CBSE 10th result 2019: 91.1 percent students pass, First Topper includes seven names of Dehradun Region

Results of CBSE 10th were released this afternoon. First Topper includes seven students from Dehradun Region, who have scored 499 out of 500. Dehradun Region’s result was 89.04 percent. 91.1 percent of the students passed the 10th examination. 18 lakh students took the exam. Central Board of Secondary Education conduct CBSE Class 10th exams from 21st February to 29th March.

First Topper: Siddharth Paguria Lotus Valley International School Noida, Diwansh Wadhwa Bal Bharti Public School Noida, Ankur Mishra SAJ School Vasundhara Ghaziabad, Vatsal Varsaini Dewan Public School Meerut Cantt, Ish Madan CH Chabil Das Public School, Patel Nagar Ghaziabad, Apurva Jain Uttam School for Girls Ghaziabad, Shivni Lath Mayur School Noida.

Dehradun’s student, Shagun Mittal, Jagnoor Kaur from Rudrapur, and Lokesh Joshi of Udham Singh Nagar topped the list with 497 points in Uttarakhand.

Click to see results for CBSE Board 10th exam 2019
Do such check result
Go to cbseresults.nic.in. Click on the Secondary School Examination (Class 10) 2019 link. Enter your roll number, school number, center number, and admittance card when the page opens. After submitting, your result will come.

CBSE had declared results of 12th on May 2. The result was 83.4%. 88.70 percent of the girls got passage compared to 79.40 percent boys. This year, a large number of girls have topped. There were 23 students in the top three, out of which 16 were girls.

Children also waited on Sunday
Meanwhile, there was an anxiety in the minds of students and parents throughout the day on Sunday. However, after the end of the day, the results did not come, the students were disappointed. Discussions were taking place in the surrounding areas including the city on Saturday evening that the result of CBSE 10th is coming on Sunday.

This led to curiosity in the minds of board examiners. Several rumors of the outcome of the rumor spread many times in the morning. In such a situation, the parents continued to revolve around school and cyber cafe, but the exact information was not available for the result. At the same time, school operators along with students continued to collect information about each other through phone, but students did not face disappointment till late evening. CBSE’s City Coordinator Mala Chauhan said that there were rumors about the outcome.

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