Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) is all set to announce the Class 10 state board results 2021 today, July 30, 2021, at 4:00 pm. Students can check their results on one of the two official portals – rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in and rajresults.nic.in. Apart from official portals, Class 10 results will also be hosted on third-party portals like indiatoday.in. However, to check their results, students will require their RBSE roll number. To get their roll numbers, students are advised to contact their school authorities and provide them with all the required details.
How to get RBSE Class 10 roll number for results?
This year, RBSE like other central and state boards could not conduct the Class 10 and 12 board exams. All because of the second wave of COVID-19. Therefore, students were not given their admit cards. Usually, these admit cards contain the roll number assigned by the concerned board. However, as admit cards were not released, students are clueless about their roll numbers.
Under such circumstances, students must contact their respective school authorities. They must provide the school with their name (with the exact spelling), section, school roll number etc. Thereafter, school authorities shall search the student’s name on the official portal and provide the RBSE roll number accordingly.
Steps to check RBSE Class 10 board exam results 2021?
Once the ruckus of finding the roll number is sorted, students can check their Class 10 board results by following the steps given below –
Step 1: Visit the official website of RBSE i.e., rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, candidate have to select the relevant link.
Step 3: After that they have to enter the roll number provided by RBSE and click on the ‘Submit’ option.
Step 4: Results will appear on the screen. Download or take a printout of the results for future usage.
Assessment criteria used by RBSE for Class 10
In the absence of Class 10 board exams, RBSE devised an alternate methodology to evaluate students. Accordingly, 45% weightage has been given to Class 8 board exams, 25% weightage to Class 9 marks and 10% weightage to Class 10 internal assessments.
Approximately 10 lakh students shall be evaluated based on this alternate methodology. Last year, the RBSE Class 10 pass percentage was 80.63%. However, this year, the pass percentage is expected to increase as results are being prepared based on an alternate assessment strategy.