CBSE Class 10 Results 2021: All Tamil Nadu students, except one, clear test – Times of India

CHENNAI: Only one out of 90,40 students from Tamil Nadu has failed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X examination. Four girls from Chennai scored 498 out of 500 and scored the highest.

Top performers said consistent performance in unit exams, mid-term exams and pre-board exams has enabled them to score well.



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The CBSE on Tuesday announced the results of Class X, which were based on periodic examinations / unit examinations (10 marks), half-yearly examinations / mid-term examinations (30) and pre-board examinations (40). The remaining 20 numbers were given in the internal assessment and practicals.


Dhriti Karnani of Rajaji Vidyashram in Kilpak building said, “I did not take online classes lightly and did every assignment and exam seriously. I was getting good marks throughout the year. The teachers were also very enthusiastic.”

He got 98 in Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Sanskrit and English. He wanted to do an MBA at IIM and joined the Commerce Department in Class XI.

Three students from Chennai Public School in Tirumajisai – R Dhanvanya, Ksaksha Kalidos and Jyotisha N – got 498 out of 500. “Because of the lockdown and the remote approach to learning, I felt like I had a lot of time to study. I had time to refine my ideas better and practice the questions,” he said. He is preparing for NEET and has selected a biology-mathematics group.


Ksaka Kalidos said he wanted to do space engineering. And Dhanbanya is interested in astronomy and plans to prepare for JEE.

Chitrakala Ramachandran, principal of Chennai Public School in Thrumajhisai, said the school has recorded every activity and evaluated every child from the beginning.

K Manoharan, principal of SBOA School and Junior College in Anna Nagar, said 0% of the students from his school have passed separately. “Our school has seen a slight increase in the number of students who have passed with a difference compared to the previous year,” he said. Two students from the school Rahul Malaikani and J Joshima Getsia got 497 out of 500.


The modern senior secondary school in Nanganallur had 10 cents in mathematics and eight cents in social sciences this year. “Out of 209 students from our school, 23 got 475 marks out of 500,” said L Padmavati, principal of the school.

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