CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Result: The Central Council of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the result of the exam of class 10 term 1. This year the result was announced offline. CBSE sent the scorecards of 10th grade students to their respective schools this year, instead of releasing them online.
“Schools just got the theory grades on their Shiksha ID. And now they will add practical/internal markings and then it will be distributed,” Anshu Mittal, director, MRG School, Rohini told biharengineering.in.
“The performance of the Term 1 of Class X exam has been communicated to the schools by CBSE. Only theoretical scores have been communicated as internal assessment/practical scores are already available from the schools,” confirms CBSE via its official Twitter account.
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Performance of the Term 1 of Class X exam has been communicated to the schools by CBSE. Only theoretical scores are communicated as internal Assessment/practical scores are already available at the schools.
— CBSE HQ (@cbseindia29) March 12, 2022
Previously, the result was expected to be released online and students were believed to be able to access their result through the official CBSE website – cbse.gov.in or cbseresults.nic.in — or DigiLocker app or website, the UMANG app, or SMS.
However, now that the result has been declared offline and not uploaded on the official websites, students are required to get their first semester grade sheets from their respective schools.
This year, the CBSE is conducting the board exams in two phases: period 1 and 2. Only the theory grades are communicated in the result cards shared with schools. “The performance of the Term 1 of Class X exam has been communicated to the schools by CBSE. Only theoretical scores have been communicated as internal assessments/practical scores are already available from the schools,” reads another tweet from the official CBSE account.
Semester 1 exams were conducted offline from November 30 to December 11, 2021. CBSE has announced that no student will fail or pass based on the semester 1 result. Grades will be given only. The final result is a combined score of term 1, term 2 and internal scores, which will be announced after the term 2 exam.
The board has also expanded the number of exam centers from 7,000 to 14,000. According to reports, about 22 lakh candidates are expected to take the OMR based Term 2 exam for class 10 and nearly 14 lakh have registered for Term-1 of class 12.
On March 11, 2022, CBSE also released the date sheet for second semester exams. The exams for both classes start on April 26. Students can view the board exam datasheet on the official CBSE website — cbse.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in†
Semester 2 exams are taken offline. The second term questionnaire will contain questions from the remaining 50 percent of the syllabus (which is uploaded on the CBSE website). It will not only contain objective questions, but also questions of different formats.
In a circular released by CBSE, the board announced that the exam centers assigned to students will be different from the exam centers they used in the first-semester exams. The details of the examination center are stated on the term 2 admission cards. In addition, no marksheet cum pass certificate is issued for term-1 exams. The board will not release a combined sheet of both terms until after the statement of the results of term 2.