CBSE 10th Result 2020 Statistical Analysis: The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the class 10 Results on the official website. Candidates who have appeared for the CBSE Examinations can visit the official website of CBSE to check the results. Along with releasing the CBSE class 10 examination results the board has also released the statistical analysis and data related to the performance of the students in the board examinations. According to the data released, the total number of students who have secured 90 percent and above in the class 10 examinations have reduced by a significant number. As per the details, the percent of students with 90 percent and above was 9.84 percent which is lesser compared to the 12.78 percent acquired in 2019.
Students Scoring Above 90% falls
As reported earlier, the number of students securing 90% and above marks in the CBSE 10th Results 2020 has fallen sharply. 2019, the total number of students scoring above 90% marks stood at 2,25, 143, which amounted to 12.78% of the total number of appeared students. However, this year i.e. for CBSE 10th Results 2020, this number has come down to 1,84,358 which translates to 9.84% of the total appeared students.
Students Scoring Above 95% Falls
On similar lines, the number of students securing 95% and above marks has also fallen sharply this year. According to the data shared by CBSE Board, the total number of students scoring above 95% marks in today’s result stood at 41,804, which is merely 2.23% of the total appeared students. Last year, this number was reported much higher at 57,256 i.e. 3.25%.
No Toppers List Announced
As the CBSE 10th Result 2020 was being announced under the special circumstances of COVID-19, with exams for few students even being cancelled; the Board has decided not to announced CBSE 10th Toppers List 2020. CBSE Board followed the alternative assessment policy for the compilation of CBSE 10th Result 2020 data for students who couldn’t appear for the exam in the light of Coronavirus outbreak and the ensuing lockdown. Therefore, the board decided against publishing a formal merit list for CBSE Class 10 Results 2020 announced today.