Earlier, it was announced that the Central Board of Secondary Education would release the result of the Class 10 board exams in the mid of July month. This year the exams of Class 10th and Class 12th were canceled due to a global pandemic.

Now students are curious to know about their marks and here are answers to the frequently asked questions:

Question - When the result of CBSE Class 10th would be out?

Answer – It is expected that the Class 10th board exam result would be out by July 20, 2021. It was advised that schools have to submit the record of a student to the board by June 30th, following which the board would release the result between July 15, 2021, and July 20, 2021.

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Question - How students can check their results?

Answer –The students can check their marks in Class 10th board exam result through online mode. Students can visit the CBSE official websites – cbse.gov.in and cbseresults.nic.in. After the result is declared, students who have registered themselves for board exams would be able to check their results.

Question – What would be the passing criteria, would CBSE fail Class 10th 2021 students?

Answer – There is no change in the passing criteria. Students would need 33 marks or 33 percent marks out of 100 to pass Class 10th. These 33 marks would be the sum of marks in practical, internal assessments and theory. The student should be passed in four out of five subjects to be promoted in the next class. 

The board has not shared any information related to the mass promotion but has urged the schools to give grace marks to the students because of the situation of the country. It has also suggested that schools may conduct online compartment exams if a student is not passing. 

Question – What would be the evaluation criteria this year?

Answer – Recently, the evaluation policy was released by CBSE under which the board suggested that the theory related 80 marks would be given in the ratio of 10:30:40, where 10 marks would be for unit tests, 30 for half-yearly exams and 40 for pre-board exams.

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For the fair evaluation, the board has urged the schools to make an 8-member Result Committee, including the principal of the school, subject teachers of Mathematics, Social Science, Science, Hindi and English. 

After framing the result the school would submit the result to the board and later, the result would be declared. 

Question – Is there any second chance for the students who are not satisfied with their results?

Answer – Yes, the unsatisfied students can appear for the special exams, which would be conducted by the board in August.

In the latest development, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the special assessment scheme for Class 10th 2022, according to which the students would be evaluated based on their overall performance as well as two-term examination.

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