Central Board of Secondary Examination, CBSE 10th Result 2021 has been declared. Class 10th result is now available on the official websites of the board. 99.04% students have passed the examination this year. 57, 824 students have obtained more than 95% marks.Students who registered for the examination can check on CBSE portals, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.gov.in.
Class 10th result can also be accessed through SMS service and IVRS. CBSE 10th Result is now available on UMANG app. This year, the pass percentage of girls is recorded at 99.24%, whereas for boys the pass percentage is 98.89%. 2,00,962 have obtained between 90% to 95% marks in Class 10th.
Students will need their roll number to check results. The simple steps to download CLass 10th Result are listed below. The direct link to download Class 10th Result 2021 is also provided below.
CBSE 10th Result 2021: How to Check
- Go to the official website, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.gov.in
- Check the results section. Click on the link which reads ‘CBSE Class 10th result 2021‘, Alternatively, click on Class 10th Result 2021
- The link will redirect to a new page. Enter roll number and other details.
- Click on summit button. CBSE 10th Result 2021 will appear on your screen
- Download and print a copy of it for further reference
Students must preserve a copy of the result for use in future. A total of 21,50,608 students registered for CBSE 10th Exam 2021. Check the video available here to know how to check result on Digilocker.
This year, the board examination was cancelled in view of the rising COVID 19 cases in country. Students are assessed as per the alternative evaluation criteria set by the board. Class 10th Result is based on the performance of students in unit tests, half-yearly examination and pre-board exams conducted by the schools.
Students who are not satisfied with the result will have the option to appear in physical exams which will be conducted by the board when the situation is conducive. For more details, check the official website of the board. Students must visit the board website frequently for latest updates.