CBSE 10th Result 2021 Out with 99.04 Pass Percentage

Finally the wait is over as the CBSE Class 10 Result 2021 has released on 03rd August 2021 (12 PM) on the official website and The students can download their marksheet from the direct link below. A total of 18,85,885 students have registered for Class 10th Board in CBSE out of which 18,73,015 have appeared. Among the 21.5 lakh students, as many as 26841 enrolled in private mode for whom the result is not announced and the result of 16,639 students is under process and will be released soon.

Besides, the official website, the students can check their result at mobile apps including UMANG app, digilocker App, IVRS. The CBSE 10th has recorded for highest overall pass percentage this year with 99.04%. In CBSE class 10 results 2021, girls have outperformed boys by 0.35%. As many as 99.24% of girls who registered for the exam have passed while the pass percentage of boys is at 98.89%.

CBSE 10th Result 2021: Overview

Central Board of Seconday Education has finally declared the 10th Board Result on 03rd August 2021, the summary of CBSE 10th Board Result 2021 has been provided in the below table.

Organization Name Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Academic Session 2020-21
Class High School (10th Class)
CBSE Clss 10th Exam Date Not Conducted
CBSE 10th Result Date 03rd August 2021
Result Time 12:00 pm
Result Status Released
Official Website
Total Students Registered 1885885
Total Students Appeared 1873015
Total Passed Percentage 99.04%
Girls Passed 99.24%
Boys Passed 98.89%

CBSE Class 10th Result Link

CBSE 10th Result 2021 has released by CBSE on 03rd August 2021 [12 PM] at the official website of CBSE i.e. The direct link to check CBSE Class 10th Result 2021 has been provided below. Click on the direct link below to check the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) High School Result 2021.

CBSE Board Class 10th Result 2021 Link-1

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Students who are not satisfied with their calculated result can enroll for the special exams for which the dates will be announced soon.

Region-wise CBSE 10th Pass Percentage

The region-wise pass percentage ranges between 90.54% to 99.99%. Check the region-wise pass percentage from the below table.

Region Pass Percentage
Trivandrum 99.99%
Bengaluru 99.96%
Chennai 99.94%
Pune 99.92%
Ajmer 99.88%
Panchkula 99.77%
Patna 99.66%
Bhubaneswar 99.62%
Bhopal 99.47%
Chandigarh 99.46%
Dehradun 99.23%
Prayagraj 99.19%
Noida 98.78%
Delhi West 98.74%
Delhi East 97.80%
Guwahati 90.54%

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How to Check CBSE Board Class 10th Result 2021?

The CBSE will be releasing the 10th Board Result on the official website The students can follow the mentioned below steps to check your CBSE Board Class 10th sarkari result 2021.

Alternate Option to check Result of CBSE Class 10th

CBSE publishes its result on multiple platforms so that students can check their results conveniently. Around of 18 lakh students have register for class 10 board exams in schools that are affiliated to the CBSE, therefore it is diffcult to handle such huge number of students on a single digital platform. Check the alternative platforms where the students can check CBSE class 10th result

How to get CBSE Class 10th Result 2021 through UMANG App

Students can also view their results on UMANG mobile app which is available for Android, iOS users. Click on the Class 10 marksheet tab. Then, fill your credentials: Admit Card ID, Roll Number, and Date Of Birth. You will then be able to view or download your marksheet from there.

How to get CBSE Class 10th Result 2021 through IVRS Facility?

CBSE will also provide results through interactive voice response system (IVRS). NIC will provide the telephone numbers on the day of result, through which the students will get to know their marks.

How to get CBSE Class 10th Result 2021 through SMS?

Students can also get Sarkari Result of CBSE Class 10th through SMS service. Type 'CBSE10 space roll number space admit card ID' and send it to 7738299899

How to get CBSE Class 10th Result 2021 through DigiLocker App?

CBSE will provide digital academic documents of class 10th students like Marksheets, Migration Certificate and Pass Certificate through its own academic repository ‘Parinam Manjusha’, which is integrated with DigiLocker. The DigiLocker account credentials are being sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.

Steps to access CBSE Class 10 marksheet on DigiLocker

  1. Visit the DigiLocker website –
  2. Download the DigiLocker app on your smartphone
  3. Click on the link for Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
  4. Select Class 10 marksheet.
  5. Login to your account using CBSE registered mobile number and access your marksheet.
  6. Now, you can view your marksheet.

CBSE Class 10th Result 2021: Passing Marks

No change is observed in the passing criteria of the students, however, the board has advised schools to provide grace marks to the students who fail in one or two subjects. A student has to score a minimum of 33% or 33 marks out of 100 to pass in 10th standard. This includes the marks scored by students in practical/ internal assessment as well as theory portion. Also, students have to pass in 4 out of 5 main subjects to be promoted to 11th class with a compartment.

CBSE 10th Result 2021: Revised guidelines

1. The CBSE 10th result will be released by CBSE on the basis of their performance as shared by the Schools throughout the academic year 2020-21.

2. To ensure a fair evaluation, the Result Committee includes the Principal of the school along with 7 members. The 7-member team consisted of a school teacher of Mathematics, Social Science, Science, and two languages. Apart from this, there would also be two teachers from another school to be as an external evaluator.

3. Students will be awarded marks out of 100, which has been divided into 20 & 80, 20 for internal evaluation submitted by school and remaining 80 will be based on the exams conducted by schools during the academic year.

Breakdown of 80 marks is as follows:

Test/Exam Maximum Marks
Periodic Test or Unit Tests 10
Half-yearly or mid-term 30
Pre-board Exam 40

CBSE 10th Result 2021, Grace Marks & Compartment

As per the official announcement, the CBSE board would release the result based on the uploaded theory and internal assessment marks provided by the schools. In case during compilation, the board would continue with its previous policy to award grace marks. As a special measure, this year the board would also provide grace marks to the students who do not meet the qualifying criteria.

In case a student fails to qualify even after grace marks, he/she would then be placed in the Essential Repeat or Compartment Category for which the exam would be conducted by school itself. CBSE would not be conducting the compartment exams, instead sample question papers will be sent to the schools, which in turn would conduct an objective type online/offline compartment examination (as per the convenience) for all such students.

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CBSE 10th Result 2021- FAQs

Q. When did CBSE 10th Result 2021 released?

Ans. CBSE 10th Result for the Academic session 2020-21 is released on 03rd August 2021.

Q. What is the pass percentage for CBSE 10th Board Result 2021?

Ans. For Academic Year 2020-21, CBSE has recorded the highest pass percetage of 99.04%

Q. What is the evaluation criteria for CBSE 10th Result 2021?

Ans. As per the new assessment polity, 80 marks would be awarded on the ratio of 10:30:40 where 10 marks for periodic/ unit tests, 30 marks for the half-yearly or mid-term exams and 40 for pre-board examinations. The remaining 20 marks will be internal assessment submitted by schools.

Q. Will CBSE 10th Results 2021 be fair?

Ans. Yes, as the board has formed a 7 member committee in order to release fair results for Class 10 students.

Q. What if the student is not satisfied with his/her result?

Ans. If any student is not satisfied with the assessment will be given an opportunity to appear in examinations which will be conducted by the board once the pandemic condition normalises.