CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Results 2021-22

Get the steps to download the Class 10 marksheet online or get results through SMS.

<red> July 23th, 2022 <red>

CBSE Class 10 Result has been declared, PM Modi Congratulate Students on Twitter for their Result

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has released Class 10 results on July 23rd, 2022. No merit list was declared for class 10 & 12 to avoid unhealthy competition between students. CBSE conference to introduce toppers is also not being conducted this year but PM Modi congratulates them on Twitter. See tweet below.

PM Narendra Modi Tweet

Mayank Sharma from Amity International School, Noida has topped the Class 10 board exam. Overall pass percentage is 94.04% this year, which is less than previous year (something). Also like last year, girls have outshined boys by 1.41%!

The result is available on the official results website. Alternatively, students can also access the result through SMS, Digilocker and UMANG app. Check the step-by-step process below.

Step 1: Visit the CBSE Results website. The interface shown below will open.

CBSE main results page

Step 2: Click on any one link out of three.

Step 3: Fill the login credentials–Roll Number, School Number, Date of Birth and Admit Card ID.

Student login page

Step 4: Click on the Submit option and your Class 12 marksheet will appear on screen.

Step 5:  Print/ Download the result for future reference.

NOTE: It is possible that the links may not work for some time as a lot of students are checking their results at the same time. Try to load the links after some time.

How to Check Class 10 Syllabus through SMS

Step 1: Open the message app on your phone.

Step 2: Type the message - cbse10 < space > roll number.

Step 3: Send the text to 7738299899.

Step 4: Your CBSE Class 10 Term 2 result will be sent to your mobile.

How to Apply for Correction in Marks

CBSE has provided an opportunity for Class 10 and 12 students where the students who are not satisfied with their board result can inform CBSE through their schools. CBSE will then take a decision to allow students to re-appear for the exam by looking into their special circumstances during which Term I exams were conducted. Based on that:

  • If the marks increase after recheck, the new marks will be taken into consideration for preparing the final result. 
  • In case, the marks are reduced then the old i.e. higher marks will be considered for the final board result.

NOTE: CBSE has started the rechecking facility for class 10 and 12. Students who are unhappy with their marks can apply for re-evaluation or verification from July 29 onwards. You can only apply for the verification of term-2 marks and the verification process for term-1 had been carried out when CBSE sent term-1 result to respective schools.

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