CBSE 10th Result 2019- As per official reports, the CBSE 10th Result 2019 will not be declared today. Given the sudden declaration of the CBSE 12th Result 2019 on May 2, 2019, CBSE has put 10th class students in a fix. Earlier the Board had said the CBSE 10th Result 2019 will also be a surprise just like the 12th Board Results. This has given almost 17 lakh students sleepless nights. However, candidates are advised to follow the official websites only for official confirmation from the CBSE Board. As soon as the CBSE Class 10 Result 2019 is declared, it will be made available at cbseresults.nic.in. Also, the CBSE 10th Result 2019, will be available on Google Search Application.
According to the recent media reports, the CBSE 10th Result 2019 was said to be announced on 5th May 2019. However, the Board has neither confirmed nor denied these reports. A few reports have also quoted CBSE Board officials saying that the Class 10 Result will also be declared suddenly and will surely be a surprise for the students. Students have been actively trying to get any reliable information about CBSE 10th Result 2019 date. To get the latest news and updates about CBSE 10th Result 2019, students can always visit cbse10.jagranjosh.com.
Classification / Types of Marks
Currently, CBSE has divided the passing marks for the CBSE 10th Result into two different categories i.e. Internal Marks and External Marks. The Internal Marks are awarded to the students for the work done by them in the practical exams for different subjects. On the other hand, External Marks are awarded to the students for their performance in the Theory Papers i.e. the actual exam paper which they wrote, earlier in Feb - March 2019. Irrespective of the number of marks allotted to the internal and external papers, the passing criteria is the same.
Now, that we have clearly understood the classification of marks in the CBSE Result, let’s look at the passing criteria. In order to clear any exam, a student has to score a minimum of 33% marks in total. Typically, for a paper or 100 marks, 20 marks are awarded for Internal Assessment i.e. Practical Exam while the rest 80 marks are for Theory Paper i.e. External Assessment. Students have to score a total of 33 marks, in total to clear the exam.
Marksheets & Passing Certificate
For 2019, CBSE will follow the single document approach to the marksheets and passing certificates being handed out to the students. In line with this, CBSE will provide a single document to the students which will consist of both, the detailed marksheet containing subject-wise breakup of the students’ performance as well as the passing certificate. A digital copy of this document can also be sourced through the DigiLocker Application of the Government of India.
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