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CBSE Class X results: 2.3 lakh get 90%, 95 percenters double


NEW DELHI: The dizzying upward march of marks in board checks persisted on Monday, when the CBSE Class X exam effects were declared. Of the 17.6 lakh scholars who appeared for the checks, a record 2.25 lakh scored 90% and above, with as many as 57,256 scoring 95% and above in combination.

The number of top scorers nearly doubled from 2018, the year when the Class X Board made a comeback.


As in opposition to four all-India toppers final year, there were 13 scholars who crowned scoring 499 out of 500, followed through 25 scholars who got 498 and 59 who scored 497. The effects were introduced 32 days after the finishing touch of the exam. The total go proportion stepped forward through four.four% level, recording 91.1%, which may be the highest in the historical past of obligatory Class X Board checks for CBSE. The final obligatory Class X exam sooner than the CCE technology was in 2009 when the go proportion was 88.84%. In 2018, Class X Boards made a comeback with a go proportion of 86.7%.




Girls persisted to outshine boys with 92.45% go proportion as in opposition to 90.14% of the boys. However, the space between boys and girls narrowed from three.four proportion issues final year to 2.three proportion issues. A complete of 17 lakh scholars appeared for the exam this year, an build up of 1 lakh over 2018.


One of the toppers, Ankur Mishra of SAJ School, Sector 14C, Vasundhara, who scored an excellent 100 in English, Hindi, science and social science, and 99 in Maths, mentioned: "I have missed a perfect score by one mark, which is disappointing because maths was one subject in which I could have scored cent per cent." Ankur aspires to review in an IIT.


Ankur, who additionally loves to play cricket, mentioned, "I have a long way to go and I cannot afford to be complacent. I would try to keep up with same study schedule."


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