Update (May 18, 2021): The CBSE board has decided to extend marks and internal assessment marks (out of 20) submission dates to CBSE by 30 June, 2021. The board is expected to released the CBSE class 10 result 2021 in the 2nd week of July.
On Saturday, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board announced a new scheme for the tabulation of marks for class 10 board exams which was canceled due to Covid19 pandemic situation.
As per the new policy, while 20 marks are for internal assessment for each subject, 80 marks will be calculated based on the performance of students in periodic/unit tests, half-yearly (mid-term) examinations, and the pre-board examinations.
The board said that three categories (unit test, mid-term exam, pre-board exam) are very common to most CBSE-affiliated schools.
Weightage of school exams/tests in terms of maximum marks
|Category of Tests/Exams||Maximum Marks|
|(a) Periodic Test/ Unit Test||10 Marks|
|(b) Half Yearly/ Mid-Term Exams||30 Marks|
|(c) Pre-board Examinations||40 Marks|
|Formation of Result Committee by School||05 May, 2021|
|Provision of subject wise, school wise distribution of marks as per previous Board exams by CBSE||10 May, 2021|
|Finalization of Rationale Document||10 May, 2021|
|Conduct of assessment, if any||15 May, 2021|
|Availability of Portal for uploading of marks|
|Finalization of result by schools||25 May, 2021|
|Checking & moderation of marks by schools||28 May, 2021|
|Submission of marks to CBSE|
|Submission of internal assessment marks (out of 20)|
|Declaration of result by CBSE|
Update (May 18):
|Availability of Portal by CBSE for uploading of marks||20 May, 2021 (No change)|
|Submission of marks to CBSE||30 June, 2021|
|Submission of internal assessment marks (out of 20)||30 June, 2021|