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CBSE 10th class Results 2021 Online Check Roll no wise with Top Position holders list

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the 10th class board exam results 2021 today, May 29, 2021, these CBSE Results will be available online afternoon today.
All CBSE Results awaiting students can get their results 2021 online from CBSE official website and also these will be updated here too.Official website url is www.cbse.nic.in

These results of CBSE 10th class 2021 will be also available on different other sites and mobiles apps too.

CBSE 10th Class Results 2021 Position Holder list Toppers

CBSE 10th Class Results 2018 Position Holder list Toppers

Now we can discuss how students can get their result through telephone number- 011 – 24300699 or by sending SMS on mobile number- 7738299899.

CBSE 10th class Results 2021 Online Check Roll no wise with Top Position holders list

These are some Facts about these CBSE 10th Class Results 2021 online 

  • Sourit Halder from DPS Ruby Park Kolkata has secured 496 out of 100, highest so far from the city.
  • Soumyadeep Saha of JVM Shyamli and Aastha from DPS Ranchi scored 98.6% with 493 marks each.
  • Sthitipragyan Sahoo of DAV Public School Bhubaneswar has secure 99.2%.
  • Sayan Maji Of South Point High School is one of the toppers from Kolkata. He scored 98.4% (492 out of 500).
  • Yashika Manghnani of DPS Bhopal Needbad Branch emerges as overall topper in Bhopal so far with 98.2% pass percentage
  • CBSE Class 10 Bhopal result: Sagar Public School Saket Nagar Class X result is 100%. Rank 1: Ilika Rana – 96.2% | Rank 2: Samyak Gothi – 96% | Rank 3: Vidushi Katare – 95.6%
  • Delhi Public School Bhopal Neelbad branch student Yashika Manghnani tops city with 98.2% follwed by Pulkit Paliwal with 98%. This is the highest score so far in Bhopal. The third position has been secured by Aakriti Jain with 97.2% marks.
  • Bhubaneswar region including Odisha, West Bengal and Chhattisgarh, registers a pass percentage of 89.27%
  • Somya Deep Pradhan, a student of JNV, Dhanpur in Odisha became second topper in class X CBSE exam in the country in differently abked category. The boy has secured 484 out of 500.
  • Around 1,86,067 (i.e. 11.45 per cent) students have been placed in compartment
  • List of Toppers 2021 in Differently abled category (Top 3 Positions)
  1. Anushka Panda from Suncity, Gurgaon – 489 Out Of 500
  2. Sanya Gandhi from Uttam School, Gzb – 489 Out Of 500
  3. Somya Deep Pradhan from Jnv Dhanpur, Orissa – 484 Out Of 500
  • 92.55 per cent differently abled candidates cleared the CBSE Class 10 exam
  • Institution-wise Comparative Performance (class X) 2021
  1. JNV – 97.31%
  2. KVS – 95.96%
  3. INDEPENDENT – 89.49%
  4. CTSA – 86.43%
  5. GOVT – 63.97%
  6. GOVT AIDED – 73.46%
  • 98.32 per cent students cleared the CBSE Class 10 exam in Foreign Schools
  • 78.62 per cent students have passed in Delhi Region
  • 27,476 students have secured 95% and above
  • 1,31,493 students have scored 90% and above
  • All India toppers (top 4)
  • The CBSE Board Class 10 exam was conducted from March 5 to April 16
  • Earlier, the result was expected to be released by 4 pm
  • The board class 10 result declared today afternoon.
  • Wishing good luck to the students, School Education Secretary in HRD Ministry, Anil Swarup, tweeted, “All the best to CBSE students of class 10. You have done your bit. Let not the results make you nervous because you have no control over them. You can’t do anything now. You will reap the fruits of what you have sown. Be contented with what you get. And then, build your future”
  • Follow these websites for CBSE Class 10 results 2021 – cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in, results.nic.in, Microsoft SMS Organizer app, www.google.com, www.bing.com and UMANG app
  • As per sources, the Board will declare Class 10 results by 4 pm today
  • The CBSE has not confirmed exact time for 10th result
  • CBSE class 10 result to be declared today, by the Central Board of Secondary Education

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