CBSE has released Class 10 Offline Compartment Exam Results 2021 on September 30, 2021. Class 10 Compartment Exam was conducted from August 25 to September 8, 2021. Exams were conducted for Class 10 Private students, Patrachar Exams and Compartment exams. Students can check their results on the official board website, cbse.gov.in or cbseresults.nic.in.
- CBSE has released a Special Assessment Scheme for the Academic Year 2021-22.
- The CBSE Class 10 Board Exams 2022 will be conducted over two terms (November/December and March April) in different formats.
- CBSE Class 10 Syllabus has been reduced by 30% and divided in half for both terms.
- CBSE is aiming to issue guidelines to make internal assessments, practicals and project work more credible and valid to ensure fair distribution of marks.
- September 6, 2021: Delhi schools will implement CBSE Two Term Assessment Scheme for Class 9 to 12.
- September 1, 2021: CBSE releases Class 10 Sample Papers 2021-22 for Term I Examinations. Read More
- August 24, 2021: CBSE Compartment Exam 2021 for Class 10 students to be conducted from August 25 to September 8, 2021. Read More.
- August 10, 2021: CBSE to release offline datesheet for Class 10 Board Exams 2021 today. Read More.
- August 9, 2021: CBSE has uploaded Dispute Redressal Policy on the official board website for Class 10 students. Read More.
CBSE Class 10 Board 2021 Highlights
CBSE Class 10 Board 2021: Important Dates
|CBSE Class 10 Application Form Release||To Be Announced|
|CBSE Class 10 Exam||Cancelled|
|Formation of Result Committee by Schools||May 5, 2021|
|Date of Submission of Marks by Schools||June 30, 2021|
|CBSE Class 10 Result||August 2021 (Declared)|
CBSE Class 10th Exam 2021: Latest News
CBSE releases Class 10 Sample Papers ahead of Term I Board Exams 2021-22. The Term I Board Exams which are to be conducted in November-December 2021 will be Objective in nature. As such, the Sample Papers will be of MCQ style. The Syllabus will be reduced and 50% syllabus will be covered in the first term. Students can download the Sample Papers from the official website; cbse.gov.in.
CBSE has released Date Sheet for Board Exams 2021 for Class 10 and 12. CBSE Improvement, Compartment and Exams for Private Candidates will be conducted from August 25, 2021. Class 10 Exams will be conducted in Offline Mode with full Covid-19 Safety Protocols. Students can collect their Admit Cards from their respective schools. CBSE has released the Revised Date Sheet for Class 12 Exams on the official website.
CBSE has uploaded Dispute Redressal Policy for Classes 10 to 12. CBSE has asked for Dispute Redressal Committee to be formed for those students who are not satisfied with their marks in CBSE Board Exams 2021. Students are required to apply for Dispute Redressal between August 9 to August 14, 2021. Class 12 disputes will be cleared first followed by Class 10. Read More.
CBSE asked to released Result details for Class 10 students. The Supreme Court on August 6, 2021 asked CBSE afiliated schools to upload detailed results prepared by the Results Committee. This decision has been made to allow students to decide if they want to appear for Improvement Exams which are to be held between August 15 and and September 15 2021. Reports have come from several students claiming that their Final scores do not tally with the scores achieved during Unternal Assessments.
CBSE Class 10 Board 2021: Result
CBSE Class 10 Boards Results 2021 has been declared on August 3, 2021 at 12 Noon. Class 10 Results have been released for over 20 lakh candidates for the academic year 2021. CBSE 10th Results 2021 is available to download on the official Board websires; cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. Pass percentage for CBSE Class 10 2021 has been capped at 99.04%, an all-time high.
CBSE Class 10 Results 2021 have been prepared on the basis of an Evaluation Critera prepared by CBSE. ACcording to the Assessment Scheme, students will be awarded marks in a 10:30:40 ratio; 10 marks for periodic tests, 30 marks from mid-term exams and 40 marks from the pre-board exams.
How to Check CBSE Class 10 Results 2021
- Visit the official result website of CBSE at cbseresults.nic.in.
- Find and click on the link CBSE Class 10 result 2021.
- Enter the required details which are available on the admit card.
- Now click on the ‘submit’ button.
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- Click on the download button to save the result.
CBSE Class 10 Boards 2021: Assessment Criteria
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has proposed a special evaluation scheme for the academic year 2021-22. From the upcoming session, the Board will conduct CBSE Class 10 and 12 Board Exams in two terma with 50% syllabus in each term. The decision was met met with mixed reactions from students.
CBSE Class 10 Syllabus 2021-22 Reduced
Like the previous year, the board will rationalize the Class 10 CBSE Board Exam Syllabus for the academic year 2021-22. Schools will also use alternative academic calendars and inputs from NCERT on transacting the curriculum. Students can visit the official website, cbseacademic.nic.in to check the latest syllabus.
