CBSE class 10 result 2021 declared

CBSE has declared Class 10 Results 2021 at 12 pm today. In view of the pandemic, Class 10 Board Exams this year got cancelled and students were evaluated on the basis of internal assessment

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The wait is over! The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared Class 10 Results 2021 at 12 pm today. In view of the pandemic, the board had cancelled all CBSE Class 10 Board Exams this year and has evaluated students on the basis of internal assessment.

For Class 10 students, the standard 80:20 marking criteria has been followed this year, where 80 per cent weightage is for unit tests and pre-boards while 20 per cent is for practical and project work.

Of the total 21,467 students, 99.04% have passed CBSE Class 10 boards 2021, a jump of over 8 percentage points from last year when 91.46% of students had passed the exams. Out of the 21.5 lakh students, 26,841 enrolled in private mode for whom the result is not out. The results of 16,639 students are under process and will be declared later.

Maintaining the previous trends, girls outshone boys yet again in CBSE class 10 exams this year by a margin of 0.35 per cent. A total of 99.24 per cent of girls cleared the exam. The pass percentage among boys was 98.89%.


Region-wise, Trivandrum topped the list with the highest ever pass percentage of 99.99%, followed by Bengaluru at 99.96%.

While Kendriya Vidyalayas have registered a 100% pass percentage, the biggest jump has been seen in government and government-aided schools, where the pass percentage has increased from 80.91% and 77.82% in 2020, to 96.03% and 95.88% this year.

Students can check their results on the official website – cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.gov.in.

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