CBSE 10th Result 2022: After releasing the CBSE 12th Result 2022, the Central Board of Secondary Education has now released the CBSE 10th Result 2022. The aggregate pass percentage for the students in session 2021–2022 is 94.40. Students can check their CBSE 10th Term 2 Results 2022 on the official website of CBSE, cbse.gov.in.
A total of 2,109,208 students appeared for the CBSE Class 10 Board 2022 Examinations, out of which 1,976,668 cleared the examination successfully. Last year, the CBSE class 10 results showed that 99.04% of students cleared the examination. Follow the steps outlined below to check CBSE Class 10 Result 2022.
- Visit the official website of CBSE, cbse.gov.in and click on the results tab, which will be available on the homepage; or go straight to results.cbse.nic.in.
- Click on the link designated as SSC or Class X results.
- On the redirected page, enter the valid login credentials and click on “Submit.”
- Examine the CBSE results of 2022 Class 12 thoroughly.
- Download the result and take a printout for future reference.
- Digilocker.gov.in has the CBSE Class 10 Term 2 result.
- Click on the login tab, which will be mentioned on the homepage.
- Enter your roll number as a username and put your pin in the area specified for the password.
- Carefully examine the CBSE Class 10 result 2022.
- Download the result and take a printout for further reference.
According to the data released, girls have secured a 95.21% overall pass percentage, whereas boys have secured 93.80%. Hence, by a difference of 1.41%, girls have defeated boys. A proud moment for the people of Trivandrum, as the city has not only secured the highest rank in the list of best performing districts in the case of class 12th but also in the case of class 10th. The overall pass percentage that has been secured by the candidates from Trivandrum is 99.68%.
Earlier, in the morning at 9 am, the Central Board of Education released CBSE Class 12 2022 results. Class 12 students secured an aggregate pass percentage of 92.71%. According to the officials, the result has been declared way ahead of the tentative date.
The Central Board of Secondary Education also announced the mark weightage system. There is a 30:70 ratio for the marks added from Term 1 and Term 2, respectively. That means 30% weightage has been given to the marks scored in Term 1 and 70% weightage has been given to marks scored in Term 2.