CBSE makes big decision on 10th class result: Every student must know
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam Result 2021 Latest News: CBSE class 10 result will NOT be declared in June. as the board has extended marks submission deadline in the wake of coronavirus situation in the country.
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam Result 2021: In the wake of the coronavirus situation, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has taken a big decision that can affect lakh of students who were eagerly waiting for their CBSE class 10 board results 2021. Notably, the board has decided to extend the deadline for schools to submit the internal assessment marks by approximately 20 days.
Earlier, the board had asked schools to submit these internal assessment marks by June 11 and June 5 was the last date to submit marks (out of 80), formulae sugggested by the CBSE to assess students this year. But now the board has extended the date in the wake of the second wave of coronavirus.
As per the latest notification, schools can submit these marks by June 30. “CBSE accords the highest priority to safety and health of the teachers. Keeping in view the situation of the pandemic, lockdown in states, schools have been given extensions in their marks submission deadlines till June 30.
However the result committee can make its own schedule based on the scheme provided by CBSE”, said the Board in an official statement.
Consequently, the class 10 result which was expected to be released in the third week of June stands deferred. Now students can expect their CBSE Class 10 results in the first week of July, said sources.
“Logical to extend the deadline and not risk stakeholders’ lives”
Speaking to Indian Express, Sanyam Bhardwaj, controller of examination, CBSE said, “Delhi government had written to the CBSE to extend the deadline to submit marks and we had provided them with the required flexibility. But, we are noticing constant disturbance across the country due to COVID-19 and it is only logical to extend the deadline and not risk stakeholders’ lives.”
“Since we have already released guidelines for class 11 admissions, schools are free to start online classes for the students. There will be a slight delay in declaring the class 10 results, but it is not going to impact the students’ academic cycle,” he stated further.
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam Result 2021: Assessment Plan
Generally, the CBSE gives 80 marks for written exams and 20 marks for internal assessment/practicals. But since the theory papers are scrapped this year, CBSE has decided to give 80 marks to students on the basis of the various internal assessments taken during the academic session.
How schools can upload CBSE Class 10 marks
- Visit the CBSE portal – https://www.cbse.gov.in/newsite/reg2020.html
- Click on the link that reads “Policy for Tabulation of Marks Class X Board exam 2021”
- Next, click on the link to upload “Theory Data for Class X”
- Log in with the required credentials
- Upload the Class 10 marks and submit.