CBSE 10th Result: Girls topped for the fourth consecutive year, 6 times in the last seven years, girls were ahead, this year 99.24% pass

  • CBSE Board Result 2021 Class 10th Live Update | Check Central Board Of Secondary Education Today At; Girls Outshining Boys By A Slender Margin Of 0.35 Per Cent.

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 10th result has been declared. This time a total of 99.04% children passed the exam with an increase of 7.58%. At the same time, this time too for the fourth year in a row, girls have outperformed the boys. This year 99.24% of girls passed, while the result of boys was 98.89%.

Girls ahead for the fourth consecutive year

Girls have been beating for four consecutive years in CBSE 10th results. Earlier in the year 2020, where the pass percentage of girls was 93.31%, the result of boys was 90.14%. In the year 2019, 92.45% girls passed, leaving behind boys, whereas, 90.14% boys passed.

Similarly, in the year 2018, the passing percentage of girls was 88.67%, while that of boys was 85.32%. Now in the year 2021 also, girls have once again outperformed boys by 0.35%.

Year girls boys
2021 99.24% 98.89%
2020 93.31% 90.14%
2019 92.45 90.14
2018 88.67% 85.32%
2017 92.5% 93.4%
2016 96.36% 96.11%
2015 97.82% 96.98%

6 times in the last 7 years girls became the top

Talking about the figures of the last 7 years, girls have come on top 6 times. In the year 2015 to 2021, only in 2017 the boys were ahead. For the rest of the year, the girls performed brilliantly. Last time in the year 2019, 6 girls also made it to the list of toppers. Whereas, out of 4 toppers of the year 2018, 3 were girls. Apart from this, Mridula Subramaniam in 2017 and Muskan Vasandani topped in 2016.

toppers of the year 2019

Name Marks
Manya 99.8%
Siddhant Pangoria 99.8%
Divyanshu Wadhwa 99.8%
Shivani Lath 99.8%
Yogesh Kumar Gupta 99.8%
Vatsal Varshney 99.8%
Ankur Mishra 99.8%
ish madan 99.8%
Tarun Jain 99.8%
Aryan Jha 99.8%
Divjot Kaur Jaggi 99.8%
Bhavna N Shivda 99.8%
Apoorva Jain 99.8%

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