Check CBSE Class X Results Roll Numbers @ cbseresults

Kathleen Mckinney
June 4, 2017

Just a few days back CBSE class 12th result was declared i.e. on May 28, 2017, in which a girl scored more than 99% percent and scored the best all across the India. A total of 16,68,567 students appeared for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 exams this session, out of which 7,55,652 gave board exams, while the rest went for school-based exams.

Students, who appeared in the Class 10 CBSE board exams, can check their results on the official website.

About 7,81,463 students took the school-based exams this time, and another 8,86,506 appeared the board-based ones. The board will conduct the Class 10 Exams every year in the month of March for the students across the country. The result declaration got delayed just because of Assembly election along with a controversy in marks moderation policy.

Also, the Central Board has announced the toppers list of 10th class students.

Principal, Dr Sridevi P Thashnath, congratulated the students on their glorious achievement and praised the students, teachers and parents for their tireless strivings in making the stars of ISD shine brilliantly. She said, "It has been self-study throughout the year".

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"428 students of Delhi govt schools have got 10/10 CGPA and 282 (govt) schools have got 100% results", he added.

As per officials, the results of the other regions will be announced soon. The decision of choosing the stream should not exclusively depend on the grades in class 10 but also on the interest of the students.

CBSE will declare result of Secondary School Examination (Class X) - 2017 on 03rd June 2017. Thiruvananthapuram has the highest pass percentage at 99.85, followed by Chennai at 99.62 and Allahabad at 98.23 per cent.

Take a print out for future reference. Here, too, you will be required to provide your roll number, school number, and centre number to get your grades.

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