The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently announced the Class 10 Term 2 exam results for the academic year 2020-21. Students have performed exceptionally well in the exam and have achieved commendable scores. This article will provide an overview of the CBSE Class 10 Term 2 result and the performance of the students in the exam.
CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Result
The CBSE Class 10 Term 2 exam was conducted from 1st June 2021 to 7th June 2021. The results were released on the official website of CBSE on 21st June 2021. A total of 10,80,867 students had registered for the exam and 10,61,319 students appeared in the exam.
The overall pass percentage of the exam was 95.62%. The pass percentage of boys was 95.38% and that of girls was 95.88%. The highest score obtained in the exam was 99.6%.
Exam Performance of Students
The students have performed exceptionally well in the exam. The pass percentage for the exam has been higher than the previous year’s pass percentage. The students have achieved remarkable scores in the exam.
The exam was conducted in both online and offline modes. The online mode of the exam was conducted through the CBSE’s online exam portal. The students who opted for the online mode of the exam have performed better than the students who opted for the offline mode of the exam.
The students have worked hard to prepare for the exam and their hard work has paid off. They have achieved remarkable scores in the exam and have successfully cleared it.
In conclusion, the CBSE Class 10 Term 2 exam results have been released and the students have performed exceptionally well in the exam. The overall pass percentage of the exam was 95.62%. The students have achieved remarkable scores in the exam and have worked hard to prepare for the exam.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results of the class 10 Term 2 examinations on the 10th of October 2020. The examinations, conducted exclusively online, tested the students’ abilities in the four core subjects of Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and Hindi.
The exams were conducted by the Board to determine the students’ academic growth and their potential achievements in the 2021 Board Examination.
The results came out with an impressive performance by the students, as the overall pass percentage is registered as 97.67%. Out of the total students who appeared for the Exams, an impressive 47.67% of the students scored distinction grades (Grade A1) and 41.1% achieved Grade A2.
The impressive performance of the students has been encouraging the members of the Board and the entire Education Sector. The CBSE has urged the students to work hard and make full use of the academic year. The Board has also made it compulsory for the students to stay focused during the online classes and take up personal assessments to improve their overall academic performance.
CBSE has also established career guidance committees in every school that guide and suggest the students suitable careers related to their academic performances.
For those students who have failed the exam, the CBSE has mentioned that they have an opportunity to appear for the improvement examination scheduled in January 2021. Additionally, the CBSE held an online counseling session for the students on 10th October 2020 to help them deal with any academic-related issues.
The academic sector is proud of the achievements of the students in the CBSE Term 2 Examination, and is expecting even better performance in the upcoming 2021 Board Examinations.