The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi will soon announce its Class 10 result for the session 2014. The examinations were held in the month of March this year. The results can be checked on the official website of the board once it is declared.
This year, a total of 13,28,970 students had registered for the CBSE Class 10 Board exams. There are 7,93,940 boys and 5,35,030 girls out of the total number of registered students. This means a total increase of 5.54% in the number of candidates as compared to last year.
Out of the total candidates, 452 are visually impaired, 788 are dyslexics, 232 are hearing and speech impaired and 1,527 are physically challenged. Besides, spastics are 161 in number and autistic are 20.
A total of 12,871 schools participated in the exams, wherein the centres were held at 3,253 places. Out of the total centres, 605 were local centres, 66 were foreign and 8 centres hosted the exams for blind candidates in the capital city, Delhi.
The examinations were conducted in the month of March, both, for those who opted for the internal school based board exams and also for those who sat for the external board. The results can be checked on the official website of the board. The candidates can also get their results via SMS.
Some newspapers and websites have reported that the results for CBSE Class 10 exams will be declared on May 15. But, officially no confirmation date has been released. The speculation over the result date that exists is therefore high.