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CBSE 10th Result 2021 DECLARED: 99.04% Students Pass

CBSE 10th Result 2021: On its official site, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class 10 result 2021 on Tuesday.

Twenty-seventy-six thousand and nine hundred and seventy-seven students out of a total of twenty-seventy-seven thousand and nine hundred and seventy-seven have able to qualify for higher studies.  This year’s CBSE tenth grade results found an increased pass rate of 99.04 percent. Students may now check their CBSE 10th results 2021 at cbseresults.nic.in, which is run by CBSE Result.

 To view and download the CBSE 10th result 2021, students must input their roll number, school number, and date of birth.

Girls outperformed boys by 0.35 percent, with 99.04 percent of children passing the class 10 tests. As per CBSE data, 57,824 pupils received a grade of 95 percent or higher, while 2,00,962 students received a grade of 90 to 95 percent.

The results of 16,639 candidates are still being finalized. According to PTI, BSE Examination Controller Sanyam Bharwdaj stated that “no merit list will be announced this year, and no merit certificates will be awarded to candidates.” Due to the severe second wave of COVID-19, the board examinations were skipped this year, and the report was published under an alternate evaluation policy. 

  • 9.04 per cent of students passed the 10th examination
  • Girls outshine boys by 0.35 per cent
  • Boys’ pass percentage: 98.89%
  • Girls’ pass percentage: 99.24%
  • Over 57,000 students score above 95%
  • Over 2 lakh scorers between 90 and 95%
  • No merit list is to be declared this year
  • The result is still under process for over 16,000 students

Trivandrum continues to become the undisputed champion of the area, not only because it is the finest amongst areas, but also because it has the greatest recorded pass record, with 99.99 percent of students from its area passing the exam. It is followed very closely by Bengaluru, which has a pass rate of 99.96 percent. 


1) Trivandrum – 99.99%

2) Bengaluru – 99.96%

3) Chennai – 99.94%

4)  Pune -99.92%

5) Ajmer – 99.88%

6) Panchkula – 99.77%

7) Patna – 99.66%

8) Bhubaneswar – 99.62%

9) Bhopal – 99.47%

10) Chandigarh – 99.46% 

11) Dehradun – 99.23%
12) Prayagrah – 99.19%
13) Noida – 98.78%
14) Delhi West – 98.74%
15) Delhi East – 97.80%
16) Guwahati – 90.54%

Schools have performed various sorts and numbers of tests/exams, according to data gathered from schools by CBSE Regional Offices. The following exams/tests are commonly used only for school-based evaluation, and the weighting in terms of highest marks for schools that have administered all above tests/exams is listed below:

Periodic Test/ Unit Test 10
Half Yearly/ Mid-Term Exam 30
Pre-Board Exam 40


If a school has administered and over one test/exam within such a classification, the Result Committee may choose the weighting to be assigned to each test/exam within the same category, subject to the category’s total maximum arks. For illustration, if one school administers two or three pre-board exams, this could elect to take the average of the results of three exams, the best score in the three tests, or assign a weighting to each exam based on what is deemed appropriate.

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