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Girls again outshine boys in CBSE class 10

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  29 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

New Delhi/ Guwahati, May 28: All India Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 results of all 10 regions were announced on Saturday with girls again performing better than boys. Thiruvanthapuram recorded the highest pass percentage with 99.87 as compared to other regions. As per the CBSE, the pass percentage of girls stood at 96.36 compared with boys which was 96.11. Around 14,91,293 students had appeared for the examition that began on March 1 and concluded on March 28. This year an increase of 8.5 percent candidates registration was recorded with the education board as compared to last year. According to the CBSE, 96.21 percent students have cleared the exam this year as against last year, wherein 97.32 percent students passed the examition. In the Guwahati region where 61,847 students had appeared from 859 schools, the pass percentage was 83.79 percent. The pass percentage of boys is 84.27 and that of girls is 83.23.

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