Chhattisgarh Class 10 Result Announced, 96.81% Students Secure First Division
Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) has declared the Class 10th board exam result. The CGBSE Class 10 results 2021 is released on the official websites of the Board - cgbse.nic.in and results.cg.nic.in.
Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) has declared the Class 10th board exam result on Wednesday, May 19, 2021. The CGBSE Class 10 results 2021 is released on the official websites of the Board - cgbse.nic.in and results.cg.nic.in. CGBSE 10th Board students can visit the official website of the Board to check and download their result.
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Of the 4.61 lakh registered, 44,6,393 students ( 96.81 per cent) have scored first division, 9,024 students (1.96 per cent) got second division, and 5,676 students (1.23 per cent) have got the third division.
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the exam results have been declared on the basis of internal evaluation in the absence of board exams. Those who did not attend the internal tests have been given the minimum passing marks. All Class 10 students have been declared successful, therefore, the Board decided not to release the merit list this year.
Apart from this, the provision of recalculation and revaluation has also been eliminated in this examination. The candidates who are dissatisfied with their examination result will be eligible to appear for the improvement examination.
“Students who have not achieved the minimum marks required or their assignment work is still pending, such students will be awarded passing marks. If a student is not satisfied with the marks given, they will be provided with an opportunity to appear for the board exams when the COVID-19 situation improves,” VK Goyal, secretary, CGBSE, had earlier said.
Last year, the board announced Classes 10, 12 final exam results in June. A total of 3,92,153 students had appeared for the Class 10 exam, out of whom 73.62 per cent had passed.
Pragya Kashyap, a student of Government Higher Secondary School, Jarhagaon, had secured 600 out of a total 600 marks.