CGBSE 10th Result 2021: The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE), Raipur has released the result for class 10 board exams today at 11 am. The result is being declared without holding any of the CGBSE class 10 board exams. Over 4.61 lakh students will be getting their results today. Results will be released at official websites cgbse.nic.in as well as be available at news18.com.
Most of the students have passed the CGBSE 10th Result in the first division. The first division is when a student gets marks of more than 60 out of 100. This year, out of the total 4.61 lakh, as many as 4.4 lakh have got marks in the first division, as informed by the CG board. A total of 9024 students cleared CGBSE class 10 in the second division. Only 5676 students passed in the third division which is 49 and below.
In CGBSE 10th result, overall 98.81 per cent have passed in the first division. Of the total 4.61 lakh students, 1,96 per cent have got second division while 1.23 passed in the third division. Genderwise, 95.66 per cent of male students who appeared for the exam have got first rank while among females, 97.90 per cent had got first division.
All the 4,61,093 lakh students have cleared the Chhattisgarh Board exam. A total of 224112 boys and 231999 girls have been passed and will now be attending classes for 11th. Currently, due to the pandemic, the classes will be held online and schools will remain shut in the state.
Since none of the exams could be held due to the pandemic for class 10 students, the board has decided to release the result based on a special criterion. The criterion includes practicals, assignments, and year-long performance of students. This year, none of the students will be failed. CG Board has announced to promote all class 10 students. Students will be given marks based on the assignments.
If a student is unhappy with their marks, they can apply to appear for written exams. The written exams will be held after the situation is better, however, these exams will be considered final. Dates of holding theory exams are not announced yet.
Since every student will be promoted to the next class, instead of minimum marks the board has fixed the maximum marks to be given to a student by their schools. Last year the class 10 topper from the Chhattisgarh board had obtained 100 per cent marks. Going by the present circumstances the next academic year too will be held online.