As per the latest updates, The central board of Secondary education (CBSE) has announced the CBSE 10th result. About 17 lakh students across the country can now check their CBSE 10th result 2019 with ease due to its declaration online. The class 10th and 12th board exams are conducted by CBSE began on 5th March 2019. Over 17 lakh students have registered for the class 12th board exam and over 17 lakh students will appear for the class 10th exam this year.
Central board of secondary education has declared the CBSE Class 10th result on its official website cbseresults.nic.in. Students will be able to see the outcome of their performance in the board exam.
In order to get the result, you will have to submit the roll number. This year around 31,14,831 students have registered for the board exams of class 10 and 12. Out of the total appeared candidates, 18,190,77 are boys and 12,95,754 are girls. Also, 28 transgender students have applied for the CBSE board exams in 2019.
|State||Exam Name||Exam Date 2019||Exam Result Date|
|CBSE Board||CBSE Class 10th board exam||21st February to 29thMarch||06 May 2019(declared)|
CBSE 10th Result 2019: Result Date
As per the latest updates, the central board of secondary education has released the class 10th result. The board has also released the overall pass percentages and topper’s details. This is due to the Delhi high court order related to the early declaration of results so that students can easily switch the schools and can take admission in colleges.
The CBSE Class 10th 2019 Results were declared today and there are 13 Rank 1 toppers, 25 Rank 2 toppers and 59 Rank 3 toppers
Rank 1: 499 out of 500 Marks
|Student Name||Total marks||Belongs to|
|Yogesh Kumar Gupta||499/500||Jaunpur|
|Bhavana N Sivadas||499/500||Kerala|
|Divjot Kaur Jaggi||499/500||Ambala|
Rank 2: 498 out of 500 Marks
|Student name||Total marks||Belongs to|
|Adheena Elsa Roy||498/500||Calicut|
|Ayushi Pushkar (Lucknow)||498/500||Lucknow|
|Pratham kumar Srivastava||498/500||Ghaziabad|
|Isha Srivastava (Lucknow)||498/500||Lucknow|
Rank 3: 497 out of 500 marks
|Students name||Total Marks||Belongs to|
|Girjia M Hedge||497/500||Chennai|
|Jagnoor Kaur Chandi||497/500||Uttrakhand|
|Ashita Singh Panwar||497/500||Ghaziabad|
|Aishwarya Hariharan Iyer||497/500||Bengluru|
|Naladala Disha Chowdhary||497/500||Bengluru|
|Prithvi P Shenoy||497/500||Bengluru|
|Gokul Nair A||497/500||Kerala|
|Easha A Pai||497/500||Kerala|
|Arjit Alok Srivastava||497/500||UP|
|Mihika Parag Deshpande||497/500||Gurgaon|
|Arya Jayant Daoo||497/500||Nagpur|
|Athul Vijay K||497/500||Kerala|
|B Kaviya Varshini||497/500||Coimbatore|
|Deepsna Panda (Mumbai)||497/500||Mumbai|
About the CBSE Class 10th 2019 results:
Students can check their results at the official websites cbseresults.nic.in or cbse.nic.in. They can also check their CBSE Class 10 results at one of the alternate websites –examresults.net or digilocker.gov.in
The passing number of students in CBSE Class 10 has been steadily decreasing for over five years but this year’s class 10 results broke the deteriorating trend.
Thiruvananthapuram was India’s top performing district in the CBSE Class 10 results with a staggering pass percentage of 99.85.
While KVs scored a 99.47 % pass percentage, JNV schools recorded a pass percentage of 98.57% — government schools performed better in India than private schools in the CBSE Class 10 results.
CBSE 10th Result 2019 Declared: Result Highlights
There has been a rise in the pass percentage of 4.40 percent from last year as the pass percentage reaches 91.1 percent. This breaks the downwards spell in the pass percentage since 2014, however, the pass percentage is still lower than the pass percentage of CBSE class 10 result 2017 – which was 93.06 per cent.
Pass percentage for candidates in Delhi region is 80.97%
The pass percentage of candidates who appeared for the exam in Delhi region rose from 78.62% in 2018 to 80.97 in 2019.