This year, the board is also aiming to make Internal Assessment/ Practical/ Project work more credible and valid for ensuring the fair distribution of marks.
CBSE Class 10 Term I Examinations Details
Term I board exams will be held at the end of first term (November-December 2021) within a period of 4-8 weeks.
The question paper will contain Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) including case-based MCQs and MCQs on assertion-reasoning type.
The duration of the CBSE 10th and CBSE 12th exam will be 90 minutes.
Students will have to mark their answers on the OMR sheet provided.
Marks of Term I exams will be added to the overall marks of the student.
CBSE Class 10 Term II Examinations Details
Term II board exams will be conducted around March-April 2022 at the end of second term.
The duration will be of 2 hours and the paper will have case-based/ situation based, open ended- short answer/ long answer type questions.
In case the situation is not conducive for normal descriptive examination, the board may conduct a 90 minute MCQ based exam also.
CBSE Class 10 Registration 2021
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam Regustration is closed for the academic year 2021. CBSE Class 10 Registration 2022 is expected to begin from October, 2021. Students are expected to fill the form with due diligence when it will be released. The details in the CBSE Class 10 Registration form should be the same as provided in the initial registration that was submitted in class 9th. The same details will be mentioned in the admit card that will be released around January 2022. CBSE Class 10 Board Exams were earlier scheduled to be conducted in May 2021. They have since then, been cancelled and CBSE Class 10 Board Result is expected to be released in the month of July 2021. Click Here To Know More
CBSE Class 10 Registration 2021 for Private Candidates
Before starting to fill the form, students must check the eligibility criteria, documents required for filling up the application form, and fees payment method.
CBSE Class 10 Private Candidate Eligibility 2022
Students can fill the private candidate application form if they belong to any one of the following categories:
- Candidates who were declared Essential Repeat in the previous year.
- Candidates who were placed in Compartment in Main–2020 examinations.
- Candidates who were placed in Compartment in September 2020.
- Candidates who were declared Fail in the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019.
- Pass out candidates of 2020 who wish to appear for improving their performance in one or more subjects.
- Pass out candidates of 2015 or after who wish to appear in an Additional subject.
- Women candidate who is a bonafide resident of the National Capital Territory of Delhi and has attained the age for appearing in Class X.
- Physically Handicapped candidates who are a bonafide resident of the National Capital Territory of Delhi and has attained the age for appearing in Class X on producing reasonable evidence of having difficulty to attend normal institutions.
How to Fill CBSE Class 10 Online Application for Private Candidate
Here we have provided a step-by-step procedure for filling up the online CBSE Private Candidate application form 2021.
Step 1: Visit the official site of the CBSE board.
Step 2: Click on the link that says “Submission of Examination Forms by Online Private Candidates for Examinations – 2021” or visits the link (https://cbseit.in/cbse/web/pvtform/).
Step 3: Click on the relevant section and fill the application form.
Step 4: Upload a recent colored photo of high quality.
Step 5: Pay application fees through digital mode.
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2022: Latest Changes
- Promotion guidelines of CBSE class 10 2021-22: CBSE has declared a set of guidelines for promotion to Class 11 that the schools need to follow. The guidelines are as follows:
- CBSE has asked the schools to refrain from streaming and let the students decide which all subjects to study based on their choice irrespective of Arts, Science, Commerce.
- Students can continue with Mathematics in class 11 as long as they had the subject in class 10 as well.
- Students are permitted to continue with class 11 even if they fail in class 10 board examinations.
- Students failing to qualify in the class 10 board exam will have to sit for a compartment exam and it will have an objective paper.
- Schools will be conducting the compartment exam, hence the decision lies on the school to decide whether it will be in the online/offline mode based on the situation.
- Exam Assessment Procedure for 2021: CBSE has canceled the Class 10 Board exams but the assessment for promotion of the students will be done on the basis of the prescribed guidelines mandated by the board. 30% will be Competency-Based questions which include MCQs, Case-Based questions, Source-Based Integrated questions, etc. 20% will be allotted for Objective type questions and the remaining 50% for short or longs questions depending on the set guidelines.
- Increase in internal choices in the question paper: The number of questions has been increased in the CBSE question paper. There will be 33% of internal choice in all the sections of the question paper for all subjects. Now the students will have more options on which question to answer, to choose from.
