CBSE Board 10th Class Result 2020 – The Central Board of Secondary Education might release CBSE 10th result with a delay of two to three months. According to the latest update, the remaining Class 10 board examinations have been cancelled in view of the increasing COVID-19 cases. This decision was informed to the Supreme Court (SC) by the Centre and CBSE. The SC has also accepted the revised assessment scheme submitted by the CBSE. Earlier, these exams were scheduled to be held between 1st July 2020 and 15th July 2020. Students should bookmark this page to get latest updates on CBSE board 10th result 2020. The result of CBSE class 10th will be available on the official website i.e. cbseresults.nic.in. Apart from the official web portal, students can also check their CBSE Board 2020 class 10th results through SMS or IVRS facility provided by the board.
Latest Update: The CBSE Class 10th Compartment examination results have been announced. Visit cbseresults.nic.in to check your results.
Pre-requisites to keep ready to check CBSE Board 10th class results 2020
In order to check the result for class 10th CBSE Board, a student will need the following pre-requisites ready:
The aforesaid details are mentioned on the admit cards of the students. Hence, students are advised to preserve their admit card until the declaration of CBSE 10th result 2020. After a few days of result announcement, students can collect their original mark sheets from their respective schools.
Talking about facts, we see every year around 15-16 lakhs students take the examination and the passing percentage varies every year and has positively increased overtime, Go through the complete article to clear facts and doubt on CBSE Board 10th class result 2020, Also keep checking the schedule given below for updates.
|CBSE 10th class examination start date||From 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020 (Cancelled)|
|Declaration of result||15th July 2020 (Announced)|
|Revaluation application date||Last week of May, 2020 (Delayed)*|
|CBSE 10th Compartment exam dates||September 22 to 30, 2020|
|CBSE 10th Compartment result||October 12, 2020|
*Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board will announce the details post lockdown after assessing the situation.
Over 15-16 lakh students across the nation will check their result. The server of the official website might go down due to overload on the result declaration date. Hence, CBSE has provided the facility to check the results on different platforms, such as
Below in article, students can find ways to access all these platforms to check their CBSE 10th result easily.
Now, in order to use the most common way, students need to visit the official website of CBSE www.cbseresults.nic.in, now, Enter the CBSE admit card number, roll number, date of birth, centre number and school number (as given on admit card). After submitting the details, the result will be available on the screen. Make sure to download your result and take printouts for future use.
A less known fact is that the CBSE board has now partnered with Google in order to provide the result through Google snippet. Follow the steps given below to exploit this service:
IVRS stands for Interactive Voice Response System. A student can use the IVRS call which is a chargeable service at 30 paise per minute for one roll number. To use this method, students will need to call on – 24300699 with the STD code of their area preceding this number.
Apart from all the above methods, students can also check their result through SMS. All that has to be done is sending an SMS through your registered number. Type “CBSE10 <> (roll number) <> (date of birth) <> (school number) <> (centre number)” and send it to 7738299899. The date of birth format needs to be in DDMMYYYY format. Once the SMS is delivered, the student will receive an SMS with the list of subjects along with their marks.
Class 10th students of CBSE board can get their result also from the Digilocker app or website i.e. digilocker.gov.in. The mobile application of Digilocker can be used to download the CBSE class 10th result 2020. After registering on Digilocker, students will get the account’s credential via SMS on their registered number.
It is further advised to students to check the details displaying on their CBSE Board 10th class result 2020. The details such as the name of the student, roll number, school name, subject name, grade, marks to be checked before taking a printout of the same. In any case of discrepancy, a student must inform the same to the board as 10th result is the first major accomplishment of the academic journey.
A student has to score a minimum grade higher than ‘E’ (equal to passing marks) in CBSE Board 10th Class 2020 to qualify the exam. In case a student doesn’t get the passing grades in a maximum of two subjects, he/ she should register for the CBSE compartment exam to retake the same paper(s).
Formula to convert CGPA into Percentage
After checking the result, students can convert their CGPA score into a percentage using a simple formula given below.
Percentage = CGPA X 9.5
For example, if CGPA of a student is 7.8 then percentage can be calculated by multiplying the CGPA score with 9.5. Hence the CGPA score of 7.8 will be equivalent to 74.1%.
CBSE Board declares the result in sync with ‘9 point grading system’ for each of the subjects and overall grade. Candidates must have a grade higher than E in order to qualify the CBSE Board 10th Class 2020. The grading system provided by CBSE is explained below:
|Grade||9 Point Grading System|
|A1||Top 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|A2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|B1||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|B2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|C1||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|C2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|D1||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
|D2||Next 1/8th of the passed candidates|
Now, let’s talk about the re-evaluation process of CBSE Board 10th class result 2020. In case a student is not satisfied with his/her result, he/she can request for a re-evaluation of the maximum three answer sheets. The verdict of rechecking or revaluation of answer sheets will be made available in June 2020 on the CBSE’s official website itself.
By any chance, if a student fails in one or two subjects, he/she can retake the examination by applying for the compartmental exam. The compartment examination shall be conducted by the CBSE for all such students across the nation. Due to changes in the main exam schedule, compartment exam of CBSE board class 10th were scheduled from 22nd to 30th September 2020 and the results for the same are announced on 12th October 2020.
Once the result for CBSE Board 10th class is announced, students will further have to opt for the stream which they wish to take in class 12th. Choice of a stream is not completely dependent on the wish of a student but also the marks obtained by them. The criteria of admission to streams (Science, Commerce and Humanity/Arts) are simplified as follows –
In the midst of current pandemic situation, the CBSE Class 10 Board Exam results were expected to get delayed by two to three months. As per the latest announcement made by the HRD minister, the results have been announced on 15th July 2020. The students can check their results on the official website.
If a candidate, unfortunately, fails in one or two subjects, he/she can take the compartment examination for that subject(s). It is expected that the CBSE will conduct the examination for the compartment in July 2020. However, amidst the current lockdown situation, the compartment examination may get delayed.
No, each student will have to enter their required credentials separately in order to get their grade card. The students are recommended to check their details in the grade card watchfully.
A student can also check their results using methods such as Google, IVRS, SMS, and Digilocker. Above in this article, the ways to use different platforms for CBSE 10th result 2020 have been explained.
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