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Wednesday, Nov 20, 2019

CBSE 10th result 2018 DECLARED: Highlights

education Updated: May 30, 2018 08:49 IST

Hindustan Times, New Delhi
CBSE 10th result 2018: The CBSE Class 10 result was declared on Monday at Thiruvananthapuram region tops with pass percentage of 99.60.
CBSE 10th result 2018: The CBSE Class 10 result was declared on Monday at Thiruvananthapuram region tops with pass percentage of 99.60.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results of Class 10 board examinations. Anil Swarup, the secretary of school education and literacy with the Union ministry of human resource development, announced the date and time for the result in a tweet on Monday.

A total of 16,38,420 candidates registered for the Class 10 exam conducted at 4,453 centres across India and 78 centres abroad.


CBSE 10th result 2018: Here’s the direct link to check

CBSE Class 10 result 2018:Highlights

6.27pm: Nidhan Debbarma from Sree Sree Ravishankar School and Arkajyoti Bhattacharya from Ramakkrishna Mission school topped the Class 10 examinations in Tripura securing 98.8%. Ananya Bhattacharya from Pranabananda Higher Secondary School bagged 98.4% and Souradeep Kar from Ramakrishna Mission school got 98.2% respectively.

5.55pm: Sourit Sarkar, a student of DPS Ruby Park topped the list of successful CBSE candidates in Bengal. He scored 496. Ushashi Das of South Point High School came first among girls in Bengal with a score of 492.

5.10pm: Prakhar Mittal credited his parents for his success as he aced CBSE’s Class 10 board examinations on Tuesday and said they never forced him to slog for the board examinations. A student of Delhi Public School in Gurgaon’s Sector 45, Mittal scored 499 out of 500 marks with three other students to become the topper.

3.45pm: Sreelakshmi G, one of the four toppers in CBSE Class 10 board examination said, “It was quite unexpected. Though I was expecting a good score when my father called I couldn’t believe it. Initially, I thought it was a joke,” Sreelakshmi said. Sreelakshmi, the second daughter of senior government pleader S Gopinathan and Dr Rema LP, a faculty member at Ernakulam Maharaja’s College, wants to pursue a career in medicine.

2.08pm: Number of students who scored 95% and above in CBSE class 10 results are 27476

2.05: Number of students who have scored 90% and above in the #CBSE class 10 results are 131493

2pm: The pass percentage of differently abled students is 92.55%.

2pm:Toppers in differently abled category: Anushka Panda from Suncity Gurgaon school with 489 marks, Sanya Gandhi from Uttam School in Ghaziabad with 489 marks and Sonya Deep Pradhan with 484 marks from JNV Dhanpur, Orissa.

2pm: A total of 11.45% students have been placed in compartment in class 10 board exams.

2pm: Performance of candidates in foreign schools is 98.32% in class 10 board exams.

1.58pm: Girls have done better than boys by 3.35%. Girls have a pass percentage of 88.67% and boys 85.32%.

1.57pm: The total number of candidates who have secured more than 90% and above is 1,31,493. And 27,476 students have secured more than 95%.

1.56pm: Thiruvananthapuram region has topped with a pass percentage of 99.60%, followed by Chennai (97.37%), and Ajmer (91.86%). Delhi has a pass percentage of 78.62%.

1.55pm: JNV schools have performed the best with pass percentage of 97.31% followed by Kendriya Vidyalayas with 95.96% and private schools are third with 89.49%

1.50 pm: .The toppers are Prakhar Mittal from DPS Gurgaon, Rimjhim Agarwal from RK Public school Bijnor, Nandini Garg from Scottish International school Shamli, and Sreelakshmi G from Bhavan Vidyalayas, Cochin.

1.45pm: Four students have topped class 10 CBSE board exams with 499 out of 500 marks

1.44pm: Pass percentage 86.70

1.20pm: CBSE Class 10th result declared

12.39pm: Hritwik Mohan of Ajmer’s Sanskriti School is very optimistic he will score well . “My papers went very well and I hope to get very good marks between 80-85%,” Mohan, who wants to pursue engineering, said.

12.10pm: Tehniyat Fatima of Central Academy in the Rajasthan city said she had worked very hard and is clear about what she wants to do in the future. “I want to join the police force after finishing my studies. It is police to which people go first to get justice. If the police do their job properly, there is no question that justice will not be delivered to the victim,” Fatima said.

12pm: Shivam Ranjan, a student of Gangagurukulam School in Allahabad, says he had butterflies in his stomach after the board announced the date and the time for the results.

11.40am: The scene was similar in Bihar’s capital Patna, where students said they were hoping for the best. “I am excited about my results. My papers were good so I am expecting good marks but I am a bit nervous. People around me, friends and relatives have made the board results such a big issue that I am worried if I will be able to make it to their expectations,” Harshita Raj, a Class 10 student of St Michael’s School, said.

11am: Stuti Asthana of St Anjani’s Public School in Rajajipuram said she did well in her maths exam but the reports about the leaking of the maths paper put her under tremendous pressure. She was deeply apprehensive that if the board conducts it again, she may not score that well.

10.50am: Shruti Tripathi, another student of St Anjani’s, was thankful that her course for Class 11 has started and she can keep herself busy. She has taken up science with biology and said that going to school was therapeutic.

*Students of Lucknow’s GD Goenka Public School said they have been praying for the best possible results after a stressful wait. They were also a bit nervous as the board has done away with home examination and decided to award marks instead of a cumulative grade point average (CGPA).

*Thousands of anxious and excited students across the country are waiting for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to declare the results of the Class 10 board examination on Tuesday.

*While there are 1,10,707 independent candidates, the no of registered candidates fromDelhi government and govt-aided schools are 1,55,387. A total of 22542 candidates have registered from the Gulf and 1,339 have registered from other countries.

*This year, 4,510 candidates registered under the differently abled category.

* Of the 16,38,428 candidates who registered for the exam, 2,89,958 are from Delhi. Panchkula comes next with 2,42,906 registered candidates and is followed by Chennai (1,94,187), Allahabad (1,92,579) and Patna (1,85,825).

* The board also confirms the news of declaration of CBSE Class 10 results

* On Monday Anil Swarup, the secretary of school education and literacy with the Union ministry of human resource development, announces that CBSE Class 10 result will be declared by 4pm on Tuesday.

* CBSE was expected to declare the Class 10 results in the next few days

*CBSE declared Class 12 results on May 26

CBSE 10th result 2018: How to Check on official website

1) Visit CBSE result website:

1) Click on the link for result 2018

2) Key in the details as required on the login page that opens

3) Submit

4) Result will be displayed on the screen

5) Download the result and also take a print out

(With inputs from HT correspondents)