As it happened: CBSE announces class 10 results, official website crashed

Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi announced the class 10 result today 0n 28 May 2015. However the official result website didn’t work efficiently and students faced difficulty in accessing their result. Since there were more than 13 lakh students waiting for their results, the result portal crashed several times. Initially CBSE Board result was published at 2 PM, but it was comfortably accessible after 4 PM. Overall pass percentage recorded this year is 97.32.

cbse class 10 resultTrivandrum topped the CBSE 10th result region wise, where the pass percentage touched 99.77. School wise result is also available now. CBSE witnessed the decrement in pass percentage for this academic session (previous year, it was 98.87). Girls out shined in CBSE 10th result 2015 with a whooping 97.23% girls qualifying exams this year. A total of 13,73,853 students were waiting for their result, in which 8,17,941 were Boys and 5,55,912 girls.

CBSE Board Result pass percentage region wise – A comparative study :

Ajmer- 98.03
Allahabad – 98.46
Bhubaneswar- 97.15
Chennai- 99.03
Dehradun- 97.37
Delhi- 96.29
Guwahati- 86.55
Panchkula- 97.97
Patna- 98.10
Trivandrum- 99.77

Out of all the regions, Trivandrum topped the chart. It has also been reported that more than 8000 students in Delhi region secured the perfect 10 CGPA. More illustrated news are coming across the Country.

It was indeed a tough day for students who were anxiously waiting to check their 10th Class result. The official website crashed soon after the online publication of result. While checking the results of CBSE Class 10 the website had crashed which created difficulty for the candidates, The CBSE has earlier announced that the results of CBSE Class 10 (X) would be declared on May 27 at 12 pm. The reason for delay was not given by the board.

Parents should note that there will be post-result counselling for all students, commencing from today itself. Post-result counselling will be held till 8 June. Students as well as parents can take the help of experts and counselors about their field of interest, counselors can be reached at the toll-free number – 1800118004.

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