CBSE Class 10th result by June 20; criterion for marks distribution released

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) on Saturday released the marks distribution formula for Class 10 students who are promoted for class 11th without holding final board examination due to Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the release issued by the CBSE, the students will be assessed out of maximum 100 marks for each subject. The internal Assessment for 20 marks will be as per the existing policy while the CBSE came up with an innovative idea for distribution of remaining 80 marks in each subject.

CBSE Class X Result 2021: Schedule

S. No. Activity Last Date
1 Formation of Result Committee by school May 5, 2021
2 Provision of subject wise, school wise
distribution of marks as per previous Board
exams by CBSE
May 5, 2021
3 Finalization of Rationale Document May 10, 2021
4 Conduct of assessment, if any May 15, 2021
5 Finalization of result by schools May 25, 2021
6 Checking & moderation of marks by schools May 28, 2021
7 Submission of Marks to CBSE June 5, 2021
8 Submission of internal assessment marks June 11, 2021
9 Declaration of result by CBSE June 20, 2021


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Due to the cancellation of the Board examinations, the assessment of 80 marks will be done by the school
– based on the marks scored by the candidate in the different tests/exams conducted by the school during the year, and

– the marks should be in consonance with the past performance of the school in Class X Board examinations.

The CBSE will consider the following exams for awarding the marks to candidate

Category of Tests/Exams Maximum Marks
Periodic Test/ Unit Test 10 Marks
Half Yearly/ Mid-term Examinations 30 Marks
Pre-Board Examinations 40 Marks
Internal assessment 20 Marks
Total 100 Marks

In case schools have conducted more than one test/exam within each category, the result committee may fix the weightage to be given to each test/exam within the category subject to the overall maximum marks for that category.

For example, if a school has conducted two or three pre-board exams it may decide to take an average of the three exams, take the best performance in the three tests or give a weightage to each exam as considered suitable.

Read official notice here

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