Girls outperformed boys in the CBSE Class 10 Results
Once again Girls outperformed boys in the CBSE Class X 2014 results that were declared on May 20, which witnessed a pass percentage of 98.87%, a significant boost over preceding year.
Once again Girls outperformed boys in the CBSE Class X 2014 results that were declared on May 20, which witnessed a pass percentage of 98.87%, a significant boost over preceding year. For girls, the pass percentage stood at 99.06% as compared to 98.74% of boys. The pass percentage last year was 98.76%. As per the statement issued by CBSE, the pass percentage in Thiruvananthapuram region was the highest at 99.96% in the country. The results in Thiruvananthapuram region, along with Chennai region, were affirmed on 19th May.
Altogether, 1,32,7250 candidates were rolled for class 10 examinations in 2014, an augmentation of about 5.51% candidates over that of previous year. The results of CBSE Class X are reflected in grades. If we compare the results from the last year’s result, it is declared 10 days earlier. This had become possible because of the prologue of on - screen marking system, as per CBSE. This structure is designed to help reinforce the assessment process & minimizing the scale for miscalculations. It was initiated in class 10th examinations in all subjects & for all areas excluding Thiruvananthapuram region.
As per CBSE statement, the past scheme of pertaining for corroboration of grades at chosen schools in case of regional office Delhi & relevant regional offices has been done away with. The submissions for verification of marks will now be acknowledged online only. The number of attempts for upgrading of performance for Class 10th has been abridged to one from 2013 examinations. Candidates shall appear for the IOP (improvement of performance) by the month of July. Yet, for candidates who have appeared in 2012 exams & placed in the class ‘improvement of performance’ shall get up to 5 chances. The 1st chance for IOP (improvement of performance) test under scheme II will begin from July 16.
Three years ago, CBSE had pioneered a new system under which there was no board exam for students studying in schools allied to the board & those who do not desire to move out of the CBSE system after Class 10. Students under this system are put through the school based 'continuous & comprehensive evaluation' programme. On the other hand, those who aim to move out of CBSE system are required to take the board exam.
Students can get their cbse class 12th result which is expected to be declare on 26th May, on the following link