Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday declared the results class 10th compartment examination on its official website. A total of 56.55% students passed the compartment exam this year.
Students who had appeared in the CBSE class 10 compartment examination can check their results online at cbseresults.nic.in. However, the direct link to check CBSE class 10 compartment results is not uploaded on the CBSE official website yet.
The board conducted the class 10th Compartment examination from September 22 to 30, 2020, at 1248 centres spread across the country.
A total of 14,97,26 candidates appeared for the class 10 compartment exam out of which 82,903 students passed the exam this year.
12 October, 2020, 2:39 pm
CBSE has released new CBSE Sample Papers 2020-21 on 9th October and also issued a notification on its official website. Right now new CBSE Sample Papers of a few subjects are unavailable and as per the details, these sample papers will be available here shortly after some time. Besides CBSE Syllabus 2020-21, CBSE Sample Papers 2020-21 for 10th & 12th are now the most important resources for the upcoming CBSE Board Exams 2021 preparation. With the new CBSE Making Scheme 2020-21, students will get a complete idea about the way of writing good answers in the answer booklet, and also with the help of the marking scheme students can easily understand the important points that must be included while writing answers to score maximum marks.
Class X Sample Question Paper & Marking Scheme for Exam 2020-21
|Subject||Sample Question Paper||Marking Scheme|
|Science||Click Here||Click Here|
|Elements of Book Keeping and Accountancy||Click Here||Click Here|
|Elements of Business||Click Here||Click Here|
|English (Language & Literature)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Hindi A||Click Here||Click Here|
|Hindi B||Click Here||Click Here|
|Home Science||Click Here||Click Here|
|Computer Application||Click Here||Click Here|
|Mathematics (Basic)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Mathematics (Standard)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Social Science||Click Here||Click Here|
|NCC||Click Here||Click Here|
|Hindustani Music (Melodic)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Hindustani Music (Percussion)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Hindustani Music (Vocal)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Carnatic Music-Melodic Instruments||Click Here||Click Here|
|Carnatic Music-Percussion Instruments||Click Here||Click Here|
|Carnatic Music-Vocal||Click Here||Click Here|
|Painting||Click Here||Click Here|
|Sanskrit||Click Here||Click Here|
10 October, 2020, 1:02 pm
Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE has decided to give 15 percent relaxation on the attendance of students who will be appearing for the classes 10th and 12th board exam 2021.
This relaxation of attendance will be specifically implemented on students who have been unable to take the online classes during the Covid-19 lockdown.
CBSE Board Exam 2021: Attendance relaxation
The 15 percent of relaxation on attendance will be given to students who are unable to join the online classes due to technical reason and their schools have not been able to provide them with the needed facilities.
To appear in the CBSE class 10, 12 board exam 2021, students are needed to have at least 75 percent attendance in school.
The board has so far allowed the exemption of attendance in a case of sickness. Due to the spread of Covid-19 this time, an online class is being run only.
CBSE Board Exam 2021: Details of the attendance relaxation policy
In such a situation, the board will give exemption on grounds of technical reasons. This relaxation on attendance will apply to students for lockdown and unlock-four only.
Students must note that there were lockdown and unlock-four from April to September.
During this time, the students depended only on online studies. During this period, the students, who have not been able to become an Attendance in school, will be given exemption in attendance.
According to the board, this exemption is only for the 2021 board examination. CBSE exam controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said that many children could not do online classes due to Covid -19. In such a situation, the exemption will be given this time in school attendance.
3 October, 2020, 12:44 pm
CBSE Compartment 2020 date sheet 10th has been released at cbse.nic.in. It will be conducted in September. You can download CBSE 10th Compartment Date Sheet 2020 from here. Admit Cards for CBSE Compartment Exams 2020 will be available for private & regular candidates shortly. Here we have provided important information regarding CBSE Compartment Exams 2020.
CBSE Compartment 2020 Exam Date Sheet : Class 10
|DAY, DATE & TIME||SUBJECT CODE||SUBJECT NAME|
|TUESDAY, 22ND SEPTEMBER, 2020|
|10.30 AM - 1.30 PM||087||SOCIAL SCIENCE|
|WEDNESDAY, 23RD SEPTEMBER, 2020|
|10.30 A.M. - 1.30 PM||049||PAINTING|
|090||SCIENCE (W/O PRACTICAL)|
|10.30 AM - 1.30 PM||002||HINDI COURSE-A|
|FRIDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER, 2020|
|10.30 AM - 1.30 PM||041||MATHEMATICS STANDARD|
|SATURDAY, 26TH SEPTEMBER, 2020|
|10.30 AM - 1.30 PM||101||ENGLISH COMMUNICATIVE|
|184||ENGLISH LNG & LIT.|
|MONDAY, 28TH SEPTEMBER, 2020|
|10.30 AM - 1.30 PM||003||URDU COURSE-A|
|089||TELUGU - TELANGANA|
|303||URDU COURSE B|
|10.30 AM – 12.30 PM||034||HINDUSTANI MUSIC (VOCAL)|
1. All the candidates will carry their own hand sanitizer in transparent bottle and water bottle.
2. All the candidates will cover their mouth and nose with mask/cloth.
3. All candidates will follow Physical distance norms.
4. Parents will guide their ward(s) about precautions on Covid-19.
5. Parents will ensure that their ward is not sick.
6. All instructions issued in Examination Centres will be strictly adhered to by the candidates.
7. Candidates will follow all instructions given in Admit Card.
8. Duration for each examination will be as given in the date-sheet and Admit Card.
9. Answer books would be distributed to candidates between 10.00 A.M. – 10.15 A.M.
10. Question paper will be distributed at 10.15 A.M.
11. From 10.15 A.M. – 10.30 A.M. (15 minutes), candidates shall read the question paper.
12. At 10.30 A.M. candidates will start writing the answers.
13. In addition to theory Examination given above, there will also be practical examination in respect of those candidates who have failed in practical in a subject involving practical.
