CBSE declared Class X results : Thiruvananthapuram reigns Supreme once again


CBSE declared that results of Class X in the early hours today morning. This year, the class X exam was surrounded by many controversies and setbacks like the case of the question paper leakage, re-examination issue etc. But still, the results that came out carried a wind of joy and happiness.

After years of following the CCE system of examination, this years’ batch of Class X students faced the normal board examination once again after the central government decided to revert back to the old system of examination. Over 16 lac students set for the Class X board exams this year. The overall pass percentage mounted to 86.70% this year, and to great dismay, it dropped a level as compared to the previous year. In fact, this year’s overall result marks the lowest pass percentage as compared to many years prior.

Just like in Class XII results, Thiruvananthapuram reigned supreme once again with an overall pass percentage of 99.60%, followed by Chennai with 97.37% and Ajmer with 91.86%. Following the same trend, girls remained at the top again too. The overall pass percentage of girls is 88.67, while the boys registered a pass percentage of 85.32.

A total number of 4 students holds the 1st rank with 499 marks out of 500. They are – Prakhar Mittal of DPS Gurgaon, Rimzhim Agarwal of RP Public School, Bijnor, Nandini Garg of Scottish International School, Shamli and Sreelakshmi G of Bhavan’s Vidyalaya, Kochi. While 7 students share the 2nd position with 498 marks, a total number of 14 students stand in the 3rd position with 497 marks.

Class X topper: Nandini Garg of Scottish International School, Shamli.

Class X topper: Prakhar Mittal, DPS Gurgaon.

The pass percentage for differently-abled students is 92.55.  Anushka Panda of Sun City, Gurgaon and Sanya Gandhi of Uttam School, Ghaziabad tied at the top securing 489 marks out of 500. Somya Deep Pradhan of JNV, Dhanpur in Odisha bagged the second rank with a score of 484.

Our best wishes to all the students who came out with flying colors this year and we wish them the very best of luck for their future. May they all have a bright future!

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