CBSE or the Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the oldest and most sought-after board of education in India. Despite the fact that many States in India have formed their own Boards of Education, CBSE stills has its hold as the most popular one among students and parents as well. It is the largest Board in India which provides student-centric education which gives equal importance to curricular and extra-curricular activities.
Expected Arrival of CBSE Class 10 Results 2018 - 19:
The results of academic year 2018 - 19 are expected to arrive on 30th May, 2019 around 4 pm. Until then, the tension of the students regarding the result is sure to build up. It is advised to calm your horses and wait for the result patiently.
How to Check the CBSE Class 10 Result:
The students can check the result in two ways:
- Head on to the official website of CBSE Class 10th results http://cbseresults.nic.in/class10rds/Class10th17all.htm
- Enter your Roll No., DOB and School No. as they are mentioned on your admit card.
- Click Submit
- If you entered the details correctly, your result will be displayed
- Check it and take print-outs for future reference
To check your CBSE result via SMS, send an SMS in the format and to the number specified here:
Check the highlights of CBSE Class 10 Results here.
CBSE included the grading system in class 10 in the year 2010. It was introduced to put the students with small difference in percentage in the same band and avoid comparison.
The grading system followed by the CBSE Board is as follows:
Previous Year Results:
The CBSE class 10th results for the academic year 2018 - 19 were declared on 3rd June, 2018 - 19. Mridula Subramanyam, from Apeejay School, Nerul emerged as the topper, scoring 99.6% marks.
Here is some more insight in the 2018 - 19 results:
The pie chart gives the comparative overview of the overall CBSE results of 2016 and 2017. The result saw a decrease of 3.15% as compared to 2016.
The gender-wise performance of students saw a drop as compared to the performance in the 2016 result.
The Trivandrum region had the highest pass percentage of about 99.85%