About CBSE 10th

CBSE 10th 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the CBSE Class 10th board exams every year. This year, the main examinations will be conducted between May 4 and June 10.  The delay in the conduct of exams is due to the pandemic situation going on. The detailed CBSE 10th date sheet 2021 for theoretical exams will be out in January 2021 and the admit card will be issued 15-20 days before the exams. The CBSE practical examinations 2021 will begin from March 1 and the CBSE 10th Result 2021 will be released by July 10, 2021.

The Board has reduced the CBSE 10th syllabus 2021 by 30 percent due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic. 

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In 2020, CBSE had scheduled to conduct the Class 10th examination from February 15 to March 20. However, due to coronavirus outbreak, some of the papers had to be cancelled. The Board had released the CBSE 10th admit card on the official website in January. Schools downloaded the CBSE admit cards for all the students and distributed it to students. It is important to carry the CBSE class 10th admit card on all exam days, failing which students are not allowed to write the exam. 

The CBSE 10th Result 2020 was declared on July 15 on the official website. Students can check their CBSE 10th Result using Roll no, DOB, school name, the centre no, admit card id, all of which are available on the admit card. The compartment examinations were conducted in September and the result for the same was announced on October 12, 2020. 



 CBSE 10th Result 2021

CBSE will release the CBSE 10th result 2021 by July 15. Students can check their result using admit card number, date of birth, roll number, school number and school centre number in the login window. The online CBSE Class 10th Result 2021 contains student's details and marks secured by them. Students can also check CBSE result 2021 for 10th class via SMS or IVRS.

Last year, the Board has released the class 10th Result on July 15, 2020 on the official website. A total number of 18,89,878 candidates appeared for CBSE Class 10 exams. CBSE 10th result is calculated from a total of 500 marks.  

CBSE 10th Result - Statistics and Highlights of the previous year

  • The overall pass percentage this year was 91.46.
  • Marginal increase in pass percentage since 2019, 91.46 pc students pass class 10 exam: CBSE
  • Total students registered - 1885885
  • Total students appeared - 1873015
  • Total 18,85,885 students had registered for class 10 exams this year out of which 18,73,015 appeared and 17,13,121 students passed.
  • Increase in pass percentage - 0.36 %
  • The pass percentage for girls was 93.31%, for boys was 90.14%, and for ​transgenders was 78.95%
  • Trivandrum region records highest pass percentage of 99.28, Guwahati region records lowest at 79.12
  • Over 1.84 lakh students score above 90 pc, more than 41,000 students score above 95 pc marks
  • Girls outshine boys in class 10 exams, record 3.17 pc higher pass percentage 

What after CBSE 10th?

Students who clear CBSE 10th exams 2021 are eligible to be promoted to Class 11. They will need to choose an academic stream from Science, Commerce, and Arts to be pursued in classes 11th and 12th.  Students must also remember to collect their original marksheet and certificate from their schools. These documents are important and need to be shown during admission to colleges/universities.

CBSE 10th 2021 - Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I check CBSE Result 2021 using Microsoft SMS Organizer?

A: No. Microsoft has discontinued its CBSE Result service using SMS Organizer starting last year. The service was provided until 2019.

Q: When will the CBSE 10th date sheet 2021 be released?

A: The Board is expected to release the CBSE 10th date sheet in January 2021. The examinations will be conducted between May 4 and June 10, 2021.

Q: Will I get my CBSE 10th result only online?

A: The Board will release the provisional CBSE class 10 result by July 10 on the official website. Students will be required to collect the original marksheet from their school. This document has to be secured for future references.

Q: Can a student be detained from appearing in CBSE 10th Board examination?

A: Students cannot be stopped from appearing in the CBSE 10th exams except in the case of a shortage of attendance. 

Q: Are you sure that CBSE class 10th result 2021 will be out by July?

A: The result of CBSE 10th was released on July 15 last year. This year, with the delay in the beginning of the academic session. the result is again expected to be out in July. 

Q: Has CBSE fixed any age criteria to appear in the class 10 board examination?

A: No, the Board has not fixed any minimum/maximum age to appear for the CBSE Class 10th examination. However; at the time of admission, the student should satisfy the requirements of age limits (minimum & maximum) as determined by the State/UT Government and applicable to the place where the school is located. 

Q: Is there any minimum attendance required to appear for the board exams?

A: Yes, a minimum of 75 per cent attendance is required to be eligible to appear for the CBSE class 10 examination.
Candidates taking up subjects that involve practical examination are also required to have put in at least 75 per cent of the total attendance for practical work in the subject in the laboratory. Those students participating in Sports at National level organized by recognized Federations/CBSE/School Games Federation of India (SGFI), the required percentage of attendance is 60 per cent.

Q: Does Summative Assessment II include the syllabus for the whole year?

A: No, the syllabus for Summative Assessment II includes only those topics which are taught during term II (October - March). 

Q: How can I get admission in CBSE class 10th class?

A: To get admitted to CBSE class 10, you must have passed class 9 from any recognised education board.

Q: How many candidates have appeared for the CBSE 10th exam?

A: Approximately 18,89,878 candidates registered to appear for the CBSE Class 10 exam in 2020. Out of this, 7,88,195 were girls, 11,01,664 were boys and 19 were transgender candidates.

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