CBSE 10th Result 2020 – Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announce CBSE class 10 Result 2020. The result for CBSE 10th class is announced online, on cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. It has been declared in login and roll number, school number, center number, and admit card id are needed to check it. In CBSE 10th result, details of candidates, subjects, marks in theory, marks in practical positional grade, etc are mentioned. You can learn how to check CBSE 10th result 2020, details in it, and more information from this page.
Latest: CBSE 10th revaluation / re-checking 2020 form to release on July 20. Click here for more details on this.
CBSE 10th Pass Percentage and Highlights
- Girls have out shined the boys.
- The pass percent of girls is 93.31 and the pass percentage of boys is 90.14.
- Pass Percentage of Transgender: 78.95%.
- 8.02% students have been placed in compartment.
School wise pass percentage
Region-wise Pass percentage
|Region||Pass percentage (%)|
CBSE 10th Result 2020
Around 18 lakh candidates applied for CBSE 2020 exams. The class 10th exams were held in 5376 centers and 788195 girls, 1101664 boys and 19 transgenders students appeared for the exam. Check important dates for CBSE class 10th result 2020 from the table below.
|CBSE 10th Result 2020||Important Dates|
|CBSE 10th exam date 2020||15 Feb – 20 Mar 2020|
|CBSE 10th result date||By 15 Jul 2020|
|Verification of marks link opens on||By 17 or 18 Jul 2020|
|Last date to submit verification of marks||05 days after opening of the link (5:00 PM)|
|Request for obtaining photocopy of answer sheet begins on||17th day after the declaration of result|
|Last date for applying with fee for obtaining photocopy of answer book||22nd day after declarattion of result (5:00) PM)|
|Link for LOC for 1st chance compartment / form for private candidates 1st / 3rd chance starts on||On the day of the declaration of result|
|Last date to submit the form for compartment||6 Jun 2020|
New Terms Added in CBSE 10th Marksheet
This year, to lessen the mental stress of the students, CBSE has decided to remove words like ‘Fail’ and ‘Compartment’ from the mark sheet. The new terms which students will see in their class 10th mark sheet are –
- RW – It stands for ‘Result withheld’. Due to any reason like technical error, unfair use of means, etc, if the result is withheld, this will be mentioned.
- XXXX – It means ‘Improvement’. Students who appeared for 6 subjects and failed in one subject can appear for improvement. However, it is not compulsory to appear for the improvement exam as the student is still considered ‘pass’ in the board exam.
- COMP – Those who do not score the minimum passing criteria in one subject are placed in ‘Compartment’.
- ER – The word fail has been removed from ER which stands for ‘Essential Re-appear’. Those who are given ER have to appear for the CBSE board exams for all the subjects.
Other key abbreviation mentioned on the CBSE 10th marksheet are –
- ABST – Absent
- NE – Not Eligible
- UFM – Unfair means
- SJD – Subjudice
- NR – Not Registered.
CBSE 10th Compartment Result 2020
In case if a student does not pass in one or two subjects, the board gives them another chance to pass the exam. CBSE conducts compartment exam for these students. To apply for CBSE 10th compartment exam, students will need to fill the application form online. The board releases a separate date sheet and admit card for the students appearing in the compartment exam. To check CBSE class 10th compartment result 2020, students will need details like roll number, date of birth, admit card id, etc.
CBSE Class 10th Revaluation / Rechecking Result 2020
What if any student is not satisfied with their marks obtained? To do so, students can apply for revaluation / rechecking. CBSE class 10 revaluation/ rechecking application forms released soon after the declaration of the result. All those students who are not satisfied with the marks obtained or have any doubt apply for the same. Any improvement in the marks reflected in the final result. To check the final CBSE 10th result 2020, you will need roll number to log in.
Notification for CBSE 10th Schedule and Processing Fee for Verification Photocopy and Revaluation of Marks
A notice regarding the schedule for CBSE Class 10th verification and revaluation of marks has been released. Candidates have to pay the following amount of fee to apply for rechecking or to obtain the photocopy of the answer sheet.
|Verification of marks||Rs. 500|
|Obtaining photocopy of answer books for Class 10th||Rs. 500 per subject|
|Revaluation||Rs. 100 per question|
|LOC for Compartment Form for private candidates (in india)||Rs. 300 per subject|
|LOC for Compartment Form for private candidates (outside india)||Rs. 2000 per subject|
6 Methods to Check CBSE 10th Result 2020?
There are many different ways by which a student can check their CBSE 10th result 2020. Some of these are listed below.
- From the official website of CBSE.
- Through SMS.
- Through Call or IVRS.
- Using digilocker.
- From Umang app.
- From School
Below we have explained for the students process to check the result via each of the the above listed ways.
