Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to announce the Class 10 Term I Board Exam Results 2021-22 soon. It is confirmed that results will be announced through the online mode, on the official website cbseresults.nic.in. However, they may also be accessed from DigiLocker, Umang App, via SMS and Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS). So, in case the website stops working due to a sudden rise in traffic, students can make use of these resources to check their scores.
Checking CBSE Class 10 Term I Result Using Digilocker?
Looking at past trends it is evident that CBSE has published its Class 10 and 12 results on this platform. So, it wouldn’t be surprising if it does so for the academic year 2021-22. To check their Class 10 Term I Board Exam Results 2021-22, students can use the steps given below –
Step 1: Open the Play Store or Apps Store on smartphone and download the Digilocker application. In the case of a desktop, simply visit digilocker.gov.in. It is recommended to install the app a few minutes prior to the result announcement.
Step 2: Open the application and sign in to access the DigiLocker account. Enter the same mobile number registered with CBSE and the security pin displayed on the screen.
Step 3: After filling-in those details, submit them to get the One Time Password (OTP) received on the registered mobile number to log-in.
Step 4: On successfully logging-in to Digilocker, click on the CBSE option to access the Class 10 Term I Board Exam Results 2021-22.
Step 5: Again, enter the details such as Academic Year and Roll Number before clicking on the “Get Document” option.
Step 6: Scorecard or marksheet will be displayed on the screen. Take a screenshot of the document for future use or reference.
Overview of CBSE Class 10 Term I Result
This year, the Class 10 Term I Board Exams 2021-22 was conducted during the November-December 2021 period. The exams were held in the offline mode wherein students had to identify and mark the right option for each question in their answer sheet. The paper comprised of objective-based questions centred around 50% of the total syllabus. The remaining syllabus will be covered in the Term 2 board exams scheduled during the March-April 2022 period.
CBSE is yet to announce the Class 10 Term II Board Exam 2021-22 schedule. However, they are showing all signs of conducting these exams on a nationwide level. Term II exams will be theoretical or subjective in natureas opposed to the objective pattern in Term I.