CBSE 10 Class Results 2018 Declared

CBSE Results 2018 - Sakshi Post

The results of CBSE class 10 2018 have been announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education. Around 16.38 lakh students who appeared for the exam.

According to the CBSE Board, some 1624682 students appeared in the CBSE Class X Exams of whom 1408594 have cleared the exam with flying colors. The Pass Percentage in CBSE Class 10 exams 2018 is said to be 86.70%. While the pass percentage among girls is said to be 88.67, about 85.32 of boys who appeared for CBSE Class X exams are said to have cleared the exams.

CBSE Class 10 2018 Toppers Include;

Prakhar Mittal

Rimzhim Agarwal

Nandini garg

Sreelakshmi G

All of them have scored got 499/500.

Students from Trivandrum, Chennai and Ajmer have topped the exams with 99.60, 97.37 and 91.86% respectively. The CBSE Board had conducted the Class 10 Exams for 2018 in about 17567 schools and 4460 exam centres. The overall pass percentage is said to be 86.70%.

A pass percentage of 90.95 per cent was registered in 2017, against a 96.21 success rate in 2016. Also, there was a significant change in the pass percentage of boys, which improved from 2016's 78.9 per cent to 93.4 per cent in 2017. An improvement of around 4% was seen in the pass percentage of girls in 2017, with 92.5 per cent from 88.6 per cent in 2016. A total of 1,05,188 boys secured a perfect CGPA of 10 in 2017, while 1,00,950 girls achieved it.

Where To Get CBSE Class 10 Result 2018

The CBSE 10th Class Results 2018 scorecards of the candidates will be uploaded on the official website and by the Central Board of Secondary Education.

Students may face difficulty due to technical glitches and high traffic on the official website of the CBSE. Hence, the following five ways will help to check the CBSE Results 2018:

How To Check CBSE 10th Result 2018?

In order to check the Class 10th CBSE Results, candidates will be required to provide Roll Number, Date of Birth and School Number.

Here’s step by step procedure to check your CBSE 10th Result.

1. Go to the Official Website of CBSE: and

2. On the result page, click on Class 10th CBSE Results link.

3. Enter the Roll Number, Date of Birth and School Number as mentioned on CBSE 10th Admit Card. Then click Submit.

4. The CBSE 10th Class Results 2018 will be displayed.

5. Download the result and print it by clicking on the printout button for further reference.

According to the passing criteria for Class X students of the 2017-18 batch mentioned in a circular released by the Central Board of Secondary Education, candidates must secure a minimum of 33% marks (Internal Assessment + Annual Exam) in 5 Main Subjects to be deemed passing the CBSE 10th 2018 exams. Also, an additional 2 marks will be awarded to the students for a typing error in the English question paper.

Other Ways To Check CBSE Board 10th Class Result 2018

Keeping the heavy traffic in view of the 16.38 Lakh students who would check the results, the CBSE Board arranged for five other ways to access the Class 10 CBSE 2018:


Interactive voice response (IVR) is a computerized phone system that assists a telephone caller, to select from a voice menu.

To check the CBSE Board 10th Class result, make a call on the following numbers:

011-24357276, 011-28127030 (MTNL)

54321223 (Tata Teleservices)

54321202 (Airtel)

The voice call rate is 30 paise per minute or per roll number.


Here's how to get the Result of CBSE Class 10th 2018 with SMS

The following is a list of numbers, on which you can send text and receive the result via SMS.

To get the result, SMS: ‘cbse 10 [rollno]’


52001 (MTNL)

57766 (BSNL)

5800002 (Aircel)

55456068 (Idea)

54321, 51234 & 5333300 (Tata Teleservices)

54321202 (Airtel)

9212357123 (National Informatics Centre).


The Government of India operates DigiLocker, a digital locker service operated by that enables Indian citizens to store certain official documents on the cloud.

CBSE uploads the Class 10th Marksheet on its cloud storage facility, Digilocker. Students may log in to Digilocker application to get the CBSE Board 10th Class 2018 marks certificates.

Here's how to download CBSE Class 10th Marksheet with Digilocker.

1. Visit

2. Click on Go to DigiLocker.

3. After logging in with the given login credentials, you’ll see this message on your screen: Looking for CBSE Digital Marksheets? Go here>>

4. Click on Go Here link.

5. On the next page, you’ll get the link to download your CBSE Class 10th Marksheets.

6. Download the CBSE Class 10th 2018 Marksheet and take a printout of it for further use.

School Websites

The CBSE School websites upload the CBSE Class 10th 2018 result of their students on their official website. As soon as the result is released, it is advisable to check the school website.


Here's how to check the CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 through Email

1. Go to the official website of Government of India:

2. Click on Get Results by Email – Registration for CBSE Class XII & Class X.

3. As the result is officially declared, the CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 wil be mailed to the student's inbox.

Last 5 Years dates of release of CBSE 10th Board Result:

Year Exam Dates Result Date Time Taken

2017 9th March – 10th April 3rd June 2017 1 Month 24 days

2016 1st March – 28th March 28th May 2016 2 Months

2015 2nd March – 26th March 28th May 2015 2 Months 2 Days

2014 1st March – 19th March 20th May 2014 2 Months

2013 1st March – 15th March 27th May 2013 2 Months 12 Days

CGPA Calculation for Class 10th:

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA), which is overall grade point of the student mentioned on the report card, can be used to calculate the overall percentage of the student.

How to Calculate CGPA?

It can be calculated as the summation of Class 10 grade points of the main five subjects (Maths, Science, Social Science, English and Hindi) divided it by 5.

How to Convert CGPA into Percentage?

In order to convert the CBSE Class 10 2018 CGPA into percentage, multiply your CGPA by 9.5.

About CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is the apex board that looks after the development and propagation of secondary and higher secondary education in India. The board has been the part of the long history that has seen the development of school-level education in India. The CBSE took the final shape that it operates today in the year 1952. Currently, the CBSE conducts annual examinations like CBSE 10th Board Exam and CBSE 12th Board Exam along with entrance tests for professional courses like JEE Mains and CBSE NET Exam.

The Board witnessed rapid growth and expansion at the level of Secondary education resulting in improved quality and standard of education in institutions. But with the advent of State Universities and State Boards in various parts of the country the jurisdiction of the Board was confined only to Ajmer, Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh later. As a result of this, in 1952, the constitution of the Board was amended wherein its jurisdiction was extended to part-C and Part-D territories and the Board was given its present name 'Central Board of Secondary Education'. It was in the year 1962 finally that the Board was reconstituted. The main objectives were to serve the educational institutions more effectively, to be responsive to the educational needs of those students whose parents were employed in the Central Government and had frequently transferable jobs.

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