According to the nationwide result declared by CBSE, Trivandrum topped 16 regions of the country with an overall percentage of 99.99%, while Bengaluru with 99.96% and Chennai with 99.94% stood second and third respectively.
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There were a total of 21467 schools across the country and out of 2113767 regular registered candidates CBSE has declared the results of 2097128 candidates. 2076997 candidates (99.04%) have passed class X. Like in previous years, girls once again outnumbered boys across the country including Prayagraj region. The overall national pass percentage of girl students was 99.24% while it was 98.89% for boys.
According to Shweta Arora, Regional Officer (RO) of Prayagraj region, the overall pass percentage of the region, which has 52 districts under its jurisdiction, was 99.19%.
Like the 12th board results, girls have once again outperformed the boys in the 10th board exams too. The overall pass percentage of girls in this field was 99.37% while that of boys was 99.09%.
“A total of 197023 candidates from 1971 schools in 52 districts of the state passed the 99.19% examination and girls outnumbered boys in all the five major districts falling under our purview, except Gorakhpur,” the RO said.
Elaborating on the results of five major districts of the state (Prayagraj, Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi and Gorakhpur) that come under Prayagraj region, Lucknow topped with an overall pass percentage of 99.64% while Gorakhpur (99.55%) and Prayagraj (99.52 %) ranked second and third respectively.
RO said that with reference to Prayagraj district, there were 115 schools in the district, out of which the results of 12379 students were declared and the overall pass percentage was 99.52 percent. The pass percentage of girls was 99.70 percent while that of boys was 99.40%.
Similarly, with reference to Lucknow district, 201 schools were registered and results of 18747 students of class X were declared. A total of 99.64% students passed in the district and here also the pass percentage of girls was more than that of boys. 99.73 percent of girls passed the exam as compared to 99.58 percent of boys.
In Varanasi district, 154 schools were registered and results of 20113 students were declared. 99.30% of them passed the board. The pass percentage of girls was 99.51 percent while that of boys was 99.17%.
In Kanpur district 120 schools were registered and the result of 12433 students was declared by the board. Of these, 99.32% were declared passed. The pass percentage of girls was 99.53 percent while it was 99.19% for boys.
Gorakhpur district had 120 schools, out of which 14730 (99.55%) students were declared passed. However, the overall pass percentage of boys in this district was higher than that of girls. The pass percentage among boys was 99.66%, while for girls it was 99.36%, informed the RO.
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