CBSE Term 1 Result LIVE Updates: Class 10th, 12th Term 1 Results, Term 2 Date Sheet

CBSE Term 1 Result LIVE Updates: Class 10th, 12th Term 1 Results, Term 2 Date Sheet

CBSE Term 1 Result 2021 LIVE: CBSE Board will declare 10th, 12th results on cbseresults.nic.in. Check CBSE term 2 board exam date sheet, free question papers, syllabus and more updates.
CBSE Term 1 Result 2021-22: The term 1 result for CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 board exams will be released soon. Replying to a query on when classes 10 and 12 results will be declared, board’s spokesperson Rama Sharma recently said, “will let you all know when confirmed”.
Meanwhile, CBSE term 2 board exams will be held offline, and begin on April 26, the board’s Controller of Examinations Sanyam Bhardwaj informed on Wednesday, February 9.

CBSE Term 1 Result LIVE Updates: Class 10th, 12th Term 1 Results, Term 2 Date Sheet
CBSE Term 1 Result LIVE Updates: Class 10th, 12th Term 1 Results, Term 2 Date Sheet

Candidates must note that the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 term 1 result will not be published as pass, fail or essential repeat. The final result will be announced after term 2 board exams. Students can check their scores on the official websites – cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in, cbse.gov.in and through the DigiLocker website and app, once declared.
CBSE Term 1 Result 2021 LIVE: CBSE Board will declare 10th, 12th results on cbseresults.nic.in. Check CBSE term 2 board exam date sheet, free question papers, syllabus and more updates.
CBSE Term 1 Result Date And Time
CBSE Term 1 Result 2021-22 date and time have not been announced yet. When released, CBSE result scorecards will be available at cbseresults.nic.in.
CBSE Term 1 Result: Controversies In 10th, 12th Question Papers
CBSE term 1 board exam was surrounded by controversies. Many school teachers claimed that questions asked in the exam could have multiple answers. A question on CBSE 12th Sociology paper asked on the Gujarat riots. “The unprecedented scale and spread of anti-muslim violence in Gujarat in 2002 took under which government?” read the question in the Sociology paper.

A passage in the Class 10 English exam was “not in accordance with” the guidelines for preparing question papers, the CBSE said, amid allegations that it is regressive, and promotes gender stereotyping. Passage number 1 and questions on the passage have been dropped and students will get full marks for the questions, the board said.
CBSE Term 1 Result: Controversies In 10th, 12th Question Papers
CBSE term 1 board exam was surrounded by controversies. Many school teachers claimed that questions asked in the exam could have multiple answers. A question on CBSE 12th Sociology paper asked on the Gujarat riots. “The unprecedented scale and spread of anti-muslim violence in Gujarat in 2002 took under which government?” read the question in the Sociology paper.

A passage in the Class 10 English exam was “not in accordance with” the guidelines for preparing question papers, the CBSE said, amid allegations that it is regressive, and promotes gender stereotyping. Passage number 1 and questions on the passage have been dropped and students will get full marks for the questions, the board said.

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