Press Trust of india

Girls outperform boys in CBSE class 10 result, 13 students share top rank

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page

New Delhi, May 06:  Girls outperformed boys yet again in CBSE class 10 examination, in which the top rank was shared by 13 students with 499 out of 500 marks.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday announced the class 10 results and 91.10 per cent candidates cleared the examination, an improvement of 4.40 percent since last year.

The pass percentage of girls was 92.45 percent against last year’s 88.67 percent, while that of boys was 90.14 percent against last year’s 85.32 percent.

Girls have done better than boys by 2.31 percent. The pass percentage of transgender candidates was 94.74 percent.

The second rank was bagged by 25 students who scored 498 out of 500 marks, while the third rank was shared by 59 students who got 497 marks.

Congratulating the students, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, “Proud of my young friends who have successfully cleared the CBSE Class X examinations. Wishing them the very best for their journey ahead. May these young minds continue making us proud. Congratulations also to their teachers and parents! #CBSE10thresult”.

Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar also took to Twitter to congratulate the students as well as CBSE for seamless conduct of the exam.

“Congratulations to over 16 lakh students who have succeeded in #CBSE Xth board examinations and best of luck for those who couldn’t make this time but will make it in next attempt. Congratulations team #CBSE for conducting hassle-free & glitch-free Class Xth Board examinations and declaring results in record time,” he said.

Government-run Kendriya Vidyalayas have outperformed others with a pass percentage of 99.47 percent. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs), also run by the government, have achieved a pass percentage of 98.57, while for private schools the percentage is 94.15.

Other government-run and aided schools in the country have achieved a pass percentage of 71.91 and 76.95, respectively.

Foreign schools, affiliated to the CBSE, have achieved a pass percentage of 98.75 percent.

The Trivandrum region performed the best with a pass percentage of 99.85, followed by Chennai and Ajmer with 99 and 95.89 percent respectively.

The maximum number of toppers were from Uttar Pradesh, including eight of the 13 top rankers, 13 of the 25 second rankers and 19 out of the 59 third rankers.

Delhi was ranked second last among top ten states with a pass percentage of 80.97 and Guwahati was last with 74.49.

A total of 2.25 lakh students scored above 90 percent and 57,256 scored above 95 percent.

The percentage of students placed in compartment has gone down by 3.57 percent since last year.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *