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Big Relief to CBSE Class 10th Students: CBSE Revised Passing Marks to 33%

CBSE Revised Passing Marks

Central board of secondary education is providing Big Relief to CBSE Class 10th Students in their passing marks. CBSE Revised Passing Marks of class 10th students to overall 33%. This new rule is only for current batch students.

This change in the passing marks will mainly apply to the 10th students. According to senior officials of the Board, this decision has been taken mainly to give relief to the students. This rule will be applicable from this time board examination.

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Class 10th/12th Students: Know Pass Mark Criteria!!!

Central board of secondary education is providing Big Relief to CBSE Class 10th Students in their passing marks. CBSE Revised Passing Marks of class 10th students to overall 33%. This new rule is only for current batch students.

This change in the passing marks will mainly apply to the 10th students. According to senior officials of the Board, this decision has been taken mainly to give relief to the students. This rule will be applicable from this time board examination.

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CBSE Revised Passing Marks

According to the new relaxation, in order to pass, a student needs to secure a total of 33 per cent (internal assessment and theory marks combined). Earlier, the board had put in place a mandatory clause of securing 33 per cent in the board exams and another 33 per cent in internal assessment.

What the CBSE Official Notification said?

“The examination committee of the board in its meeting held on February 16 after considering the circumstances and the facts that the current batch of class X (2018) is coming from a different assessment background while they were in class IX (in 2017) resolved to approve the following for this batch as a one-time measure,”

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How much you need to score to clear Board exam

Relaxing the board exam pass criteria for the students of class 10, the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) will now consider any student obtaining 33 per cent overall as passed.

For most of the subjects for Class X students, the division is of 80 and 20 where 80 are external marks and 20 are an internal evaluation.

A senior official said that students can see the marking scheme on the website. The subjects which have been notified for the Marking Scheme for Class 10th class include mathematics, science, social science, English (communication) and English (language and literature).

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Marking scheme has been notified for many other subjects including Accountancy, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, English, Hindi, Mathematics and Physics for Class XII. More than 18,000 schools in the country are affiliated to CBSE. This year, 10 lakh 98 thousand 891 students had registered with 10,678 schools for the 12th class.

Marking scheme has been notified for many other subjects including Accountancy, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, English, Hindi, Mathematics and Physics for Class XII. More than 18,000 schools in the country are affiliated to CBSE. This year, 10 lakh 98 thousand 891 students had registered with 10,678 schools for the 12th class.

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