CBSE 10th Compartment Result 2023 Declared, 47.40% Pass Supplementary Exam
The latest announcement from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) brings important news for class 10 students. Today, on August 4, CBSE has unveiled the results for the class 10 compartment exams and improvement assessments. Those who participated in the CBSE 10th supplementary exams can promptly access their scores via the official CBSE websites: cbse.gov.in, results.cbse.nic.in, or cbseresults.nic.in. All that's needed is your roll number and date of birth.
CBSE's class 10 compartment results for 2023 are now live. Out of a total of 1,27,622 students who appeared for the supplementary exams this year, a commendable 60,551 students have successfully cleared the exams, propelling the pass percentage to an encouraging 47.40%. Impressively, female students have outperformed their male counterparts, securing a pass percentage of 49.90%, while the pass percentage among male students stands at 46%.
The criterion for passing the class 10 compartment exams mandates a minimum score of 35%. CBSE conducted these compartment exams from July 17 to 22, specifically catering to students who faced challenges in clearing regular exams for one or two subjects.
Here's a concise guide on how to check your CBSE 10th Compartment Result 2023:
- Visit CBSE's official website at cbse.gov.in or cbseresults.nic.in.
- Locate the link labeled "CBSE 10th Compartment Exam Result 2023" when it becomes available.
- On the ensuing page, select class 10 and provide your roll number, admit card ID, school number, and center number.
- Once all details are entered, click "Submit."
- Your CBSE 10th compartment result for 2023 will be displayed on the screen.
Comparing with the previous year, where 107,689 students (5.14%) were placed in compartment exams, this year has seen a rise in this number. A notable 6.22% or 134,774 students have found themselves in compartment status this year. Meeting the passing criteria for the CBSE 10th board exam 2023 necessitates a minimum of 26 marks out of 80 in the theory examination. Additionally, students must secure at least 33% in each subject, including practical exams, to successfully clear the overall examination. This criterion also applies to the compartment exams.
In addition to the results, CBSE has also disclosed the schedule for the 2024 board exams. Both class 10 and class 12 exams are scheduled to take place from February 15. Furthermore, CBSE has made available sample question papers for the upcoming class 10 and 12 board exams in 2024. These practice papers, complete with a question bank and marking scheme for each subject, can be accessed at cbseacademic.nic.in.