Bhubaneswar: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday declared results of Class 10 examination following an alternative assessment method.
The Bhubaneswar zone of CBSE has recorded a pass percentage of 99.62 as against the total pass rate of 99.04 at all India level. From Odisha, 43,630 students had appeared for the exam this year.
Out of 20,97,128 students registered for the annual examination at all India level, 20,76,997 have cleared the examination.
Girl students have outshined boys in the Class X examinations. While the total pass percentage of boys stands at 98.89 percent, the pass percentage of girls is 99.24 percent. However, the pass rate of transgender stood at cent per cent.
While 2,00,962 (9.58 per cent) students scored between 90 per cent to 95 per cent, 57,824 students (2.76 per cent) got 95 per cent and above marks.
This year, CBSE class 10 students from Kendriya Vidyalayas have passed with flying colors. These schools have registered 100 percent pass this year.
While DAV Chandraseksharpur students performed exceedingly well, Regional Director Odisha, Dr.Keshab Chandra Satapathy was very happy.
Dr.Satapathy lauded the efforts of the successful students and distributed sweets among them.
Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan congratulated all students who have cleared the CBSE Class X examinations.
“I wish for their healthy & bright future. To my friends who did not meet expectations this year, I urge them to not lose heart and continue working hard. Success will surely follow,” Pradhan tweeted.
“The last one and a half years has been challenging for everyone, particularly for our students, teachers & parents. I compliment all, especially our young friends, parents, teachers, academics and @cbseindia29 for making this day possible,” he further said.
Students can check their scores on the official websites–cbse.gov.in and cbseresults.nic.in. They can also check their results on the UMANG and DigiLocker apps, which are accessible for both Android and iOS phone users.
This year, the CBSE Class X exams were cancelled due to the uncertain conditions arising out of COVID-19 pandemic. The marks have been awarded on the basis of students’ performance in internal exams, periodic tests, half-yearly/mid-term exams and pre-board exams.