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CBSE board laid procedures for 10th marks and declared results on 20 June 2021

The central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday, May 10 activated the link for uploading of marks of class 10 students by the schools.
 
All the schools affiliated to the CBSE board can upload the marks on or before June 11. It should noted approximately every year average 18 Lakhs students appear for 10th exams in India 
 
As per the notification released by CBSE on May 1, the Class 10 results will be announced by June 20 this year.
 
All the schools affiliated to the CBSE board can upload the marks on or before June 11.
 
As per the notification released by CBSE on May 1, the Class 10 results will be announced by June 20 this year.
 
The central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday, May 10 activated the link for uploading of marks of class 10 students by the schools.
 
The link has been made available on the e-Pareeksha 2021 portal. Schools affiliated to the board can now upload the marks of the students. CBSE had earlier this month released the marking scheme for Class 10 students.
 
All the schools affiliated to the CBSE board can upload the marks on or before June 11. As per the notification released by CBSE on May 1, the Class 10 results will be announced by June 20 this year.
 
Each year, students are assessed out of maximum 100 marks for each subject, in which 20 marks are for internal assessment and 80 marks are for year-end examinations.
 
However, as the year-end exam for Class 10 has been cancelled by the board due to pandemic, marks allotted to students out of 80 marks will be calculated this time on the basis of internal examination held by the schools throughout the year.
 
Broadly, the following exams/tests will be used for school-based assessment, and their weightage in terms of maximum marks is given below:
 
Periodic test or unit test: 10 marks
Half-yearly or mid-term exam: 30 marks
Pre boards: 40 marks
 
Sources informed majority of CBSE affiliated schools have already completed internal assessment (for 20 marks) and uploaded their data on CBSE portal.
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