|Total Posts||CBSE 10th Exam|
|Class Name||10th Class|
|Result Status||Not Announced|
|Result Date||Not Specified|
|Result Details||Click Here|
|Check Notification||Click Here|
|Check Result||Click Here|
CBSE 10th Result 2021
The Central Board of Secondary Education, India has cancelled the Class 10th Secondary School Examination (SSC), 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As per the recent information CBSE will announce the class 10th result on the basis of an objective criterion. All the CBSE class 10th students who are waiting for their result will be able to get complete information about their 10th result from this article. Also, the student who will not be satisfied with their marks, can appear for physical examination.
CBSE 10th Result Details
Name of Exam: Secondary School Examination (Class X), 2021
Name of Board: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Date of Exam: Not Applicable
Date of Result: by July 2021 (Expected)
Result Status: Not Declared
CBSE Result Announcement Timeline
|Year||Result Date||Result Time|
|2020||15 July 2020||12:45 PM|
|2019||6th May 2019||2:15 PM|
|2018||29th May 2018||1:25 PM|
|2017||3rd Jun 2017||1:10 PM|
|2016||28th May 2016||1:30 PM|
|2015||28th May 2015||2:30 PM|
|2014||20th May 2014||4:00 PM|
How to Check CBSE 10th Result?
All CBSE class 10th students will be able to check their results from the official portal of CBSE. Students can follow the simple steps listed below to get their result. Note that the link will be activated after the official declaration of CBSE Class 10th result.
- Scroll down, check Important Link‘s section.
- Click on CBSE SSE 10th Result 2021 link.
- A page will load, where you need to fill four details.
- Enter Your Roll Number, School No, Center No, Admit Card ID and click on Submit button.
- After completing above steps, your result will be displayed.
- You can also take a print out of that loaded result.
Important Links of CBSE 10th Result
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