CBSE 10th Result 2019 Top 10 districts
Among districts, Trivandrum scored highest 99.85 percent followed by Chennai at 99 percent. Ajmer is at number three with 95.89 percent while Panchkula is at 93.72. Here are pass percentage of other districts:
CBSE 10th Result – Last Year Stats and Pass Percentage
Prakhar Mittal from Gurugram, Rimzhim Agrawal from Bijnor, Nandini Garg from Shamli and Sreelakshmi from Cochin, have scored 499 marks out of 500 to jointly top the CBSE Class 10th Examinations.
|Total number of students||16 lakh|
|Total number of examination centers||14 lakh|
| The o||86.70|
|Overall pass percentage of girls||88.67|
|Overall pass percentage of boys||85.32|
Considering the above mentioned statistics the CBSE Board expects a significant improved pass percentage ratio this year. And obviously, students are also hoping for a better performance as it would cooperate them in higher studies.
Method to check Result through the official website cbse.nic.in
Student who wants to check his/her result through the official website of CBSE, go through below provided steps to check your result by yourself.
- Log on to the official website of CBSE i.e.
- Then on the homepage, you will be able to see the various link of the different results.
- So, you will have to click on the link of “CBSE 10th Result 2019”.
- Once, you will hit the link, a new window will appear to you.
So, enter your roll number, date of birth, school number, and center number.
- Once, you will submit the above details, your CBSE Result for class 10th will appear to you.
- So, check your CBSE 10th Result 2019 and take the printout of it for the future reference.
CBSE 10th Result CGPA Grading System
Central board of secondary education has introduced a grading system for the students of class 10th and 12th from the academic year of 2009 to 2010. So under the new CBSE grading system, no cumulative grade is awarded only subject-wise grades are awarded to the student. Thus, board exams finally came without a pass or fail tag for students.
CBSE Class 10th Result: Nine point Grading System
It has been decided not to carry a pass or fail on the students’ mark sheet. The nine point grading system will require students to score qualifying marks in four of the five subjects. To improve on their grades students will have four options within a period of two years of the examination.
The grading system will adopt a five-point scale that is from A to E, which means now, the students will be awarded
The new grading system is obtained on the basis of two parameters- absolute and percentile marks. A uniform model to be followed in assessing all subjects is included. But the parameter differs for various subjects on the basis of their difficulty level. For example; A star grade would signify 9 points for Maths, while the same would signify 7 points for English
Under the new grading system there is no cumulative grades will be given to the students on their mark sheet as our mark sheet do not carry total marks at present. It only allows to award students subject-wise grades and the last grade”E” will be the un-qualifying grade which will decide whether the student has passed the exam or ‘failed’ it.
Summative Assessment Based on the term-end examination
- There will be two evaluations each in the first and second terms.
- Each evaluation will carry 10 marks apiece.
Formative Assessment To evaluate and grade class work, homework, assignment and project work
- There will be one term-end exam for each term.
- The first term-end exam will carry 20 marks.
- The second term-end exam will carry 40 marks.
CBSE Grading System
The CBSE board will put all the students in rank order to awarding the grades. The board will award the grades to the students according to the table below:
|A1||Top 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|A2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|B1||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|B2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|C1||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|C2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|D1||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|D2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
CBSE Grading System For Scholastic Achievements
The students of class 9 & 10 will be evaluated based on the 9 point grading system. The 9-point grading system for the scholastic achievements are tabulated below:
|Grade||Marks Range||Grade point|
|A1||91 – 100||10.0|
|A2||81 – 90||9.0|
|B1||71 – 80||8.0|
|B2||61 – 70||7.0|
|C1||51 – 60||6.0|
CBSE Grading System – Calculating Percentage From CGPA
CGPA is commonly known as the Cumulative Grade Point Average. It is the statement of subject wise performance in the certificate of continuous and comprehensive evaluation that is class 10 certificate. CGPA is an average grade point of a student.
How To Calculate CGPA?
CGPA = Sum of grade points obtained in 5 main subjects/5.
So in order to calculate the percentage, follow the formula as the below:
Formula: CGPA X 9.5= Percentage Obtained in Class 10.
For example: If a candidate has obtained 8.0 CGPA then his/her percentage is calculated as 8.0 X 9.5 = 76%.
CBSE Class 10 Grading System 2019: Important Points to Remember
- In case of a tie, all the students getting the same score, will get the same grade. If the number of students at a score point need to be divided into two segments, the smaller segment will go with the larger.
- Method of grading will be used in subjects where the number of candidates who have passed is more than 500.
- In respect of subjects where total number of candidates passing in a subject is less than 500, the grading would be adopted on the pattern of grading and distribution in other similar subjects.
New Changes in Passing Criteria of CBSE Class 10th
As per the latest news, the Central Board of Secondary Education has taken another initiative. As you all know that till 2017, the class 10 pass criteria was 33% in the theory exams and 33% in the practical exams separately in each practical subject. So, the students used to obtain the separately passing marks in both categories of the exams.