- Introduction of Objective Type Questions: CBSE officials have now introduced Objective Type Questions in all the subjects in CBSE class 10th examinations. Now there will be 25% MCQs in each question paper for each subject, which means that out of the 80 marks assigned to the theory paper of a subject, 20 marks will be assigned to Objective Type Questions. Subjective questions will carry the remaining 60 marks. There will be a total of 6 types of Objective Type Questions:
- Multiple Response
- Multiple Choice
- Fill in the blanks
- Right and Wrong
- Change of pattern for internal assessment: Internal Assessment will be of 20 marks. The distribution of marks will be under the new pattern for the internal assessment. The marks distribution has been mentioned below:
Type of Assessment
Distribution of Marks
Subject Enrichment Activities
- Periodic Test: 3 periodic tests will be conducted for each subject in the Class 10th examination. The average marks secured in 2 tests, based on best performance, will be taken for final submission from these three tests. This part will be carrying five marks in the annual exam for internal assessment.
- Multiple Assessments: The school will carry out this part under the internal assessment. Multiple assessments will be included in various types of tests such as Individual/Group assessment, Oral test, Activities, Graphics, projects, Maps, Assignments, etc. CBSE has given authority to the school officials to conduct these assessments. This part will carry five marks.
- Portfolio: The Portfolio of a student refers to the work done by that student. It also includes the progress, growth, accomplishments and achievements, efforts, etc. of a student. This part carries 5 marks. The portfolio of a student consists of the following elements:
- Design of work – Creativity, Neatness, Visual appeal
- Completion of guided work on specific curricular objectives
- Formation of all relevant work
- Subject Enrichment Activities: This part has been added to evaluate the assessment of project works, practical, and language skills of a student. It will carry five marks. Subject Enrichment Activities differ for different subjects.
CBSE Class 10 Board 2022: Compulsory and Elective Subjects
|List of Subjects|
|English Comm. English Lang & Literature|
|Hindi Course-A Hindi Course-B|
|Science Theory Science Practical|
|Mathematics Standard Mathematics Basic|
|Information & Communication Technology Computer Applications|
CBSE Class 10 Board 2022 Language Papers
|76||National Cadet Corps|
|354||E-Publishing And E Office|
|412||Marketing & Sales|
|3||Urdu Course A|
|89||Telugu – Telangana|
|303||Urdu Course B|
|184||English Lng & Lit|
|Friday||28th February 2020 |
(10:30 AM – 12:30 PM)
|254||Elem Book – K & Accy|
|2||Hindi Course A|
|85||Hindi Course B|
|31||Carnatic Music Vocal|
|32||Carnatic Music (Mel, Ins)|
|33||Carnatic Music (Percussion)|
|34||Hindustani Music (Vocal)|
|35||Hindustani Music (Mel Instrument)|
|86||Science – Theory|
|90||Science W/O Practical|
|154||Elem. Of Business|
|166||Information & Communication Technology|
CBSE Class 10 Subject Wise Weightage
|Chemical Substances - Nature & Behaviour||25|
|World of Living||23|
|Effects of Current||13|
|India and the Contemporary World - II||20|
|Contemporary India - II||20|
|Democratic Politics - II||20|
|Understanding Economic Development||20|
|Statistics & Probability||11|
|B||Writing Skills with Grammar||30|
|C||Literature Textbooks and Extended Reading Text||30|
CBSE Class 10 District Wise Percentage 2021
CBSE Class 10 Revaluation/Rechecking 2021
CBSE will declare class 10 result 2021 tentatively in the month of July 2021. After the declaration of results, those candidates who are not satisfied with their marks can apply for revaluation or recheck of the answer sheet. In this process, the marks will be calculated again. The marks may increase or decrease during the process and no changes for decreased marks will be entertained under any circumstances. The application for revaluation shall be made on the official website. Students will have to submit the prescribed fee to complete the application process.
CBSE Class 10 Improvement Exams 2021
CBSE Class X Improvement examinations will be held for students who didn’t score as per expectation and want to improve their score. Students can fill the application form for the same in the month of October and November. The following are tentative dates for various exam activities. Students can go through the CBSE Class 10 Sample Papers for more practice to score higher in the improvement exams. Criteria to Apply For Improvement Exams:
- Improvement exam 2021 can be taken by candidates who passed the 2019 or 2021 CBSE Board exam
- More than one subject can be chosen by candidates for improvement.
- The application fee will depend on the number of subjects chosen.
- The best performance in the board exam or improvement exam will be taken into consideration while preparing the final scorecard.
Students are advised to go through the eligibility criteria as per CBSE before applying for the improvement exam. If the candidate does not meet the eligibility criteria, his/her exam form will be canceled.
- Candidates who have passed the previous Board Exam they had appeared for; are eligible to give this exam.
- Candidates who are willing to change their previous marks are allowed to give the improvement exam.
- One must have studied from CBSE Board in Class XI and XII.
- Candidates with a compartment in any subject are not eligible.
- One can write an improvement exam for the subjects they previously appeared for only.
