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May 30, 2018 Wednesday 11:49:52 AM IST

CBSE 10th Result 2018: Girls Outperform Boys

National Edu News

New Delhi: Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE declared the class 10th result on Tuesday.  86.70 per cent students qualified the exams and Thiruvananthapuram is the top region with 99.60 per cent qualified candidates. This time, the girls have outperformed boys by 3.35%. Girls have a pass percentage of 88.67% and boys 85.32%.

27476 students have scored equal to or more than 95% marks while 131493 students have scored equal to or more than 90% marks. Out of the total 16,24,682 candidates who have appeared for the exam, 1,86,067 students have got a compartment.

This is the first batch to have appeared for the Class 10 board examinations after the CBSE decided to junk the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) and reintroduce the board exams.

(Indebted to various sources)



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