(Result) CBSE - Class X Examination Result 2015

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CBSE - Class X Examination Result 2015

Exam Name: Class X School Exam

Year: 2015

Duration of Examination : 2nd March 2015 to 26th March 2015

(Scheme II)/ (Board Based)

: 10th March 2015 onward

(Scheme I)/ (School Based)

Date of result declaration : 28th May, 2015 (All Region)

Result Statistics :-

In total 1373853 candidates were registered for class X examination this year. This amounts for an increase of about 3.37% candidates over that of last year.

Highlights –

  •  Pass percentage of 2014 = 98.87

  •  Pass percentage of 2015 = 97.32

  •  Girls do better than boys. Percentage of girls qualified for admission in higher classes is 97.82 as compared to that of boys which is 96.98.

  •  Over all percentage of candidates qualified for admission in higher classes in Thiruvananthapuram Region is 99.77 which is the highest as compared to other Regions.

The Scheme of examination under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)/School Based Assessment (SBA) Class X 2015:

I Scheme 1– No Board Examination at Secondary (Class X) level for students studying in the schools affiliated to the Board who did not wish to move out of the CBSE system after Class X.

Every School, Sahodaya Cluster or City designed its own date sheet for classes IX and X School Based Examination accordingly.

SA-II was conducted by the school:
a) Online Question Papers were sent from 03rd March 2015
b) Examination was conducted from 10th March onwards.
c) Online Marking Scheme were made available from 17th March 2015.

II Scheme 2 –was applicable to those students from affiliated schools who wish to move out of the CBSE system after Class X (Pre-University, Vocational course, Change of Board etc.)Such students are required to take the Board’s External Examination at Secondary (Class X) level

Question papers and Marking scheme were prepared by the CBSE and the evaluation was carried by the Board through External Examiners.

Certification by the Board : A uniform certificate is issued to all the candidates by the Board, whether appearing under Scheme-I or Scheme-II Assessment.

Observation Schedules: To give fair deal to the question papers and redress genuine grievances of the students, observation schedules were sent to all the schools to record and forward their suggestions within 24 hours of the conduct of examination of concerned subject conducted by the Board so that these can be considered by the expert group while preparing the marking schemes.

Mandatory evaluation : Teachers selected for evaluation work had to report on the appointed date and time failing which a mention will be made in their annual records. Non-release of teachers by any school may lead to withholding the result of the defaulting institution. TheBoard may also consider and initiate disaffiliation proceedings. However, those extending willing and effective cooperation will also find a mention in their personal records.

Students Global Aptitude Index

Central Board of Secondary Education is the first Board in the country to introduce the concept of aptitude assessment in 2011. The purpose of CBSE SGAI is primarily to help the larger population including parents, teachers and students to initiate a dialogue on subject choices that lead to effective career planning later in life.

The CBSE SGAI is optional activity meant for class X students for students studying in CBSE affiliated schools across the world.

The Board designed an improvised version of the SGAI for its Fifth edition, whichfor the first timewas computer based. Vth edition of SGAI was conducted from December 2014 to February 2015. 1,81,611 studentsregistered from 3137 CBSE affiliated schools throughout the world.

Being online, the final rec ommendation was automatically generated and provided snapshot of top interest, academic range and aptitude scores to indicate the appropriate subject choices for class XI.

Around 8 Lac students from approximately 13,000 schools across the globe have participated in fifth editions of SGAI conducted so far.

Concessions to Special Category Students

As per Bye-laws of the Board and as defined in the Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995, the Board extends a number of relaxations to special candidates.

Verification of Grades: Procedure


Students who have appeared under Scheme-I would apply for verification of grades to the schools only and schools would verify their answer book and communicate the result.



(1) For urgent verification, applications should be made on-line within 7 days from the date of declaration of result. The fee will be Rs.300/- per subject.

(2) As per last year, this time too, the applications for verification of
marks will be received online only.

(3) For 2015 examination, the fee will be received only through gateway (Credit/Debit card)/ E-challan. The candidates will have to deposit the same by visiting the identified Bank branch.

(4) For details, the candidates are advised to see the Notice on the CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in.

The result of verification of grades will be available on the Board’s website. The candidates whose result gets revised after verification of grades will be intimated through letter also by the Regional office concerned.

Result distribution under Delhi Region

The schools under the Delhi Region are advised to collect the result from the office of the respective Deputy Directors of Education, NCT of Delhi on 29.05.2015 with prior confirmation.

Private candidates are advised to collect their result from the Examination Centre.

The result will not be available at the office of the Board the public is
advised not to come to the Board’s Office for collection of result.

Providing of photocopy of the evaluated Answer Books

Detail modalities and schedule for Photocopies of the evaluated answer book (s) will be hosted on the website.

Improvement of Performance:

The number of attempts for Improvement of Performance for Class X has been reduced to one from five w.e.f. 2013 examination. The candidates shall appear for the Improvement of Performance conducted by the Board in July/ School by July, as per the option exercised for the Main examination held in March the same year.

The first chance Improvement of Performance Test under Scheme-II will commence from16th July, 2015. Regular candidates will route their requests through the Head of institution. Improvement of Performance (IOP) under Scheme-I will be held by July and conducted by the schools.

Application forms for private / Improvement of Performance candidates for Delhi region will be available online.

CBSE would like to place on record it’s appreciation for the organizations and agencies such as Directorate of Education, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Naodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, all schools and the State Governments for extending full co-operation and help in the smooth and fair conduct of examinations. Special Thanks are due to media, Delhi and State Police for providing all help and assistance during the conduct of examinations.


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Courtesy: CBSE