- Improvement exams can be given for subjects out of the five main subjects only.
|Fee Slab||Outside India||Delhi Scheme||All India Scheme|
|Without late fee||INR 900 for 5 subjects||INR 900 for 5 subjects||INR 5000 for 5 subjects|
|INR 180 per extra subject||INR 180 per extra subject||INR 1000 per extra subject|
|INR 200 per subject for additional/improvement||INR 200 per subject for additional/improvement||INR 1000 per subject for additional/improvement|
|Practical Fee||INR 80 for each project work/practical subject||INR 80 for each project work/practical subject||INR 200 for each project work/practical subject|
|With late fee (slab-I)||Last date with late fee of INR 500|
|With late fee (slab-II)||Last date with late fee of INR 1000|
|With late fee (slab-III)||Last date with late fee of INR 2000|
|With late fee (slab-IV)||Last date with late fee of INR 5000|
CBSE Board Class 10 Improvement Result
CBSE Board will declare the result of the improvement exam in the month of August. The best score in every subject from the Improvement and Board Exam will be considered while preparing the final scorecard. CBSE Class X (2020) Result in Trends CBSE class X results was declared in May. Students can check their results at the official website of CBSE cbseresults.nic.in Around 17,61,078 students appeared in the 2020 improvement exam out of which 16,04,428 students passed the exam leading to an overall pass percentage of 91.10% this year. The pass percentage for boys is 90.14%, while for girls is 92.45% .94.74% transgender students passed the examination.
CBSE Class 10 Compartment Exams 2021
CBSE Class 10 Compartment Exams 2021 will be conducted from August 25 to September 8, 2021. Compartment Exams will be conducted for Regular Students who could not pass Class 10 Board Exams in one two papers. As the results were prepared on the basis of internal assessments, students were graded on the basis of their performance in previous year examinations. Every year CBSE conducts compartment exams for the students who failed their class X board exams on the first attempt.
The important guidelines regarding the compartment exam is as follows:
- The Board’s policy of grace marks will be applied to those students who do not meet the qualifying criteria.
- If a student still does not pass, he will be placed in the ‘Essential Repeat’ or ‘Compartment Category.’
- Exams for such students will be conducted internally by the school.
- A candidate can apply for only one or two-compartment exams.
- Students placed in the EIOP(Eligible for Improvement of Performance) category and who have appeared for the exam are eligible to give a compartment exam.
- Students falling under the EIOP category can give this exam only once. No further attempts can be made.
- Read to know more about CBSE Class 10 Compartment Exams 2021.
CBSE Compartment Exam 2021: Fee Structure
|Date||Delhi Scheme||All India Scheme||Foreign School Candidate|
|Till 22nd May 2021 (without late fee)||INR 200||INR 300 per subject +55(Postal Charges for candidates except for Delhi Region)||INR 2000 per subject + 200 Postal Charges|
|Late fee slab I (23rd May-29th May)||INR 1000|
|Late fee slab II (30th-5th June 2021)||INR 5000|
CBSE Class 10 Sample Papers 2021 – Term I
CBSE released Sample Questions for Class 10 students on September 2, 2021. This year, CBSE Class 10 Board Exams will be conducted across two terms. Term I will be MCQ style and expected to be held in November-December 2021. Sample Papers have been released for Term I follwing the prescribed Exam pattern. Students cand download the Sample Papers her:
CBSE Exam Day Guidelines
- It is compulsory to wear school uniforms and carry school id’s on the day of the exam.
- CBSE Class Xth Admit card, signed by parents; must be carried by every student to the exam hall.
- All instructions on the admit card must be read thoroughly and followed on.
- Any cheating material or mobile phones, calculators and smartwatches, etc. must not be carried to the exam hall by the candidate.
- Be seated in the examination hall latest by 10 am. No student will be allowed to enter after that.
- Students will be provided a question paper by 10:15. These 15 min. are given to students to go through every question and plan accordingly.
- No candidate will be given extra time otherwise stated by CBSE.
- Be vigilant while filling in the details of the answer sheet and double-check them before submitting.
- Ensure that your answer sheet is verified and signed by the concerned examiner.
- Practical examination will be held at theory examination centers for Private candidates (female and Patrachar Vidyalaya candidates appearing the first time)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Ques. When will the CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2021 be conducted?
Ans: CBSE Class 10 Board Exams 2021 have been cancelled due to the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ques. How many subjects are there in class 10?
Ans: There are four compulsory subjects including English in class 10 and one elective paper. It is mandatory to pass in all five papers.
Ques. Is the syllabus reduced by 50%?
Ans: As of now the board has ordered a reduction of 30% syllabus. The CBSE Class 10 Board Exams will be conducted in two terms with 50% of the syllabus covered in each term.
Ques. Will there be any change in the marking scheme after the revision of syllabus?
Ans: There shall be no change in the marking scheme of any subject after the revision of syllabus.
Ques. Can I take both Sanskrit and Hindi language in Class 10?
Ans: As there are only five subjects available in which four are compulsory, students can take only one subject between Hindi and Sanskrit.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.