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CBSE class 10 results: 85% students pass in Delhi, girls beat boys again

Private schools recorded a higher pass percentage than government schools in both the regions. However, the pass percentage of private schools dropped since last year.

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FILE PHOTO: The pass percentage of government schools in Delhi East region was 81.39, recording an increase of over 10 per cent as against 2019 data, while private schools saw a pass percentage of 91.29, witnessing a drop of 2 per cent.

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Delhi recorded a pass percentage of 85.86 in the class 10 CBSE examinations, an increase of over 5 per cent over last year.
Continuing with the trend, girls outshone boys in the examination results declared on Wednesday.
In Delhi East region, 88.90 per cent girls cleared the exam, while 83.04 per cent boys passed.
Similarly, in Delhi West region, the pass percentage of girls was 89.03, while that of boys was 83.28.
Private schools recorded a higher pass percentage than government schools in both the regions.
However, the pass percentage of private schools dropped since last year.
The pass percentage of government schools in Delhi East

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First Published: Jul 15 2020 | 9:47 PM IST

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