Updated: July 30, 2021 5:53:32 pm
RBSE BSER Rajasthan Board 10th Result 2021: The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) declared the result of class 10 examinations, 2021 today at 4 pm. As soon as the results were declared at 4 pm, the result links at the official websites remained inactive but are now operational. Students can check their results on the official websites at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in, rajresults.nic.in. The Secondary (class 10) exams were cancelled this year due to the outbreak of the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The official website is down due to heavy load, we suggest candidates to keep checking this page for latest updates.
Overall, pass percentage stands at 99.56 per cent which is higher than previous year’s 80.63 per cent. A total of 99.62 per cent girls have passed while the pass percentage for boys stands at 99.51 per cent.
RBSE Class 10 results 2021: How to check on website
Step 1: Visit the official website – rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the “Result of Secondary (class 10) exam 2021” tab.
Step 3: Enter the necessary details to log in like roll number, registration number,
Step 4: The result will appear on the screen
Step 5: The result will appear on the screen
RBSE Class 10 results 2021: How to check result offline
To check the result on phone, students will have to follow the below-given steps:
Step 1: Type RESULT<space>RAJ10<space>roll number
Step 2: Send it to 56263.
Last year, out of 11.52 lakh students, 9.29 lakh had cleared the Rajasthan Board class 10 examination. The pass percentage of the RBSE class 10 result was 80.63 per cent in 2020. To clear the RBSE class 10 exams, students needed to obtain at least 33 per cent marks in each subject. For subjects having different theoretical and practical aspects, students had to clear both the exams separately.
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