14. Candidate appearing for the Compartmental Examination in a subject involving practical work are required to appear in theory only in case they have passed in practical.
15. Candidate examination in respect of private candidate will be held at the theory examination centre unless otherwise notified.
16. Private candidate should contact the Principal of the school of their theory examination centers for date and time of practical examination before theory examination is over. The practical examination should be completed before 28th September, 2020.
17. Practical examination for regular candidates in all the subjects will be held at each school for their own candidates.
CBSE Compartment 2020 Exam: Admit Card
As per the notification, CBSE Schools will be informed about the date of downloading of the admit cards later on. In case of any discrepancy in the Admit card, schools should contact concerned Regional Office of the Board in respect of regular students, both for Class XII and Class X through e-Pariksha link- http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/reg2020.html w.e.f 13.08.2020.
CBSE Compartment 2020 Exam: Official Notification By CBSE:
Main Points from Official Notification of CBSE:
1. Schools shall have to submit LOC for Compartment Examination in respect of regular students, both for Class XII and Class X through e-Pariksha link- http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/reg2020.html w.e.f 13.08.2020.
Only those Candidates whose name is submitted through the online process shall be allowed to appear for the examinations proposed to be conducted in September 2020.
2. Following category of candidates shall be approaching their school from which they have appeared:
a) Candidates of Classes X & XII who have appeared for the examinations in February/March 2020 as regular candidates and whose result has been declared as ‘Compartment’;
b) Candidates of Class XII who had applied for Improvement of Performance as regular candidates in the subjects for which examination was scheduled from 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020 and their result has been declared as ‘NC’ in the subject concerned.
c) Candidates of Class XII who have appeared as regular candidate in 6 subjects in February/March 2020 and declared PASS but could not clear one subject can appear under Improvement of Performance category; and
d) Candidates of Class XII & X who have been punished under Category 1 of UFM wherein their current examination of the subject has been cancelled and they have been allowed to appear in Compartment examination.
CBSE Compartment 2020 Exam: Eligibility Criteria
Regular candidates who appeared in February/March 2020 through schools affiliated to the Board and declared as COMPARTMENT are eligible to apply in one or two subjects in which they are placed in the compartment.
Regular candidates who appeared in February/March 2020 through schools affiliated to the Board and declared as ‘PASS’ after replacement of a compulsory subject by skill subject (taken as 6th optional) will be eligible to appear in the failed subject under improvement of performance category.
Candidates who have been punished under Category 1 of UFM wherein their current examination of the subject has been cancelled and they have been allowed to appear in Compartment examination.
CBSE Compartment 2020 Exam: Case in the Supreme Court
As per the latest updates, recently, about more than 800 students across the country through a letter urged the Supreme Court to take suo motu cognizance of the board's decision to conduct CBSE Compartment Exams 2020 amid COVID-19 pandemic. Recently a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of CBSE Compartment Exams 2020 & passing the students provisionally, several media houses reported. CBSE has published an official update on its stand regarding the issue.
The board's stand on CBSE Compartment Exam 202
7 September, 2020, 3:07 pm
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) reduced up to 30 percent of the syllabus of class 10 for the current academic session 2020-21. The board decided to cut down the syllabus to reduce the course burden for students in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. The deleted portion is to be considered only for the purpose of the Annual Board Examination-2021.
You can check here the curriculum deduction details for all important subjects of CBSE Class 10.
|Social Science||Click Here|
|English (Language and Literature)||Click Here|
|Hindi Course A||Click Here|
|Hindi Course B||Click Here|
|Computer Application||Click Here|
|Home Science||Click Here|
26 August, 2020, 10:07 am
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has partnered with Central Square Foundation to develop a series of manuals named ‘Teacher Energized Manuals’ (TERM) for Science and Maths teachers teaching from classes 6 to 10.
“Each chapter of the Resource Manual corresponds to the respective chapters in the NCERT textbooks. The chapters have been chunked by concept; these concepts have been linked to the NCERT Learning Outcomes, and an attempt has been made to delineate Learning Objectives for each concept. Every chapter has a set of assessment items, where two items have been provided as examples for each Learning Objective. Teachers can use these to assess if the learner has acquired the related concept,” the manual reads.
Teacher Energized Resource Manuals (TERM)- 2020
|Class X||Click Here||Click Here|
|Class IX||Click Here||Click Here|
|Class VIII||Click Here||Click Here|
|Class VII||Click Here||Click Here|
|Class VI||Click Here||Click Here|
22 August, 2020, 5:44 pm