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CBSE Result 2021

CBSE will announce the results for class 10th and 12th on the official website on 15th July 2021. Students will need to enter their roll number on the official website to check their results online. Students will also get a direct link to check the results 2021 on this page once the Board announces it.

To check their results, both the class 10th and 12th students need to provide their roll number, D.O.B, and roll code on the official portal. All eligible students appearing for Board exams will receive provisional results online and should preserve the PDF until the Board issues the original mark-sheet. CBSE 10th result 2021 and CBSE class 12th result 2021 will be released on 15th July 2021.

How to Check CBSE 10th Result 2021?

Steps to be followed by the students to access the CBSE 10th Board exam result 2021 are given below.

Step 1: Visit the CBSE website - and click on the "Click for CBSE Results" link.

CBSE 10th Result 2021

Step 2: A new window will pop up with several result links and select the one that says "Secondary School Examination (Class X) - 2021".

Step 3: Students are then required to enter "Roll no", "Date of birth", "School No", and "Centre No" on the following page.

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Step 4: Once the details are filled in carefully, click on the "Submit" button.

Step 5: CBSE 10th result of 2021 will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Download and take a printout of the result PDF for future reference.

How to Check CBSE 12th Result 2021?

Students can check their CBSE 12th result 2021 on the official website by following the procedure given below.

Step 1: Visit the official website of the Board -

Step 2: A new window pops up with the "Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) 2021" link.

Step 3: Click on the link and enter details such as "Roll Number", "School Number", "Center Number" and "Admit Card ID". Once the details are filled in, click on "Submit".

Step 4: CBSE 12th result will be displayed on the screen, download and save the PDF for future reference.

CBSE Result 2021 Highlights

CBSE Result 2021 Highlights

Conducting Authority

Central Board of Secondary Education

CBSE 10th Exam Date 

4th May 2021

CBSE 12th Exam Date 

4th May 2021

CBSE 10th Result 

15th July 2021

CBSE 12th Result 

15th July 2021

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CBSE Result 2021 Details

The following are the details that will be available on the CBSE online results page:

  1. Name of subjects (including compulsory and optional)

  2. Maximum marks

  3. Marks obtained

  4. Total marks

  5. Percentage marks

  6. Grades

CBSE 10th Results Previous Years Statistics

Previous year class 10th CBSE results highlights


Pass Percentage













CBSE 12th Results Previous Years Statistics

Previous years class 12th CBSE results highlights


No. of Students Appeared

Pass Percentage



83.3 percent



73.96 percent



83.05 percent



82.0 percent



82.70 percent



82.01 percent

CBSE Class 10th and 12th Results 2020 Statistics

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the class 12th Board examination result 2020 on 13th July 2020. A total of 11,92,961 students had appeared for the exam, and 10,59,080 cleared the CBSE 12th Board exams 2020 with an overall pass percentage of 88.78%, which is 5.38% more than the previous year. Trivandrum emerged as the best performing region with an overall pass percentage of 97.67%. 

Students could check their results on the Board's official results site - and from the official website - and CBSE Board has decided not to release the merit list for 2020 as the results have been announced in the unusual times of COVID-19.

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