Results of CBSE class 10th (X) Board 2015 has been announced today at 2 pm. Students can check the exam result on cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in.
CBSE class 10 result 2015 were announced on Thursday, May 28, 2015 around 2 pm, on Central Board of Secondary Education’s official websites cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.
Girls once again outperformed boys in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X results, which recorded a pass percentage of 97.32, about a per cent less than last year. The pass percentage of girls in the 2015 examination was 97.82 per cent as compared to 96.98 per cent of boys.
According to a CBSE statement, Thiruvananthapuram region witnessed highest pass percentage of 99.77 in the country.
CBSE class 10 result 2015 highlights:
Girls did better than boys
More than 94,000 students secure the perfect 10 CGPA
More than 8000 students in Delhi secure the perfect 10 CGPA
Pass percentage for boys: 96.98
Pass percentage for girls: 97.82
Overall pass percentage of 2015: 97.32
Pass percentage of 2014: 98.87
In all, 13,73,853 candidates were registered for Class X examination this year, 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 15479, scoring perfect ten.
Check Top 10 FAQs to find all you need to know about CBSE class 10 result 2015.
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.
The candidates will appear in the Improvement of Performance Test to be conducted by the Board or school in July. The Board-based improvement test will commence from July 16.
Candidates seeking verification of grades will apply to respective schools, under the School-based system. The applications of candidates in Board-based system will be submitted online only.
How to check CBSE class 10 result 2015:
1) Visit cbse.nic.in and click on ‘Results’
or directly go to cbseresults.nic.in
2) Click on hyper-linked ‘Class X Exam Results 2015’
3) Enter your roll number and submit
Note: Students are advised to save a copy of their result for future reference.
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Counselling: CBSE has also put in place a post-result counselling feature for students, which began last week itself and will continue till June 8, for which it has provided a toll-free number – 1800118004.
Also, students will get their result in CGPA or Cumulative Grade Points Average, which is the average of grade points achieved in all subjects excluding the additional 6th subject. Since CGPA is not same as the percentage, there is a different process to calculate the percentage.
To calculate percentage from CGPA, multiply overall CGPA by 9.5. For subject wise percentage, multiply grade points received in each subject with 9.5.
For further clarity, check How to calculate percentage from CGPA
According to CBSE, a total of 13,73,853 students were estimated to appear for class 10 board examination and 10,40,368 students for the class 12 board examination. CBSE also highlighted the fact that there has been a hike of 3.37 per cent in the number of students appearing in the class 10 board examination and 1.01 per cent hike in the number of students appearing for the class 12th board examination.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was set up in the year 1929 when on the suggestion of the then Government of India, a joint Board called ‘Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Rajputana’ was set up. The board saw rapid growth despite being confined to a few areas due to various State Boards and State Universities. In 1952, constitution of the Board was amended, its jurisdiction was extended and the the board was renamed to ‘Central Board of Secondary Education’.
Today, CBSE has 15799 schools (as on 15.09.2014) including 197 schools in 23 countries.
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With inputs from PTI