by August 5.”
This year, 99.37 percent of over 14.30 lakh class 12 understudies have cleared the test.
The complete number of understudies who have passed class 10 and 12 has expanded from last year.