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CBSE announces Class Ten results for Ajmer and Chennai

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today declared the Class Ten results for two zones - Ajmer and Chennai.

New Delhi, May 28 : The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today declared the Class Ten results for two zones - Ajmer and Chennai.

Students can see their results on their e-mail addresses after it is registered on www.cbse.nic.in, www.results.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in.

Individual results can also be availed on http://mtnldelhi.in, http://bol.net.in and http://delhi.mtnl.net.in.

The students from Delhi, Allahabad, Guwahati and Panchkula have to wait for a day more, as the results will be announced on Tuesday.

Over seven lakh students, from India and abroad, appeared for the examinations this year.

The CBSE has already declared the Class Twelve results. For the first time, the CBSE has 80 percent of successful candidates in its list.

The average pass percentage was 80.64 percent, in which the girls again outshone the boys with their passing percentage being a little over 85 percent. The passing percentage among the boys remained 77 percent.

The pass percentage for the disabled was 80.75 percent. Six among them have scored above 90 percent.

Chennai topped among the cities while Delhi retained the fourth position with the pass percentage being 81.93 up by 2.72 percent from last year.

ANI

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