But in 2018, a new rule was passed by the board i.e. the separate passing marks are not compulsory now. So, the students need to get 33% marks in the theory and the
Now, if we talk about the CBSE 10th Result 2019 The CBSE board has made various changes from this session. Among all those changes, the pass criteria have also been modified. Earlier, CBSE was targetting to have the 2017 pass criteria. But after various meetings and suggestions, now, the Central Board of Secondary Education is permitting the last year’s passing marks. So, the students will have to get 33% marks combined in the theory and in the practical exams.
CBSE Rechecking/Revaluation Process Details in 2019
It is seen that after completing the board examination students have most common question in their mind that, Is there any facility CBSE Re-evaluation or Re-checking? To get information about
Re- checking process and steps to apply for Re-evaluation of CBSE board read the below article carefully.
Re-evaluation is a process, through which a student can make a request to the board to recheck his/her copy in case of doubtful marks. Sometimes, students don’t get the expected marks due to various reasons such as any miscalculation done by the examiners at the time of the evaluation process, or the student’s performance was not so good in that particular subject, which results in lesser marks in the respective subject. In such cases, the board has facilitated students with the Re-evaluation or Re-checking process.
How to apply for CBSE Re-evaluation process:
Those who did not perform well in their Board exams, and hence, could not get the desired marks, such student also can apply for the CBSE revaluation result 2019. So, candidates who have decided to apply need to check simple steps to fill CBSE Revaluation Form:
- Initially, you need to visit the official website of Central Board of Secondary Education that is
cbse.nic.in to apply for CBSE Revaluation 2019.
- From home page move your cursor to suitable revaluation result 2019 CBSE link.
- After pressing the above-given link you will be directed to the new page, having a dialogue box for CBSE Class 10th Revaluation or CBSE Class 12th Revaluation.
- Aspirants are advised to enter their correct details and hit on “submit” option.
- Fill CBSE Revaluation Online Form in the correct manner.
- Upload essential documents/ testimonials along with CBSE Revaluation Application Form.
- In the final step, you must take a printout of CBSE Revaluation Application Form for future use.
CBSE Board Exam 2019 Revaluation Procedure
1 # CBSE Revaluation Verification:
- First of all, students need to apply online for a particular subject before the last date ends.
- Also, need to make the payment of fee that is Rs. 300/- per Subject.
- Request of CBSE Verification will be accepted only once.
- Further, CBSE Result will be uploaded. If any mistake detected, a formal letter will be sent through speed post.
2 # Application For Obtaining Photocopy Of The Evaluated Answer Book(S)
- For obtaining a photocopy of the evaluated answer book(s) aspirants need to apply within the time period.
- Pay the amount of fee that is Rs. 700/- per Subject.
- Only those students who have applied for verification of marks shall be eligible to apply for obtaining photocopies of Answer sheets.
- Candidate applying for obtaining photocopy of the evaluated answer book(s) shall have to upload an undertaking on the prescribed format.
- The undertaking will have to be scanned and uploaded with the application photocopy of the evaluated answer book shall be uploaded on
3 # Re-evaluation of evaluated answer book:
- Only those candidates who have applied for obtaining answer sheet will be eligible to challenge the marks awarded by the examiners to any question, in other words, to apply for Revaluation process.
- You can only request for revaluation in theory portion of subjects.
- For this, candidates need to pay ₹ 100 per question.
- After the photocopy, the students, if not convinced, can still request for revaluation of the answer sheet.
- The applicant will have to refer to the marking scheme in the subject concerned which would be available on the website along with the question paper and then submit an application for re-evaluation in the required question(s) with reasoning.
CBSE Re-Evaluation 2019 Application Fee Structure
CBSE has determined the different amount of fee charged for the Verification of marks, obtaining the photocopy and Revaluation process. So, know about fee structure for various steps and mode of payment.
|Process||Fee structure||Mode of payment|
|Verification of marks||Rs. 500/- per subject|| Debit card/credit card/ net banking|
(International cards are also accepted for outside candidates)
|Obtaining the photocopy||Rs. 500/- per answer book|| Debit card/credit card/ net banking|
(International cards are also accepted for outside candidates)
|Re-evaluation||Rs. 100/- per question|| Debit card/credit card/ net banking|
(International cards are also accepted for outside candidates)
CBSE Board releases a notification regarding all the essential information of CBSE class 10th Result 2019 on its official website
Students can check their result through its official website
Information regarding the updated grading system, Revaluation/Rechecking process are available with complete details