CBSE to announce Class 10th Compartment examination results on

CBSE Class 10th Compartment result: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the Class 10th Compartment Examination 2019 results soon. However, there is no official notification released by the board concerning the matter. Students who appeared for the Class 10th compartment examination are advised to visit the official website of the CBSE -CBSE result. Nic. In or to get updates on developments.

CBSE conducted the Class 10th Compartment Examination from July 2 to July 9, 2019, at 591 centers. This year, seventy-three thousand two hundred-five students appeared for the CBSE Class 10th Compartment examination. This year, 91.1 percent of students passed the Class 10 CBSE board examination. In this year’s CBSE Class 10th exam, 13 students scored 499 out of 500 marks. And a total of 2.25 lakh students scored above 90 percent, and 57,256 scored above 95 percent.

Union minister Smriti Irani’s daughter also gave the 10th board exam this year. Her daughter passed with 82%. Smriti Irani’s son scored 91 percent in CBSE 12th Result 2019. A few days back, on July 18, CBSE released the Class 12th Compartment Examination 2019 in a record 15 days. The Class 12th Compartment Examination was conducted on July 2, 2019. On Tuesday, the Madras High Court directed the Centre to file a reply explaining the administrative reasons which compelled it to cancel postal recruitment examinations scheduled next month in Tamil Nadu.


A bench comprising justices S Manikumar and Subramonium Prasad directed the Ministry of Communications, the Department of Posts, and the Chief Post Master General on a public litigation petition by the DMK’s student wing secretary. Petitioner C V MP Ezhilasan challenged the exclusion of Tamil as one of the languages for the recruitment exams to the postman and mail guard posts, among others, in the postal department.

The Centre had earlier this month canceled the postal department exams in Tamil Nadu, given opposition from various political parties to its conduct only in English and Hindi and excluding Tamil as one of the languages for the tests. In its earlier order on July 18, the court had ordered the Centre to clarify whether Tamil would be the language of the examination for recruitment in the postal department.

When the PIL came up for hearing, the Assistant Director, Recruitment, Tamil Nadu postal circle, filed a counter-affidavit stating that the Postal Directorate, New Delhi, vide its July 18 letter, conveyed the decision to cancel the exams slated for August 8 and 25. The counter said the department had already withdrawn the May 10 and July 11 notifications by which it was communicated the examinations would be conducted according to the revised pattern and syllabus.

After going through the counter, the bench, in its order, said the reply was not very specific about the recruitment for posts through direct recruitment. It also informed that the examinations already held on July 14 had also been canceled. “The authorities are directed to explain the administrative reasons which compelled them to cancel the examinations and also furnish a specific answer for the query raised by us,” the July 18 order said. The court also ordered the authorities to produce the proceedings withdrawing the two notifications, and posted the matter to August 5 for further hearing.

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