AP, TS Score Big in CBSE Class X Results

Published: 29th May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th May 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally announced the results of Class X public exams on Thursday and CBSE schools in both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh registered one of the highest pass percentages in the country.

Telangana’s success rate was 99.72 percentage while AP’s success rate was slightly better at 99.86 percentage. The Chennai region of CBSE under which both the Telugu States fall was one of the best performing regions in the country. According to a statement by the CBSE, Chennai region has achieved 99.03 per cent success rate. Thiruvananthapuram region recorded the highest pass rate of 99.77 percentage.

This year, the results saw a huge number of students scoring the highest cumulative grade point average (CGPA). According to CBSE, a total of 94,474 students have scored the 10 CGPA across the country.

AP TS.JPGCBSE schools in Hyderabad also excelled with more than 100 students scoring 10 CGPA. Around 29 students from Meridian School, 36 from Chirec School and 31 from Silver Oaks School scored 10 CGPA. The Delhi Public School, Nacharam, also claimed 35 of its students scored 10 CGPA and the school achieved 100 per cent success rate as well.

Compared to the previous academic year, the overall national pass rate went down by 1.55 percentage. This year, the overall success rate was 97.32 against 98.87 in 2014. This year too, girls dominated the results with a pass rate of 97.82 percentage while boys registered 96.98 percentage. This year, 13,73,853 candidates were registered for Class X examination which is around 3.37 percent more than previous year.


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