New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared CBSE Board Class 10th Results 2016 on Saturday, May 28. With a pass percentage of 96.36%, girls outshone boys in the CBSE Class Xth exams results.
The boys registered a pass percentage of 96.11 percent. Overall the pass percentage this year is 96.21, which has come down from 97.32 percent in the previous year.
Area-wise, the Thiruvanathpuram area was ahead of other regions with a pass percentage of 99.87 followed by Chennai region which had a pass percentage of 99.69 percent. Category wise, the Central Government-run Jawahar Navodyaya Vidyalayas have scored a pass percentage of 98.87 percent followed by Kendriya Vidyalayas which have a pass percentage of 98.85 percent.
Independent schools have a pass percentage of 97.72 per cent while government schools recorded a pass percentage of 86.61 per cent. According to data shared by CBSE, 85.62 percent students of Government aided schools cleared the exam.
This year, 14,99,122 students, including 8,92,685 boys and 6,06,437 girls, from 15,309 schools had registered for CBSE Class 10 examination.
The students who opted for board-based scheme appeared for the examination between March 1 and March 28. Those who opted for school-based examination took the papers from March 10 onwards.
How To Check Results
In order to get the results on website, the candidates are required to follow the steps listed below:-
-Go to the official websites
-Click on the link, 'CBSE Class 10 2016'
-Enter the roll.
After submitting the same, the results will appear on the screen. The candidates are advised to take a printout for future reference.
CBSE 10th Result 2016
Like in past, this year also the CBSE announced the result on net with the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
There were 2,860 differently-abled students who registered this year. Depending on their abilities, the education board made special provisions to facilitate their appearance in the examination. These provisions included granting extra time to students or allowing them to avail the help of a scribe or adult prompter.