CBSE stipulates that schools must stay on schedule and conduct scheduled moderation,as the board must announce the results by July 31
The Secondary School Council (CBSE) has informed the Supreme Court that it will release Class 10 results for 2021 on July 15, but it appears that students will have to wait a little longer toget their grades.Due to the pandemic, the CBSE has canceled class 10 and 12 exams for this year. In the absence of a grade 10 test, the commission evaluates students on an 80-pointscale based on an internal evaluation strategy. Students generally receive a grade out of 100. Of these, 80 are for the written exam and 20 for the internal assessment / practice. However, if the student is not satisfied with the assessment,they can take the test when the situation (COVID19) is normal.
The super intendent said the board will not be releasing grades this week as some schools have not yet submitted scores for all students. Bharadwaj portal said: “We do not know theresults this week. Today we will publish a circulation for schools that have not submitted their votes to the council.Guidance for these schools will be published in the coming weeks in a notice of mine.”
When asked about the date of grade 12 results, Bharadwaj said the results will be announcedon July 31st, but this week will never be announced.”The12th Class Council’s decision to cancel the exam has been delayedfor some time. The school is not yet in the process of grade evaluation,” he said.
Earlier last month, the Central Council for Secondary Education (CBSE) notified the Supreme Court that 12 first graderswould be announced by 31 July 2021. The higher jurisdictionis informed that the final result of Class 12 will be determinedbased on the performance of Class 10 (weight 30%), Class 11 (weight 30)%), and Class 12 (weight 40%).
- However, after reporting, students can check their scores at cbse.gov.in or cbseresults.nic.in. Students are encouraged to follow the official council website for all the latest updates. Steps to check the results for classes 10 and 12 CBSE
- Visit the official CBSE website cbse.gov.in.
- Click the Results tab.
- You will be redirected to the new page, CBSE exam results. For
- Class X results, click “For secondary level exam results, click for secondary level exams for Class X II results” (when the link becomes active).
- Click the Send option.
- The result is displayed on the screen.
- Download and print for later reference.
Last year, the CBSE 10th class exam was held from February 15 to March 20, and the CBSE2020 class 12 exam was scheduled from February 15 to March 30. Some tests have been postponed. due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus was finally stopped. Board announced the 10th CBSE Result 2020 on 15th July and 12th CBSE Result at 12: 0pm on 13th July. Students can view CBSE 2020 results for 10th and 12th grade. on the CBSE official website. Students can use the school’s registration number, date of birth, admission card number and center number to view CBSE results.