How to Check CBSE 10th Result 2020 via Official Website?
Students can check their result for CBSE class 10th by simply following the instructions as provided below.
Step 1: Click on the direct link on this page to check CBSE 10th result. It shall lead to a new login, which looks as shown below.
Step 2: Next, the students have to log in, by entering following details:
- Roll Number
- School Number
- Center Number
- Admit Card ID
Enter these details as mentioned in the CBSE 10th admit card.
Step 3: After this click on the ‘submit’ button.
Step 4: Once you submit the login details, your result will appear on the screen.
Step 5: Check the details provided in your result, and lastly you may download or take a print out of it for future reference.
How to Check CBSE Class 10th Result 2020 on Digilocker?
The other way to check CBSE 10th result 2020 online is by using digilocker. Digilocker is just like an account of an individual from where you can access the result too. To do so, follow the steps as given below.
Step 1: Firstly visit the link digilocker.gov.in or click on the direct link on this page.
Step 2: Next, you will able to see the list of instructions. Go through them carefully and click on the login to get certificates.
Step 3: After this, a login window appears on the screen. Log in using your username sent to you by CBSE on your registered mobile number.
Step 4: In case you are first time user then your password will be your mother’s first name same as mentioned on your admit card followed by the last four digits of your roll number. For example, if your mother’s name is Prabha Joshi and your roll number is 1234567 then your password would be prabha4567.
Step 5: You can also log in by verifying your aadhar number.
Step 7: After successful login you able to check your result easily.
Apart from checking out the result online, students can also access their certificates digitally through DigiLocker in future.
How to Check CBSE 10 Result 2020 on Umang Application?
Another option you have is the Umang application. Just like Microsoft app you can install this and check your result online.
1st Step- Firstly install the Umang Application from the google play store.
2nd Step- After this, click on the 10th/ 12th tab appear on the screen.
3rd Step- Now click on the ‘Results’ section. A login window will open.
4th Step- Select your class, year and enter your roll number and date of birth. Click on the submit button and check your result carefully.
How to Get CBSE Class 10th Result 2020 through IVRS / SMS?
If not able to check the result through these you can also go for the Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) or SMS method.
To check result via SMS:
Enter <Class 10>space<Roll Number>space<Admit Card ID> and send it to 7738299899
To check result via IVRS:
Call at 24300699: if local of Delhi
Call at 011-24300699: if from any other state.
IVRS is a interactive voice response system. Through it, your CBSE 10th result 2020 shall be narrated to you.
CBSE Result 2020: Board will Not Release Merit List
This year, the central board is not release merit list for CBSE 10 and 12 result 2020. ICSE did the same thing and did not release the merit list. However, CBSE is considering this for now.
Why the boards are not releasing the merit list – The reason why the boards are not releasing the merit list for class 10 and 12 is because this year, the result is being calculated on the basis of the evaluation method. Hence, announcing the merit list makes no sense.
CBSE 10th Result 2020 New Assessment Scheme
Since CBSE had to cancel few examination for class 10th, the board will calculate result a bit differently. Here are the details of the new CBSE assessment scheme.
The CBSE result 2020 shall be announced on the basis of performance in the exams which have been held.
For students who appeared in more than 3 subjects – The board will calculate the average marks obtains in best of 3 subjects. The average marks secured in these 3 subjects will be awarded in the subjects whose exam have not been conducted.
For students who appeared only in 3 subjects – The average marks in the best of 2 subjects will be awarded.
- Check here to check the complete CBSE 10th result 2020 new assessment scheme.
What is CBSE Class 10th Passing Marks?
For promoting students of class 10th to class 11th, it is necessary that students for all subjects (or best 5 if 6 subjects are taken) should obtain 33% overall. Earlier in the year 2018, the board granted an exemption for the students as they went through the old CCE system. However, later in the year 2019 CBSE later extended this relief for students.
Ques: What happens if a student does not get minimum passing marks?
Ans. If a student does not manage to pass up to two subjects, they shall be allowed to write for the compartment exam in those subjects. Those who fail the compartment exam, or those who fail in three or more subjects, will have to rewrite all the subjects taken in the next year.
Grading Policy in CBSE Class 10th Exam 2020
For class 10th exam, CBSE (along with the marks obtained) also includes the grade obtained by the student. Consequently, the cut off required to obtain a particular grade vary every year. Students can check the grading system for class 10th exam from the table below.
|A1||Top 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|A2||Next 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|B1||Next 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|B2||Next 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|C1||Next 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|C2||Next 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|D1||Next 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|D2||Last 1/8 of passed students in that subject|
|E||Failed students (in either theory, practical or overall)|
Minimum cut off – To obtain a particular grade in the CBSE 10th board exam, students shall have to obtain the minimum cut off. As per the year 2018, the minimum cut off required shall be as follows:
|Grade||English Language & Literature||Mathematics||Science||Social Science||Bengali||Hindi||French|
|D2||33 (minimum for all subjects)|
Details On CBSE Class 10th Result 2020
The result for CBSE Class 10th exam 2020 consists of the following information:
- 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
Sample image of CBSE Class 10th result is given below…
How to get CBSE 10th Marksheet 2020?
