NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday announced the Class 10 result 2021 on its official website.
Of the total 20,97,128 candidates registered, 20,76,997 have qualified for higher education. This year, CBSE 10th result recorded an overall pass percentage of 99.04%. Students can now check their CBSE 10th results 2021 on CBSE Result’s website — cbseresults.nic.in.
CBSE 10th result 2021 can be obtained from the link provided below. Candidates need to enter their roll number, school number, and date of birth to check and download the CBSE 10th result 2021.
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Direct link: CBSE 10th result 2021
Students need their roll number to check and download their CBSE 10th result 2021. Students can find the CBSE 10th roll number from the link provided below. Candidates need to login with their name, date of birth, father’s name, and mother’s name to obtain the CBSE 10th roll number. It should be noted that the date of birth should be entered in DD/MM/YYYY format.
Direct link: CBSE 10th roll number finder
The Board will not release a merit list for the class 10 result. “As per practice of the Board, no merit list will be prepared by the Board for class X 2021 result,” the Board said in a notice. As a special case, the Board will neither declare subject-wise 0.1 merit list of students and nor issue merit certificates to the students, it added.
The Board is yet to release the result of 16,639 candidates as it is under process. CBSE will conduct the exam for 36,841 private and patrachar candidates between August 16 to September 15, the Board said in a notice.
The CBSE 10th exams slated to commence on May 4 were called off due to the aggressive second wave of Covid-19 in the country. However, the class 10 result has been announced based on an objective criterion developed by the Board.
As the exams were cancelled, the assessment of 80 marks was done by the school. The assessment has been done based on the marks scored by the candidate in the different tests/ exams conducted by the school during the year and the marks should be in consonance with the past performance of the school in the class 10 board exams.
Students who are aggrieved with the results would be allowed to appear for an exam to be held by the Board when the situation is conducive. “Any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks allocated will be given an opportunity to appear in the exam to be conducted by CBSE as and when the conditions are conducive to hold the exams,” the Board said.
In response to a petition filed in Delhi High Court, which sought changes in the method of calculation of marks of Class 10 students, the Central Board of Secondary Education had said that its evaluation policy for Class 10 students is prepared by a team of experts and no school will be able to do injustice with the students. “The evaluation policy has been formulated under extraordinary circumstances due to Covid-19 pandemic taking a pragmatic view,” the Board added.
Also, the school management has no role to play in the evaluation of the students. It has been done by the resulting committee having external members as well.
Meanwhile, the Board had announced the class 12 results on July 30.