Passing percentage for class 10

The passing marks for this years board examination for class 10 th has been decided to be an overall score of 33% in theory and internal assessments taken together. This decision has been taken by CBSE in recent circular and has been circulated to all CBSE affiliated schools.

This will be applicable only for students appearing in the board examination this year and might be changed from next year onwards.

The circular which has been issued states that “the examination committee of the board in its meeting held on February 16 after considering the circumstances and the fact that the current batch of class 10 th 2018 is coming from a different assessment background while they were in class ninth resolved to approach the following for this batch of class 10 th appearing in 2018 examination as one time measure”.

Earlier the requirement was to score 33% in board exams and 33% in internal assessments, now the students have to score 33% in board exams and internal exams combined. The board exams for class 10 and 12 scheduled to begin from March 5 and will end on April 12 .

Also you can download previous year question papers here : Solved last year question papers

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