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CBSE extends passing criteria relaxation for class 10 students

Published on Oct 10 2018 | Updated on Oct 10 2018
CBSE extends passing criteria relaxation for class 10 students
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education is extending the scheme of a student requiring to score an aggregate 33% in theory-practical combined to qualify the Class X Board exams for March 2019 exams as well.
CBSE is likely to make it a policy decision for Class X exams so that all subsequent exams will have the same passing criteria.
CBSE earlier this year announced that students don’t have to pass theory and practical exams separately. As a special consideration only for the 2018 board exam, students required to score an aggregate 33% in theory-practical combined to be declared successful.
According to the CBSE source, “The Board has decided to extend this scheme further and is also taking is up as a policy decision so that this scheme is extended to all Class X exams henceforth.”

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