Mistakes in 10th marksheet, now CBSE clarifies this


CBSE 10th result was released on 15 July. At the same time, when students received the marksheet, some mistakes were noted in it. These mistakes were about the date of birth. Know what CBSE has to say on this.

The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE released the class 10th result on July 15. At the same time, after the result was released, the students noticed mistakes in their marksheet.

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These mistakes have been made on the date of birth. Students say that such negligence was not expected from CBSE. Many students told, according to CBSE, they are born in 2020 and some are going to be born on 1 December 2020.

The date of birth of almost all the students is written wrong in the marksheet. At the same time, there has been a statement from CBSE that ‘all the marksheets have been corrected’.

Let us know, CBSE has uploaded the 10th marksheet on DigiLocker. At the same time, students and parents have expressed their displeasure on social media after making mistakes on the marksheet.

How were the results of 10th

CBSE 10th results were announced on 15 July. Results can be seen on CBSE website. According to the result, a total of 91.46 percent of the students have passed. Also, the percentage of girls is 93.31 percent and the result of boys is 90.14 percent. Trivandrum, Chennai and Bengaluru are included in the top three zones.



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