Free air travel would be provided to the meritorious students as an encouragement to continue to excel in academics.
SC and ST students in Delhi, who were paying Rs 375 earlier, will now pay Rs 1,200 for five subjects.
The pass percentage for Class 10 students went up by 9.7 per cent while it went up by 2.3 per cent for Class 12.
Boomika has scored 99 marks each, in Economics and Commerce subjects and aspires to join Indian Revenue Service.
The region tops with the percentage of 97.32 percent followed by Chennai region at 93.87 and Delhi at 89.
Though no student from these regions figured among the top 10 toppers nationally in the general category, A Vijay Ganesh from Palakkad emerged national topper in the differently-abled category.
Meghna Srivastava, from Ghaziabad, has topped the exams with 499 marks out of 500.
The number of Class 12 students who scored very high marks in the Board exams, results of which were released Wednesday, fell sharply this year.
K S Rana was required to oversee that seals of question papers which reached the centre in the morning on the day of the examination were intact till the specified time.
The Mother Khajani Convent School, whose two teachers were arrested by the Delhi Police in connection with the Class 12 economics paper leak, is under the scanner.
With students protesting over the leaks of Class 10 Maths and Class 12 Economics question papers, the Delhi Police has rounded up 30 persons for interrogation.
CBSE paper leak: Police writes to Google, seeks details of ID used to send email to board's chairperson
The Delhi Police's Crime Branch identified over 10 WhatsApp groups, each having 50-60 members in connection with CBSE paper leak.
Top functionaries of the HRD ministry and the Board yesterday conceded that question papers of Class XII Biology and Accountancy could have been leaked as well.
The Delhi Police's crime branch is investigating the alleged leak of Class 12 economics and Class 10 mathematics papers after registering two separate cases in the matter.
The board further explained that during the exam process some miscreants at local level tried to play mischief by circulating messages through social media to disturb the sanctity of examinations.