The CBSE class 10 board results have been announced. Exclusive tips, expert views, interviews and more in a special coverage like never before.
By Team ParentCircle
The class 10 CBSE results are out. Today, your children get to see the result of their hard work they put in, throughout last year.
We, at ParentCircle, understand what parents and children are going through right now. So, for the first time ever, we present a live blog to update you with all the information you need about the CBSE 10th Board results (2018).
Keep watching this space for articles, updates, tweets, exclusive tips from experts on how to deal with exam result day-related stress and more.
ParentCircle wishes you and your child all the very best.
“What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning.” - Chuck Grassley
5:30 pm: Indeed! Grades are important, but they do not define a child. As parents, it’s our duty to nurture our children, motivate them to aim higher, and if they do fall, teach them how to get up and get going.
On that note, we bring this special coverage to a close. We hope you, our readers, enjoyed reading the articles and listening to experts give their views. For more such comprehensive articles, please visit our site parentcircle.com. The subscription details are given below.
5:15 pm: Arundhati Swamy, Head of Parent Engagement Programme at ParentCircle, talks about how parents should look at their child's results in the positive light.
4:50 pm: Dr. Paramita Mukherjee Mullick, Principal Assessor and Trainer at NABET (National Accreditation Board of Education and Training) and an author believes that parents should not change the school of their child, just because they have got good marks. Listen to this clip to hear her expert advice.
4:40 pm: Rajeev Garg, father of Nandini Garg, one of the toppers of the CBSE class 10 board exams, says that his child is always looking to learn something new every day.
4:30 pm: Helping your child choose a career? Find out what you should do.
4:20 pm: Is your child very sensitive? Exam results day can be especially tough for her. Here are some things you should always keep in mind as a parent.
4:10 pm: The amazing four and their scores
4:00 pm: Former India cricketer Virender Sehwag tweets a heartfelt message to the students.
3:50 pm: "The two words that define my son: consistent and focussed. I can't express how great we are feeling as a family." - Prakhar Mittal's father exclusively speaks to ParentCircle.
3:40 pm: What do teachers feel about the class 10 CBSE results of 2018? We ask the expert.
"The board was generous in giving high grades to the students this year. On one hand this will increase their confidence levels but I am not sure how this will impact their future. CBSE is the best board for children but they should work more on teaching India's rich history." - Leela Parthasarathi, Retired Sanskrit PGT, Secunderabad
3: 20 pm: Has your child failed in a subject and you are wondering how to help him? Read this article to know more.
3:10 pm: Read this article to know how to make the most of your session with a career counsellor.
3:00 pm: Can your child do a professional course after class 10? Seetha Kiran, Regional Director, DAV Institutions, Telangana Zone gives some expert advice to parents. Listen to the clip below:
2:50 pm: What if your child has scored exceptionally well in science but refuses to pursue a career in that field? Ex-Principal of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Secunderabad, KV Rao tells parents not to fret and explore other options. "If the student does not show interest in science, parents can seek the help of an expert counsellor to select a stream suitable to him. Science, engineering or medicine are not the only options available to excel. There are many other streams students can succeed in."
2:40 pm: CBSE class 12 topper Meghna Srivastava tweeted her "secret" to success.
2:35 pm: General Secretary AICC, Former Chief Minister of Rajasthan, sends his warm wishes to the four toppers.
2:30 pm: Expert tips on how to help your child cope with disappointment.
Dr Jamuna Rajeswaran, Neuropsychologist from NIMHANS, Bangalore
2:20 pm: This year, more than 16 lakhs students appeared for the board exams, out of which 14 lakh have passed. This year, there are four toppers instead of one. The overall pass percentage is 86.70 per cent.
2:10 pm: For the first time, students can now directly check the CBSE results on the Google search engine. According to CBSE Spokerperson Rama Sharma, all students have to do is search for CBSE class 10 result. Here are some other sites to check the results: Indianresults.comand Examresults.net
2:00 pm: Read how last year's CBSE topper, Raksha Gopal, cracked the board exams.
1:50 pm: Whatever be the results, here's how you can build your child's resilience.
1:40 pm: Now that you know your child's results, here are some things you should never say on exam results day.
1:30 pm: The CBSE class 10 results are out. See the results here.
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