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Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) / 10 / Tenth / 10th / X - Results 2007
Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - Tamil Nadu schools have put up an impressive performance in this year's CBSE Class X examination, the results of which were declared on Monday.

The Chennai region and Ajmer regions were the first to declare results among the six CBSE zones in the country. The results of four more regions will be out on Tuesday.

Out of 13,492 students, who appeared for the March examination, 13,253 students notched success: an overwhelming 98.23 per cent.

"Very encouraging"
"The State's performance has been very encouraging and it has emerged as one of the highest performing states in the country," M.V.V Prasada Rao, Joint Secretary, CBSE Chennai region, said announcing the results.

The CBSE will not release the list of toppers — either of schools or students — this time, as it did not want to discourage other students who had performed equally well but had lost out only by a couple of marks, Mr. Rao said, adding that the CBSE had nothing to do with any claim made by schools in this regard. The Chennai region consists of four southern states, Maharashtra, Puducherry, Goa, Daman and Diu, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep. The overall pass percentage in the region is 93.47, against 89.43 last year. Pass percentage among boys was 93.2, while among girls, it was 93.60.

Navodaya schools in the region posted a pass percentage of 99.23, while independent schools showed 98.47; Kendriya Vidyalaya schools recorded 98.2, while government schools put up 46.47 pass percentage.
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