1. cbse.nic.in Ahead of CBSE 10th result 2016 declaration at cbseresults.nic.in, check out 2015 stats

cbse.nic.in Ahead of CBSE 10th result 2016 declaration at cbseresults.nic.in, check out 2015 stats

In all likelihood, CBSE 10th result 2016 declaration will happen today on 28th May, 2016, and students can stay tuned to this space and keep logging on to cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in to find out about the the latest updates. We take this opportunity to present to you the best (statistics) of 2015. Check them out:

By: | New Delhi | Updated: May 28, 2016 10:11 AM
cbseresults.nic.in, cbse 10th result 2016, BSE 10th result 2016 date, cbse.nic.in, cbse class 10th result, CBSE 10th Result, cbse class 10 result 2016, cbse result 2016 class 10,cbse 10 result 2016 In all likelihood, CBSE 10th result 2016 declaration will happen today on 28th May, 2016, and students can stay tuned to this space and keep logging on to cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in to find out about the latest updates. Till then, check out here the best of 2015: (PTI)

In all likelihood, CBSE 10th result 2016 declaration will happen today on 28th May, 2016, and students can stay tuned to this space and keep logging on to cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in to find out (no official intimation has been made about declaration day and some reports are suggesting the announcement can be made on 28th or even 30th May – last year there was an unnecessary delay by authorities) about the latest updates. We take this opportunity to present to you all the statistics about the results last year (2015). Check them out:

In the CBSE class 10 result 2015, girls outperformed boys. While the overall pass percentage recorded was 97.32, the pass percentage of girls was 97.82 per cent as compared to 96.98 per cent of boys. Thiruvananthapuram region witnessed highest pass percentage of 99.77 in the country, according to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 results.

In all, 13,73,853 candidates were registered for CBSE class 10 2015 examination, an increase of about 3.37 per cent over that of last year. A total of 94,474 students scored a perfect 10 CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average), of them 49,392 were boys and 45,082 girls. Chandigarh region fared the best with highest number of students, a total of 15,479, scoring perfect 10. More than 8000 students in Delhi secure the perfect 10 CGPA

Under the CCE (Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) system regular candidates appeared in both Board- and School-based evaluation system. The pass percentage of School-based evaluation system was better than that of Board-based. A total of 6,69,721 students were registered under Board-based system out of which 6,40,255 candidates qualified the Class X examination this year, with a pass percentage of 95.60.

In School-based system, 6,96,366 candidates were registered out of which 6,42,814 qualified taking the pass percentage to 98.05. The number of students who fell in Compartment category stood at 41,812 this year while six candidates were under unfair means.

In CBSE class 10 result 2015, Delhi region continued to witness a decline in overall pass percentage of students taking this examinations, with 96.29 per cent emerging successful this year. In 2014, the pass percentage was 98.31 while in 2013 it was 98.40. A total of 2,65,064 candidates – 136319 boys and 128745 girls – from Delhi region qualified the examination. Delhi region was the largest region of CBSE in terms of numbers of candidates, a total of 275,472 registering for Class X examination. The region, however, was placed at 9th position among the 10 regions of CBSE in terms of overall pass percentage.

The overall pass percentage for 2015 in Ajmer, Panchkula and Guwahati it stood at 98.03 percent, 97.97 percent and 86.55 percent respectively. Chennai boasted a pass percentage of 99.03 percent, closely followed by Trivandrum with 99.77 percent. Allahabad, Dehradun, Bhubaneshwar and Patna had a pass percentage of 98.46 percent, 97.37 percent, 97.15 percent and 98.10 percent respectively.

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