The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Examinations) declared Class 10th Result 2017 today on its official website Cbse.nic.in and Cbseresults.nic.in. This year 7,81,463 students appeared in CBSE’s school-based exam and 8,86,506 students took the board-based exam. CBSE students, who are short of a mark or two to pass and are awarded grace marks, have a reason to rejoice as the board has decided not to mention it on the mark-sheets.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had last month decided to mention grace marks on the mark-sheets besides scrapping the moderation policy,' says a PTI report.
How to Check 2017 CBSE 10th Result at Cbse.nic.in:
- Go to the official website Cbse.nic.in or Cbseresults.nic.in
- Click on the link 'CBSE - Class X Examination'
- Enter your roll number, date of birth and school no. which is given on your admit card
- After submitting the details, the results will be displayed on the screen
- Save result and Take a printout for future references
Also, students can get their CBSE 10th Result 2017on the telephone numbers of NIC and MTNL through which results can be accessed through IVRS.
- National Informatics Centre: 011 - 24300699
- MTNL: 011 -28127030; Idea: 55530; Airtel: 54321202.
Students can check their 10th Board result via SMS too by sending message from your registered number in the format ‘CBSE 10 [rollno]’ to:
- MTNL: 52001; BSNL: 57766; Aircel: 5800002; Idea: 55456068; Airtel: 54321202.
Students can also get CBSE Class 10 Result mark sheets in their newly introduced DigiLocker account. The DigiLocker account details will be sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.
(Also Read: Which Stream to Choose After Class 10 Board Results)
Last year, the results were announced on May 28 and girls outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 96.36 percent, while boys had 96.11 per cent. Thiruvanathapuram region recorded the highest pass percentage in the country at 99.87 per cent.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a Board of Education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked all schools affiliated to follow only NCERT curriculum.