Class 10th Results : CBSE Declares Class 10th Results

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The Central Board of Education (CBSE) declared class X results this afternoon. Over 91% of students out of the 18,73,015 who appeared for the exams have passed.

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Initially, CBSE exams scheduled in the months of February and March. But got disrupted due to the pandemic. Meanwhile, CBSE also postponed exams across 86 centers located in Northeast and East Delhi due to communal violence.

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Consequently, CBSE decided to cancel the pending exams and announced that the evaluation for these subjects will be done on the basis of the already-conducted exams. CBSE declared Class X results after declaring Class XII results on Monday.

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Students can check their results on the official website of CBSE. In addition, students will be able to check through IVRS telephone numbers and mobile applications with the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. They need to SMS CBSE10<SPACE><RollNo><SPACE><Admin Card ID> to 7738299899 in order to view their results.

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This year, Class XII students need not visit their schools or zonal office to collect their results; however, the students will get a digital mark sheet this year that can be downloaded from the DigiLocker app. Likewise, Class X students will receive their mark sheets via DigiLocker.

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Himanshi Dhawan
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