CBSE Class 10th 2018 – Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted All India Senior Secondary Exam (AISSE) or Class 10th Board exam from March 5 to April 4. The result has been declared online at 4 pm on May 29, 2018 and 86.70% of 16,24,682 candidates who appeared have cleared the exam. 88.67 girls have cleared the exam while the pass percentage of boys is 85.32. Prakhar Mittal of DPS, Gurgaon, Rimzhim Agarwal of RP Public School, Bijnor, Nandini Garg of Scottish International School, Shamli and Sreelakshmi G of Bhavan's Vidyalaya, Cochin have topped the exam with 499 of 500 marks. Students who cleared their Class 9 exams and were promoted to class 10 were eligible to appear for the CBSE Class 10 board exams. From 2018, CBSE made it mandatory for its students studying in Class 10 to appear for the board examination, which was an option till 2017. The exam conducted by CBSE for class 10 is standardised throughout the country.
In 2018, approximately 16.5 lakh students appeared for their CBSE 10th exam in around 56 different subjects. The marks scored by students in this exam will let them select and specialise in any one stream from Science, Commerce or Humanities to pursue in Class 11 and 12. Read the complete informative article on CBSE Class 10th Board including important dates or date sheet, exam pattern, result etc below. Students must note that the important dates of CBSE 10th class mentioned in this article are tentative and based on last year’s data. They are bound to vary from year to year.
CBSE 10th Result 2018-Verification and re-evaluation of the result
Students can apply for verification and re-evaluation as the process has been started by CBSE. Students can apply for the same from June 1 to 5 of the same month.
Students have to apply for verification online along with a fee of Rs. 500 per subject. The payment for the same can be made through gateway/netbanking, debit/credit card (both national/ international).
The last date to make the payment for the verification of marks is June 7, 2018.
Obtaining photocopy of evaluated answer sheets
Those candidates who have applied for verification of marks, only they can request for photocopies of the evaluated answer books. They can request for the photocopy of evaluated answersheets online from 15 to 16 June, 2018.
The processing charge for the same is Rs. 500 per subject and the last date to make the payment is June 18, 2018.
Candidates who are not satisfied with their marks and wish to apply for re-evaluation, can send their application online from June 21 to 22 of the same month. They have to pay Rs. 100 as a re-evaluation fee for per question. Students can pay the fee for the same until June 25, 2018.
Date sheet or Time Table of CBSE Class 10th
CBSE Class 10th Datesheet release date
CBSE Class 10 examination
March 5 – April 4
CBSE 10th board result available on
May 29, 2018 (declared)
CBSE 10th Class Result
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced region-wise CBSE 10th result on May 29, 2018 (4 pm). Candidates can download their AISSE result 2018 online by submitting their roll number, date of birth and school number in the login window. Candidates can also check CBSE 10th result 2018 via SMS, Google, Bing.com or UMANG mobile app. Besides, the Board has provided phone numbers where students can call and access their result. To check result via SMS, they have to type cbse10<space>roll number<space>date of birth<space>school number<space>centre number and send it to 7738299899. Students from Delhi can call 24300699 and those from other regions of India can call 011 – 24300699 to access the result via call/ Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS). Students having android, iOS or windows based smartphones can also check their result via UMANG mobile application. CBSE 10th result 2018 will also be available in bing.com and Google search. In 2017, 93.06% out of 1660123 candidates who appeared CBSE 10th, qualified the exam.
How to download CBSE Class 10 Result?
Students can follow the steps below to access their CBSE Class X result.
Click on CBSE 10th Result 2018. Click on the link to check result.
- The login page to check result will appear on the screen.
Enter your Roll Number, date of birth, school number and centre number as given in the admit card.
Click on Submit.
You can view the CBSE Class 10th result displaying marks scored by you in various subjects.
- Download and take a printout of the result. Retain the hard copy until CBSE original mark sheets are collected.
The login window of CBSE 10th looks like this:
CBSE Class 10th – Contents
The CBSE Class X displays the following details:
Name of the student
Date of Birth
CBSE Class 10th Result – Verification of Marks
In case any student has a doubt in marks of any subject, he/she can apply for verification of marks. The following steps are required to be followed to apply for revaluation or rechecking:
Visit the official website of CBSE verification
Click on the link for “Online Application Submission for Verification/Photocopy of Answer book”
Select “Apply for verification— class 10”
Type in your roll number, five-digit school number and centre number
Click on “Proceed”
Follow the instructions by filling in the details and uploading the necessary documents. Submit your application for verification.
