CBSE 10th result 2020: 10th result to be released tomorrow, HRD minister tweeted latest update

CBSE 10th result 2020 10th result to be released tomorrow, HRD minister tweeted latest update
CBSE 10th result 2020 10th result to be released tomorrow, HRD minister tweeted latest update

CBSE 10th Result 2020: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 10th class results will be released on July 15. Union Human Resource Development Minister (HRD Minister) Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank gave this information by tweeting. He also spoke Best of Luck to the students on this occasion. After the CBSE 12th result was released on Monday, now the students of the 10th are also waiting for the result. CBSE 10th result will be released on the official website of the board With this, students will be able to get their mark sheet from their school and Digilocker as well.

Delhi students’ papers were canceled –
tell you that CBSE 10th and 12th examinations started from 15 February 2020. The last paper of the 10th was on 18 March. In some areas of Delhi, there was a riot before the Coronavirus, due to which the examinations of CBSE East Delhi examination centers were postponed. Examinations in these areas of Delhi were to be conducted earlier but following the Supreme Court’s directive, CBSE decided to cancel the 10th and 12th examinations in view of the coronavirus crisis.

In such a situation, the result of CBSE 10th students of Delhi will be released on the basis of internal assessment, project work, and assignment work. CBSE had told the Supreme Court that students who are not satisfied with the assessment marks of CBSE 12th will be given an opportunity to sit in the examination later while the result of this assessment released by the students of 10th will be the final result.

Even if you get 15 marks from the board exam, you will pass-

The changes in the examination pattern of CBSE have been made in recent years and it has been made very easy. As per the 2020 CBSE exam pattern, 80 percent marks are scheduled for theory exam and 20 percent marks for internal assessment. In order to pass the examination, students must combine both the examination and internal marks and bring a 33% passing mark. In such a situation, if any student falls less than 33% in the theory examination, then he will be considered a pass by adding the marks of internal assessment. That is, even if you get only 15 marks in a board examination in a subject, the student will pass with marks of internal assessment.

Such marks will be available
for marks of internal assessment – 20 marks for each subject in the CBSE 10th examination are prescribed for internal assessment. In which 10 marks are prescribed for Periodic Test (PT), 05 marks for submission of notebooks, and 05 marks for Subject Enrichment Activity.