Overall, the students from all the regions under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) have cleared Class 10 exam with flying colours. Most of them had chosen to go for school based assessment which had reduced the pressure of appearing board exam a lot. Although the marking and certificate system remain under the control of board. It had made students feel very comfortable. Also, with implementation of grading system, students had no worries for marks.
In Delhi, the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas have showcased the best results for Class 10 as 99.36% of students cleared the exams. This is followed by the Kendriya Vidyalayas that have a pass percentage of 99.16%. The Private schools in the capital have also noted a clear increase in their pass percentage, with 97.92% of students having cleared Class 10 this year.
According to the reports, In Delhi, 2,98,330 students had registered of which only 51196 candidates chose to appear for the CBSE board examinations and rest appeared for the school-based exams that were conducted in March 2011. The Board of education has also revealed that apart from the increase in pass percentage, the number of high scorers have also increased as compared to 2010.