CBSE 10th 2020-21 result date has been announced. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) results of the 10th board examinations will be declared on June 20. CBSE announced the date of the results on Saturday night (2 May 2021). Due to Corona, CBSE canceled the 10th examinations to be held on April 14 this year.
CBSE 10th 2020-21 Results to be Announced on 20 June
Now the board has announced a new marking policy for students. Based on this, the result will be released. According to the CBSE notification, every school will have to form an 8-member result committee to prepare the results. It will have math, social science, science and two language teachers in addition to the principal of the school. The committee will also have to keep 2 teachers from the neighborhood school.
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Reference year will be the best session in 3 years
According to the CBSE, the year with the best results of the school in the last 3 years for the result will be considered as the reference year. The same method will be used to determine subject wise marks. The result of 2020-21 will be equal to the average marks of all the students appearing in the 10th board examination in the base year. However, subject wise marks of the students may be 2 marks more or less than the average marks.
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For example, if the average of all the students’ marks in the school was 72% in 2017-18, 74% in 2018-19 and 71% in 2019-20, then the year 2018-19 would be considered as a reference year. Similarly, marks of subjects will also be decided subject-wise on the basis of the base year.
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CBSE will send the schools their reference year and subject wise marks. The marks awarded in subjects can be given up to 2 marks more or less than the average marks, but the marks of five subjects cannot be more than the average marks of the reference year.
Internal assessment points as before
In the results of class 10th, 100% of every subject consists of 20% marks for internal assessment and 80% marks for board examinations. 20 marks of internal assessment will be added as before. For evaluation of the remaining 80 marks, the board has given a formula to give weightage of 10% to unit test or periodic test, 30% to mid term or half yearly test and 40% to pre-board examination. If a school has not taken the tests of these three categories or does not have an authentic record, the result committee will take a decision on it.