New Delhi: Students waiting for the CBSE 10th Result 2016 can begin their celebrations! The CBSE Result 2016 for Class 10th Board examination is declared today. Reports also suggest that the CBSE has made all the necessary preparations to announce the CBSE 10th Class Result 2016 for all the 10 regions on the same day. After the formal announcement from Delhi office of the CBSE, students can check their CBSE 10th Result 2016 online on official website

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This year the CBSE Class 10th examination was held from 1st March and continued till 28th March. A total of 14,99,122 students from 15,309 schools appeared for the examination in 3,747 centers across the nation. Out of the total students who had appeared for the examination, 8.9 lakh are boys and the rest 6 lakh are girls. The Board witnessed an increase in the number of examinees; 9.12% in comparison to that of 2015. In the previous year 13.7 lakh students had appeared for the examination.

How to check CBSE 10th Result 2016 online?

Students, who are unaware of the online checking procedure for CBSE Results, can follow the simple steps given below:
•    Visit
•    Click on the relevant link for CBSE 10th Class Result 2016
•    Enter your hall ticket / admit card number and other details
•    Click on the Submit button
•    Check your CBSE Result
•    Save softcopy / take printout of CBSE Result scorecard for reference purposes

Career Planning After CBSE 10th Result 2016
Although, many students think that only the period prior to the declaration of CBSE Result 2016 is full of anxiousness and anxiety, it is not true. Performing well in CBSE Class 10 Result 2016 is only half battle won; the other half would involve planning your next move for the higher secondary level schools. Every student goes through the phase of result declaration and the mixed emotions associated with it.

To avoid any last minute chaos, students should prepare themselves for the career ahead. Career planning and objectives should be charted down beforehand so that last minute confusions are avoided. Students are suggested to take expert suggestions from career counselors for choosing the right stream in higher secondary level courses. It is very essential to choose the right stream as the future of the career will solely rely on this decision.

About the Central Board of Secondary Education

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is one of the apex educational boards of the country. Every year the Board conducts examinations for Secondary and Higher Secondary level students across the country through 10 regions. Along with increasing student participation every year, the CBSE is also exhibiting positive growth in success ratio of board exams for both class 10 and class 12 students every year.

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