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CBSE 10th Result 2021 Released

At 99.04%, CBSE posts best-ever pass percentage for class X results; Trivandrum tops district tally, Bengaluru at second position

After a long wait CBSE 10 has finally announced the much awaited result on 3Aug, Tuesday. This year, the CBSE class 10 passing percentage stood at 99.04 per cent. Among the district-wise rankings, Trivandrum topped the national tally with an impressive 99.99 per cent! However, due to some issue with the academic records, the class 10th results of some 16,000 students were yet to be prepared. The CBSE has said that the results of such students will be announced at later date. 

There has been a jump in the number of students getting marks over 90%. As many as 2,00,962 students have scored more than 90% marks. A total of 57,824 students have got 95% and above mark in CBSE 10th Results 2021. Girls beat boys again, CBSE students now get down to choices between science, art and commerce

Students can download their result from and can also check their result from Digi Locker. Results are also available on Umang App.


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