Make sure to keep a copy of the page for future reference.
CBSE Class 10th – Passing Marks
CBSE follows standard passing criteria where a student has 5 main subjects (having 20 marks as internal assessment and board examination of 80 marks) where he/she has to separately score a minimum of 33% in the practicals and theoretical board exam. A score of 33% applies to additional subjects like 6th or 7th subjects also.
With Class 10 Board exam becoming a mandate again from 2018, CBSE, only as a one time measure, has relaxed the passing criteria for students. Students will now be required to secure an overall 33% (both practical and theoretical taken together) in the subject to be able to pass that subject.
CBSE Class 10th- Grades
Students of class X are evaluated on a 9-point grading system. Each grade, given on the basis of both formative and summative assessments, will correspond to a range of marks. The nine-point grading scale is given below:
Nine Point Grading Scale
Theory or practical papers in external subjects will be awarded numerical scores. In addition to numerical scores, the Board will mention grades in the marks sheets issued to students. In case of internal assessment subjects, only grades shall be shown.
Internal examination subjects in Class X will be made on a five-point scale i.e. A, B, C, D & E.
The grades shall be derived from scores in case of subjects of the external examination. In case of subjects of internal assessment, they shall be awarded by the schools.
Students can check the complete CBSE Class10th Dates sheet here!
CBSE Class 10th Exam pattern
With the reintroduction of mandatory board exams in CBSE Class 10, a major change brought to the assessment scheme is that the CBSE will conduct the class 10 exams of 80 marks for each subject. This board exam will cover the100% syllabus. Other 20 marks are kept with schools for internal assessment (IA) which comprises:
Periodic Tests (PT) of 10 marks each
Notebook Submission of 5 marks
Subject Enrichment Activities of 5 marks.
The Maths question paper will comprise a total of 30 questions divided into four sections, viz., A, B, C and D.
CBSE Class 10th - Maths exam pattern
Number of questions
Marks per question
CBSE Class X exam will carry a total of 27 questions divided into two sections A and B.
CBSE Class 10th Board – Science exam pattern
Marks per question
CBSE 10th board English exam has a total of 11 questions divided into three section, viz., A, B and C. Section-wise weightage in English (Communicative)exam is as follows.
CBSE Class 10th – English (communicative) exam pattern
Number of questions
B: Writing and Grammar
CBSE Class 10th – Eligibility
A student is eligible to sit for the Class 10th board exam provided he/she fulfils the eligibility criteria mentioned below:
CBSE Class 10th eligibility for regular students: In case of a regular student, one must have completed his class IX from an institution affiliated to this Board or to any recognised Board or is recognised by the Education Department of the Government of the State/U.T. in which such an institution is located.
CBSE Class 10th eligibility for private candidates: In case of private students, the following categories of students shall be eligible to appear for CBSE Class 10 Board:
(a) Students who had failed State examination board.
(b) Children of teachers serving in educational institutions affiliated to the Board.
(c) (i) Woman students who are bonafide residents of the NCT of Delhi
and satisfy the following additional conditions:–
(a) that they have privately pursued the prescribed course of study
(b) that they are unable to join Class X affiliated to the board
(ii) A woman student who had left an institution at a stage earlier than or in Class IX shall not be permitted to appear at the examination as a private candidate a year earlier than in which she would have appeared, had she continued her studies in a recognised institution up to 6 Secondary Examination.
(a) Physically handicapped students on producing reasonable evidence of having
difficulty to attend the normal institution in the subjects not involving practical training/
CBSE Class 10th - Procedures for Submission of Applications by Private Candidates
A private candidate must submit an application form with the prescribed fee for the examination and three copies of passport size photographs to the Regional Officer to the Board.
If the application is submitted after the last date, they will have to pay late fees.
Regular candidates who failed to obtain promotion to class X of the school affiliated to the Board or any other recognised Board are not be admitted to CBSE Secondary School Examination as private candidates.
Private candidates are not allowed to appear for a subject which is not taught in a CBSE affiliated institution.
CBSE 10th Exam - Statistical Overview
Total appeared candidates
Boys’ pass %
Girls’ pass %
Overall Pass Percentage
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level board of education in India for public and private schools, controlled and managed by Union Government of India. All schools affiliated to CBSE follow NCERT curriculum. There are approximately 19,316 schools in India and 211 schools in 25 foreign countries affiliated to the CBSE.