CBSE Latest News for Class 10 2021-2022 (Live)


CBSE Latest News for Class 10 – Schools will be showing CBSE class 10th result 2021-2022 on Monday, ie 14 March 2022, This is applicable for most of the schools as they have started to send sms to parents and students regarding the same. One of the schools send this message to the students – “Dear Parents, As you are aware Term-1 result for Grade X has been released by CBSE this morning. The same would be distributed in the form of hardcopy on Monday, March 14, 2022. Parents are therefore requested to come to school to collect the result of their ward. Time slots given must be strictly adhere to…” The copy of this message is attached below.

Similarly, other schools are also sending out notice to the students and the parents. The students should note that they can only check their CBSE class 10th result 2021 by visiting the schools at the given time slot. The slots have been allocated roll number wise, as shown in the image above.

CBSE announced class 10th 2021-2022 result today, on 12 March 2022. The result was directly sent to the affiliated schools. CBSE has only sent the theory marks of the candidates. Practical and internal marks are already with the schools. The schools will show marks for theory, as well, practical to the students. Scroll down to know more latest updated on CBSE Class 10th result 2021-2022.

CBSE Latest News for Class 10

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CBSE News Latest Update 3 – While going to check the marksheet, candidates must carry their admit card for class 10th.

CBSE News Latest Update 2 – Schools will show marksheet to the students. Schools will show it on Monday, March 14, 2022.

CBSE News Latest Update 1 – CBSE has only announced the result for the class 10th for now and have just send the result to the schools.

How to Check CBSE Term 1 10th Result 2022

CBSE has released the term 1 result for class 10th. However, this time, they did not update a link to check the result online. Instead, they have sent the result to schools directly. In order to find out their result, students can do the following things:

  • Contacting the school via phone or email to get the result.
  • Going to the school to get the hard copy of the result.
  • Speaking with the school authorities to know if they will send the result to students on their email ids or phone numbers.

CBSE 10th Result Passing Marks Out of 80

CBSE has conducted the class 10th exams in two terms this year. The term 1 was conducted in December. The result for this has been announced in March. This was done due to COVID. Now students may be wondering if there is any relaxation in the minimum marks required for passing. So, the answer to this question is here. The minimum marks required to pass is 33%. So, out of 80, the minimum marks needed to pass is 26.4. This is the criteria for every subject in the class 10th curriculum. Even for internal assessments and practical exams, the minimum marks is 33%. So, if the practical exam was conducted for 20 marks, the minimum marks to pass the practical exam is 6.6. For a better understanding of this, students can refer to the table below.

Total marks in the exam Pass percentage Pass marks Determining pass or fail
80 33% 26.4
20 33% 6.6

FAQs on CBSE Latest News for Class 10

Q. Is there an official link to check my class 10th result online?

A CBSE has not released any official link to check the result yet. If they update the link, students will find it here.

Q. Where can I check my class 10th result for 2021-22?

A Students can check their results by contacting their schools.

Q. What is the latest update for class 10th term 1 result?

As per the latest update, CBSE has sent the term 1 results for class 10th to the schools directly. Schools will further communicate this result to the students and parents.

Q. When was the CBSE class 10th term 1 result announced?

The result was announced on March 12, 2022 early morning. CBSE had also tweeted about the release from their official twitter account.

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