Pass Percentage of Class X Sees Trivial Drop this Year

May 29 14:33 2015

cbse resultsNew Delhi, Friday, May 29 – All of a sudden declaration of Class X results by the Central Board of Secondary Education on Thursday, May 28, took appeared candidates by surprise. After no proclamation of the outcome on May 27, no final date was pronounced but it was expected to be out during weekend.

Class 10th students were a bit flabbergasted to notice CBSE results being announced during the month-end. The websites www.cbse.nic.in & www.cbseresults.nic.in reportedly crashed since curious students started to hit the same link from different networks at a same time. Nearly 13,73,900 teenagers were able to see results once things were fixed.  As like any other board exam results this year, girls did better than boys. Total pass percentage in 2015 is 97.32 which is slightly lower than 98.87 percent a year ago.

Children were content to see scores earned in different subjects. A trivial increase has been noticed in perfect CGPA as well. The number of students scoring 91 to 100 percent in 5 subjects has augmented. The majority heaved a sigh of relief as the outcome gave pupils required time to set their mind and make a decision which field to choose that could help them have successful career in the near future.