Hyderabad: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday declared class 10 results. Out of total 20,97,128 students, around 20,7,997 has been declared passed by CBSE.

The overall pass percentage has increased by over eight percent from previous year. This year the pass percentage is around 99.04 percent. In 2020, the pass percentage were 91.46 percent and in 2019 it was 91.10 percent.

Trivandrum region has recorded highest pass percentage: 99.99 percent while Chennai and Bengaluru are second and third best performing region with 99.96 percent and 99.94 percent respectively. Guwahati region has recorded the lowest pass pass percentage of 90.54.

Students can download their mark sheets by visiting cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. Students can also check their results at digilocker.gov.in. Results are also available at Umang App.

Those who don't know their roll numbers can use the roll number finder at cbseresults.nic.in.

The fate of over 20 lakh students will be known today. Since exams were canceled, students have been assessed based on their year-long performance including practicals, unit tests, pre-boards, mid-terms.

This is the first time that the board has announced results for class 10 without an exam. However, the pass percentage is expected to go up.

Last year, a total of 18,85,885 students had registered of which 17,13,121 had passed the class 10 board exams with a pass percentage of 91.46%. This was a slight increase from 2019 when 91.1% of students had passed. This year, nearly 100% would be promoted based on the trend.

Steps to download mark sheet

Step 1: Go to the official websites of CBSE — cbse.nic.in, or cbseresults.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the Class 10 result 2021 link on the homepage

Step 3: Enter your roll number as per your admit card and required credentials

Step 4: Your CBSE Class 10 will open on a new page

Step 5: Download and take a print of the document for future reference

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