Those who qualify the exam will be then issued the marksheet and other certificates from their respective school. This year, the board will provide digital marksheet to the students, however, once the situation gets better, the students may collect it from their school. Students can use the digital mark sheet or all future purposes as it will be considered valid at every platform. It can be downloaded from the DigiLocker app. It is a cloud-based platform of Government of India’s for issuance and verification of documents & certificates digitally.
How to Download CBSE 10th Marksheet from DigiLocker App?
To download the digital marksheet, students may follow the instructions as provided below:
- First of all students will need to create an account on DigiLocker at digilocker.gov.in.
- To create an account, enter mobile number after which an OTP will be sent on your mobile phone.
- Verify your account and then set Username and Password for the account.
- Now, go to the ‘Profile’ page and Sync Aadhar Number with your account. If the DigiLocker Account is already created using Aadhar Number, there is no need not to sync again.
- Click on ‘Pull Partner Documents’ button in the left sidebar. After this in the next screen you will see there two dropdowns: In the first dropdown, there is “‘Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi’ and in the second drop down there is an option for Marksheet i.e. HSC/ SSC Marksheet/ Migration or Passing etc.
- Now, enter the required details such as Year of Passing and Roll Number.
- Lastly, the students can download the marksheet.
What After CBSE Class 10th Result is Announced?
After the CBSE class 10th result 2020 is announced, students who pass the exam can then collect their mark sheet. It is to be collected by the students from their respective school. Further, after the result is announced, the next task for the student is to select their stream. It is important that the students should select their stream based on their interest. You can take discuss this with your parents, teacher or guardians who can guide you better for this.
CBSE Class 10 Result Statistics
Every year more than lakhs of students register and appear for CBSE class 10 exams. The overall performance of the students of the year can be analysed by the overall statistics. Students can take a look at the previous year result statistics below.
|Total no. of students appeared||17,61,078|
|Overall pass percentage||91.10%|
|Girls pass percentage||92.45%|
|Boys pass percentage||90.14%|
|Top district – 1st position||Trivandrum|
|Top district – 2nd position||Chennai|
CBSE Class 10th past year year statistics
CBSE Class 10 2020 Toppers List
With the declaration of CBSE Class 10th result 2020, the list of the toppers is also announced. Last year, a total of 13 students secured a total of 499 marks out of 500. Students can check the name of the previous year toppers below.
- Siddhant Pengoriya
- Divyansh Wadhwa
- Yogesh Kumar Gupta
- Ankur Mishra
- Vatsal Varshney
- Aryan Jha
- Tarun Jain
- Bhavana N Sivadas
- Ish Madan
- Divjot Kaur Jaggi
- Apoorva Jain
- Shivani Lath
About Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
CBSE is the academic board responsibile for conducting the class 10th and 12th exams annually. It ia a national level board for the regular as well as private students. UP Board of High School and Intermediate Education is the first education board to be set up in India in 1921. For the curriculum of class 10th and 12th CBSE only asked to follow the NCERT pattern. There are total 20,299 schools in India under CBSE and 228 schools in 28 other foreign countries.
FAQs on CBSE 10th Result 2020
Ques. How to check CBSE 10th result 2020?
Ans. To check class 10th result online students need to enter their roll number, date of birth, centre number, school number and the admit card id. Other than this, you can also check your result by SMS, Microsoft, Google, etc.
Ques. Is CBSE 10th result released name wise?
Ans. No, CBSE class 10th result shall not be declared name wise.
Ques. What are the ways to check the result online.
Ans. There are various ways to check CBSE 10th result online either by visiting its official website, or through microsoft app, or umang app or through SMS.
Ques. How do we receive the marksheets and the certificates?
Ans. Students can collect their marksheets and the certificates digitally through digilocker or by visiting the respective schools and collect manually.
Ques. What are the passing marks in CBSE 10th exam 2020?
Ans. The board has set the minimum passing marks criteria for class 10th students. To be declared as qualified, students need to obtain 33 per cent marks in each subject and overall aggregate to clear 10th Board Exam.
Ques. What happens if I fail in CBSE 10th board exam 2020?
Ans. In case if a student fails in one or two subjects, the board holds compartment exam for them. However, due to COVID-19 situation, there is no confirmed news whether board will conduct the compartment exam or not.
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