CBSE Class10th Result Date : The CBSE Board 2018 exams for class 10 had got held on 5 March 2018 and had continued till 4 April 2018. The exam has been conducted at 4,453 centres across India with 17,574 schools and 78 centers abroad. Total number of students registered for the board examination are 16,42,938 in which 6,71,103 are girls, 9,67,325 boys and 4,510 differently abled students.
The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE is likely to declare the CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 and CBSE Class 12 Result 2018 on its official website cbse.nic.in.
CBSE 10th Result 2018 – Date of Declaration
As per as the news the result would be declared at the end of the month of May. The result would be officially available on board’s website. Soon after the official declaration of the results by using the easy-visual navigation on the page reach the check result here link. After that, you will see the login page where you need to enter the roll number and date of birth. Click on the submit button your result will be there. You an take printout of Board Class 10th Mark sheet. The result of Class 10th CBSE Board will be available on cbse.nic.in. you can also enroll for your result by using your mobile number, you will get the result by SMS when you subscribed for SMS.
Last Year Result of class 10 students
Last year the result for class 10 has been delayed to June 2. A total of 19,85,397 students have appeared for the exam. Approximately 7,81,463 students had appeared in CBSE’s school-based examination and 8,86,506 students took the board-based exam. A total of students from class 10th has scored more than 95% of above and around 63,200 have scored an average of more than 90% marks.
Relief for class 10 students
A relief for class 10 students
There is a good news for the current batch who have appeared for the board examination. The good news is that the the board has decided to grant a one-time relaxation in passing marks. According to the news, the passing mark criteria has been kept at overall 33 per cent. There will be no need for students to secure 33 per cent separately in board exams and internal assessments.