CBSE class 10 results out; most schools in Indore record 100% pass percentage
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared its class 10 results on Thursday.
Announcing the results through their website, according to the Sahodaya Groups of Schools the result this year improved in the district and almost all of the schools in the city got a cent per cent pass percentage.
"Every year an improvement in the results can be seen. Compared to the previous year, more students sat for the examination this year and came out with flying colours," said Manoj Vajpayee, secretary of Sahodaya group of institutions.
A majority of the institutes were also seen posting their pass percentages on their websites.
"The result has been extremely good. Though only 12 students from our school got 10 cumulative grade point average (CGPA), the overall performance was impressive," said Punita Nehru, principal Satya Sai School.
Similar thoughts were shared by Asim Saxena, a faculty in Daly College Indore, "It is a moment of great pride that so many students from the school got a good percentage and the school was able to attain a full pass percentage."
However this year also the CBSE website gave a lot of trouble to the students as it crashed within 45 minutes after the results were announced.
Posing a problem for the students to check their results, a number of students were seen rushing to their schools.
"The website crashed as soon as I tried to open it. Tackling my nervousness I had to come to school to check my update but here also the same situation prevailed," said Ajita Singh a student.
The website restored within one hour and the students could be seen enjoying their success with their parents as they made future plans about the choice of subjects they will undertake.
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