Class X results of CBSE board examinations might be declared in the mid of May. Those who have appeared for the 10th Board examination can get their results on the official website of CBSE i.e.www.cbse.nic.in or can get their results through SMS or telephone.
CBSE class X board examination was given by 13.28 lakh students this year. This is a boost of 5.5 % from 12.59 lakh students who appeared in 2013. Among the students who are appearing for the Class X examinations this year, 5.35 lakh students were girls and 7.93 lakh students were boys.
Among the students, 3180 differently - able students appeared for the X CBSE Board examination with 1248 students appearing from Delhi alone. The differently - able students include those students who are dyslexic, visually impaired, hearing impaired, spastic, physically handicapped or autistic.
Recently it has been revealed that error filled CBSE textbooks are accessible in market, putting status of education in the capital in peril. As per the website, some schools in Delhi are involved with the publishers of pirated textbooks. The vigilance cell of CBSE conducted an analysis which brought into observation a major racket of gangs involved in the publishing of error-filled textbooks in different cities. These shopkeepers supply pirated books to the national capital. The investigation also brought ahead the dearth of textbooks created purposely by some schools so as to give way to pecuniary gains to the publishers of the pirated books. CBSE has filed a complaint with Delhi Police concerning the same.
Students following the pirated textbooks ought to get bewildered due to mistakes in pagination. The authorities informed that the exercises in the books do not relate with the lessons due to incorrect pagination. A number of schools ask the students to obtain textbooks from a particular book shop & few schools are under the scanner, the official clued-up.
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