CBSE Roll Number Finder 2021:After the declaration of result by CBSE, students have to keep their Roll number handy. The board will declare the result on the official website cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.gov.in.

This year 99.04% students passed in CBSE Class 10.According to CBSE, while 2,00,962 students scored between 90-95 percentile, a total of 57,824 students secured 2.76% marks. A total of 17,636 students participated this year in the 10th CBSE 2021 scores announced on Tuesday.

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This covers 0.84% ​​of the total students. In CBSE Class 10, Kendriya Vidyalayas scored more than 100%. In 2020, their result was prepared partly on the basis of board exams and partly by following an alternative evaluation policy, with 91.46% of students passing the class 12 exams.

CBSE Roll Number Finder 2021: How to download

  • Step 1: Visit the website – www.cbse.gov.in/cbsenew/cbse.html
  • Step 2: On the main page, click on Roll Number Finder.
  • Step 3: On the new page, select your class
  • Step 4: Enter your name, school code, father’s name and mother’s name
  • Step 5: Click on Search Data
  • Step 6: Your roll number will appear on the screen
CBSE Roll Number Finder 2021
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CBSE Roll Number Finder 2021

The Delhi High Court has given time to CBSE to respond to a plea regarding the methodology of evaluation of special Class 10 students after the examinations were canceled earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Judge Prateek Jalan, while hearing a plea by the mother of a special class 10 student, passed the order after the counsel for the council sought time.

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The Delhi High Court has given time to CBSE to respond to a plea regarding the methodology of evaluation of special Class 10 students after the examinations were canceled earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Judge Prateek Jalan, while hearing a plea by the mother of a special class 10 student, passed the order after the counsel for the council sought time.

CBSE’s counsel, Rupesh Kumar learned that he had requested for another ten days to receive instructions on the methodology for evaluation of private candidates for Class 10 examinations,” the judge recorded in the July 29 order when He posted the order for further hearing on 23 August.

The notification was issued to CBSE in a petition in June after the court had given the education body six weeks to explain its position. In her petition, Payal Behl submitted that after the cancellation of the examination declared that the students “passed”, the CBSE has not issued any notice regarding its policy on how to award grades to particular students.

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