Central Board of Secondary Education has revised the Passing marks criteria for the Class 10th students for the CBSE Board Exam 2018. Now all CBSE 10th class students will require overall 33% against the separate pass percentage in the external and internal examination. The new passing marks criteria for the class 10th students was released by CBSE a few days back. Apart from this Here are the full details. Check it out.
Passing Marks Criteria of CBSE
According to the CBSE examination Bylaws and CBSE guidelines, at present, class 10th students have to score a minimum of 33% in the internal as well as in external exams. This can be understood as, The internal assessment marks are 20 and according to the CBSE bylaws, students have to score 33% to pass. So, in this case, to pass the internal students have to score 6.6 marks out of 20 marks.
In case of the external exam, the maximum marks are 80 and students have to score 33% of 80 marks to pass the board exam. In this case, students have to score 26.4 marks to qualify. Students will have to qualify or pass both the exam internal and external with minimum 33% marks each. However, if a student scores 18 marks out of 20 in internal will also have to score the minimum of 33% marks in external.
New Passing Marks Criteria – According to the new passing marks criteria of CBSE for the class 10th, students will have to score 33% marks overall. Here is the explanation of the revised passing marks criteria. This time, if a student scores 16 marks out of 20 in the internal exam then he/she would need to secure 17 marks out of 80 to pass the board exam. This move of CBSE will surely ease the stress off the class 10th students of CBSE board. This is the one-time special passing mark criteria of CBE for the class 10th.
The notification regarding the new one time passing marks criteria is available o the official website of CBSE(Central Board of Secondary Education). This one-time passing marks notification will surely ease the stress from the students appearing in the CBSE Class Board Class 10 Exams 2018. So make a note this revision is only for class 10th students not for CBSE Class 12th Board Exam 2018.
Source – Time Now News