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CBSE Results 2017

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CBSE Result 2017

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the Class 10th board results 2017 today on the official websites cbse.nic.in, cbsresults.nic.in and results.nic.in. Like the previous year, millions of students had appeared for the Board Examinations.

CBSE Class 10th region-wise pass percentage:

  • Delhi- 78.09
  • Patna- 95.50
  • Allahabad- 98.23
  • Dehradun- 97.27
  • Ajmer- 93.30
  • Chennai- 99.62
  • Bhubaneswar- 92.15
  • Chandigarh- 94.34
  • Guwahati- 65.53


How to check CBSE Class X results 2017

  • Visit the board’s official website.
  • Click the link for exam results.
  • Click the link titled ‘Class X supplementary exam results’.
  • Enter the roll number of the candidate.

Around 16,67,573 students from above 16,000 schools had appeared for the Class X board examinations this year. The pass percentage for the class X exam for the last year was 96.21 percent out of the 14,96,066 students who had attended the exam.

The results were delayed due to High Court’s decision on marks moderation. Moderation Policy refers to a provision of providing extra marks or grace marks to students who are falling short of few marks from passing the board exam. This policy was first adopted in the year 1992 to bring uniformity in board results and to make up for the differences in the difficulty levels of different sets of question papers.

This year there has been a lot of queries from the students regarding the delay of results from the CBSE end. One of the reasons behind this delay might be due to the fact that the number of schools which are affiliated with the board had an unexpected rise unlike every year.  The board hence could not announce the student results early in a hurry as the future of the students depends on these results.

Apart from this issue,the board had conducted the evaluation process swiftly despite the Assembly Elections 2017 in five states.

This year, the exam, started by March 9 and ended by April 29  unlike the previous years where exams used to be held between 9 March-10 April.

The Central Board of Secondary Education also conducts other exams such as Joint Entrance Exam (JEE main) for engineering students, National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET) for research fellowship,  Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for teachers, and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) for medical aspirants.

Since the students of CBSE Class 10th had worked hard during their board exam preparations, results will be crucial in promoting them to the higher classes. Stay tuned to our page for more information as our main aim is to provide Class 10 students with necessary information on the go.
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