CBSE 10th 2024 revaluation process starts, apply like this

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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CBSE 10th Revaluation 2024 Application: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started the revaluation process for students who have recently declared their class 10 results. Students who are not satisfied with their mark sheets can now get their marks verified, photocopied and re-evaluated. You can apply by visiting. The application steps are given on the official website. Students are advised to apply only after reading the notification. Because wrong form filled by any student will not be accepted.

You can apply till 24th May
Students can apply for verification of marks for class 10th CBSE 2024 result till May 24. At the same time, students can apply for photocopies of answer sheets on June 4 and 5. As per the information shared by the board, the process of revaluation will begin. Starting from June 9th.

How to Apply for CBSE 10th Revaluation 2024

  • First of all go to the official website.
  • After this click on 10th Revaluation 2024.
  • After this fill the details like school, number, roll number, subject etc. and submit.
  • – Now pay the fees and submit.
  • Now download a copy of the form and keep it with you.

This time 93.6 percent students have passed
This year, a total of 93.6 percent students have passed CBSE class 10th. Which is slightly more than last year's 93.12 percent. This time, 2.04 percent more girls passed than boys. The overall pass percentage of girls was 94.75 percent, while the overall pass percentage of boys was 92.71 percent. Apart from this, the passing percentage of transgender students has increased from 90 percent last year to 91.3 percent this year.

This is how you can download CBSE 10th result 2024

  • First of all go to the official website.
  • After this click on 10th 2024 link.
  • Enter personal details and submit.
  • CBSE 10th result 2024 will come.
  • Download and keep a copy of CBSE 10th Result 2024 with you.

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