How to check Class 10 result through CBSE website
Step 2: Click on the link for result 2020.
Step 3: Enter your roll number and date of birth.
Step 4: The result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Download the result and take a print out.
Scores can also be accessed through the DigiLocker and UMANG mobile applications and through interactive voice response system (IVRS).
CBSE will release the CBSE 10th result 2020 by July 15, 2020 on the official website. The Board has cancelled all the remaining examinations due to rising COVID19 pandemic. Students will be able to check their CBSE 10th Results 2020 using their admit card roll no., DOB, the centre, and school number by clicking on the link provided below. It must be noted that the CBSE Class 10th result 2020 released online is provisional. Students will be required to collect their original mark sheet and certificates from school.
Over 17 lakh students have registered for the CBSE 10th exams this year that was conducted between February 15 and March 19. The last examination of Computer Science was scheduled for March 20, which has now been cancelled. The examinations that were scheduled to be conducted in July for North East Delhi students have also been cancelled.
Last year, the CBSE 10th results were declared on May 6, 2019, and the number of students who appeared for the 10th class exam was 17,61,078.
CBSE 10th Result 2020 – Highlights
|Board Name||Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)|
|Exam Name||Secondary School Examination (CBSE 10th)|
|CBSE 10th Result Website||cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in|
|Exam Level||National Level|
|Number of students appeared||Approx 3.5 lakhs|
|Pass Percentage||91.1% in 2019|
CBSE 10th Exam – Important Dates
Students can check below the dates related to CBSE 10th Exam 2020.
|CBSE 10th exams||15-Feb-2020 to 18-Mar-2020|
|Remaining CBSE 10th examinations to be conducted||1-Jul-2020 to 15-Jul-2020 (For North East Delhi students) (Cancelled)|
|CBSE 10th Result to be declared||By July 15, 2020|
Steps to check CBSE 10th Result 2020 online
Students can follow the steps listed below to check their CBSE class 10 result 2020.
- Visit the official website at cbseresults.nic.in.
- Enter credentials like Roll no, DOB, school name, the centre no, admit card id, all of which is available on the admit card.
- Then click on ‘Submit’.
- The result of CBSE 10th 2020 gets displayed on the screen.
- Click on the download button or take a screenshot of the result.
Checking CBSE 10th result 2020 via SMS
To check the result of CBSE 10th conveniently, students are also given the option to check it by sending an SMS through their registered mobile number on 7738299XXX, in the given format:
CBSE10, Roll No., DOB, school number, centre number.
Steps to check CBSE 10th result 2020 via IVRS or call
IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System) is rolled out by CBSE so that students can get their 10th board result through a call by dialling the number- 24300699. Students just need to add the code of the area before calling this number.
Details mentioned on the CBSE 10th Result 2020
- Name of examination
- Board name
- Respective class
- Name of Student
- Roll Number
- Mother’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Date of Birth
- Subject Name
- Subject Code
- Theory Marks
- Practical Marks
- Total Marks
- Positional Grade
- Final Result- pass/ Not Pass
Using Digilocker to check CBSE class 10th result 2020
- Log in to Digilocker by using either the CBSE registered mobile number or student’s Aadhaar number
- It sends an OTP to the registered mobile number
- After entering the OTP, students will be able to generate their profile on Digilocker
- After successfully logging in, students will be able to view their CBSE 10th result 2020
How to calculate CGPA of CBSE 10th Class Result 2020
Students can calculate the CGPA by following the instructions given below:
- Add the scored grade points of all 5 subjects.
- After adding the grade points, divide the number by 5.
For example: your grade points for 5 subjects respectively= 8,8,7,9,8
Total= (8+8+7+9+8) = 40
Now average grade = 40/5
CGPA = 8
Looking at previous year trends can help one understand the pattern better. The statistics of appeared students and pass percentage helps in predicting result trends for class 10th board exams in 2020.
|Year||Number of students appeared||Overall pass percent||Girls pass percent||Boys pass percent|
The number of centres allotted for the conduct of CBSE 10th class board exam was 4,453 in 2019. Now, if we take a look at how various government institutions have performed, then this unprecedented rate of passed students is at an all-time high.
GOVT – 71.91%
KV – 99.47%
INDEPENDENT – 94.15%
GOVT AIDED- 76.95%
Revaluation or rechecking of CBSE 10th result 2020
After the release of the result, if a student doesn’t feel satisfied with his or her result then they can apply for revaluation or rechecking of their marks. Last year, the CBSE 10th revaluation results were released on June 14.
CBSE 10th Compartment Result 2020
The Board conducts compartmental exams every year for Class 10th students. This year, due to COVID19 pandemic, the Board will not conduct any compartmental exams.
Till last year, CBSE conducted CBSE compartment exams in August for the students who were unable to clear one or two subjects in the first attempt. The CBSE 10th Compartment Result were announced in the last week of August. One can check the result on the official website once they are out.
Region-wise distribution of CBSE 10th class pass percentage:
|Names of the regions||Pass percentage|
What after declaration of CBSE 10th result 2020
After the announcement of CBSE class 10 result, students will be required to collect the original marksheet from the school. Students will now be able to apply for an academic stream to study in class 11th and 12th from Science, Commerce and Arts.
CBSE Class 10th Result 2020 – FAQs
Q: When will the results of CBSE 10th be announced this year?
A: The CBSE Class 10th result 2020 will be released by July 15, 2020.
Q: Can I check CBSE Result 2020 using Microsoft SMS Organizer?
A: No. Microsoft has discontinued its CBSE Result service using SMS Organizer starting this year. The service was provided until 2019.
Q: Does the marksheet mention the CGPA?
A: Yes, the result card mentions the CGPA.
Q: What if I’m unable to check the result online after it is released?
A: As soon as the results are declared online, a number of students log on the website to check their result. This causes traffic and brings down the speed. It is advised that students visit the official website regularly after some intervals to access their results.
Q: How can I file for answer reviews to CBSE?
A: The CBSE gives a specific time and date for filing reviews with a certain fee. Once your doubt is confirmed to be true, the money is refunded by the CBSE.
Q: Is the online result card valid?
A: Yes, the online report card is valid. You may also go to Digilocker and extract your result from there. It is electronically signed and valid as the original hardcopy.
Q: Is viewing files on Digilocker safe?
A: Digilocker is a government initiative to provide a seamless connection between multiple departments and the issued certificates. It is entirely secure.
Q: Can I contact the CBSE for revaluation of my marks?
A: In case you feel you have not been awarded the right marks, you may file the review answer sheet through the above-mentioned process.
Q: When can I get the original copy of mark sheets?
A: The original hardcopy is sent to the schools. You may collect it from your school within one month from the declaration of the results.
Q: How to get the migration certificate?
A: The CBSE sends it to the schools. Make sure you collect it from there.
Q: My name is misspelt in the result card. What should I do?
A: Although this is a rare scenario, you should immediately contact the school and the CBSE regional office for correction.
Q: What if I am unable to clear the CBSE Class 10 exam in the first attempt?
A: Candidates who are unable to secure pass marks in one or more subjects will have to appear for the Compartment exams, which are expected to be held in the last week of August, after the declaration of result.