CBSE Result 2020 – Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is responsible for declaring CBSE 10th, 12th result 2020. It is declared online at cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in. To check the result, students need to log in using roll number, school number, centre number and date of birth. It consists of personal details of the students as well as exam details like subject-wise marks obtained, result status, etc. To be declared as qualified, students need to obtain 33 percent marks in each subject. Qualifiers in the exam need to collect their original marksheet from their school. Check more details on CBSE result 2020 from this page.
CBSE Result 2020
About 30 lakh students registered for CBSE board exams 2020, out of which 12 lakh students registered for class 12th whereas for class 10th about 18 lakh students registered. Check the schedule for declaration of CBSE result 2020 from the table below.
|CBSE 10th result 2020||Important Dates|
|Exam Dates||15 Feb – 20 Mar 2020|
|Result Declaration||15 Jul 2020|
|CBSE 12th result 2020||Important Dates|
|Exam Dates||15 Feb – 30 Mar 2020|
|Result Declaration||13 Jul 2020|
How to Check CBSE Result 2020?
To check the CBSE class 10th, 12th result 2020 from the official website, you may follow the instructions as provided below.
Step 1: Click on the direct link on this page to check CBSE exam results.
Step 2: Next, the students have to login by providing details –
- Roll number.
- School number.
- Centre number.
- Date of birth.
- Admit card number.
Step 3: Click on the ‘submit’ button after which your result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 4: Lastly, you can download and take a print out of the same for future reference.
In 2020, a total number of 18,89,878 and 12,06,893 students have registered from class 10 and 12 respectively. Out of these, 7,88,195 are girls, 11,01,664 are boys and 19 are transgender from class 10th. Whereas in class 12th, 5,22,819 are girls, 6,84,068 are boys and 6 are transgender.
CBSE 10th Result 2020
Every year, lakhs of students appear for class 10th examination. CBSE conducts the class 10th exams in the month of March usually. But this year, the exams are going to take place in the month of February. Once the exams are over, CBSE is going to start the evaluation of the answer scripts in the month of April followed with the announcement of the result in the month of May. To check the result, the students can follow the steps mentioned above.
Last year, class 10th result was out on May 06. A total of 17,74,299 students resgistered themselves for the exam. Out of these students, 17,61,078 students appeared and 16,04,428 students passed with a pass percentage of 91.10%. Trivandrum district topped the exam with 99.85% followed by Chennai and Ajmer with 99.00% and 95.89% respectively. Talking about the toppers, Siddhant Pengoriya secured first position with 499 marks out of 500.
CBSE 12th Result 2020
CBSE has declared class 12th result for all streams – Science, Arts and Commerce. To check the result, students need to login by entering details like roll number, school number, centre number, etc. Other than the official website, students can also check their result from Digilocker. The board cancelled the exam for the remaining papers due to rising COVID-19 cases, however, the students who want to improve their performance can appear for the exams later on if conducted by the board. A total of 1192961 students appeared for the exam out of which 88.78% students passed. Compared to the year 2019, the overall pass percentage for CBSE 12th result has been improved by 5%.
Passing Marks for CBSE 10th 12th Exam 2020
For the current academic session, CBSE has changed the exam pattern, marking scheme and passing criteria for class 10th and 12th students. As per the latest circular released by the CBSE, the subject wise list with the breakup of theory, practical and internal assessment is going to take place.
New Changes In Passing Marks: For the current academic session, the subjects for both the year are divided in three parts namely- theory, practical and internal assessments (projects, assignemnts etc). To clear the exam, the class 10th students have to score overall 33% individually in each subject (theory, practical and internal assessment). While class 12th students have to score 33% in theory and 33% in practical and internal assessment in addition to 33% marks in aggregate in each subject.
Previous Year Passing Marks: Until now, the class 10th and 12th subjects were divided into three parts- theory, practical and internal assessment. To qualify each subject, the students of class 10th and 12th had to score a minimum of 33% (combined for theory, practical and internal assessment). Along with this, there was no compulsion of clearing the theory and practical exams individually.
CBSE Reverification/ Revaluation Result
Once the result is out, some students are not happy with the marks they have scored. CBSE provides such students with a chance to get their answer script checked once again. Such students can either apply for reverification or revaluation. Reverification is the process of checking the whole answer script again to ensure that no question is left unchecked or unmarked. Whereas revaluation is the process of answer script again to ensure that the calculation is done correctly. To apply for the eithe process, the students need to submit the application fee along with the amount of application fee. After the completion of form, the result for the same releases on the official website.
Last year, CBSE released the application forms for class 10th from May 10 to June 01. However, the application forms for class 12th were available from May 04 to May 28. While the result for class 10th and 12th revaluation was out on June 14. CBSE released the revaluation and reverification result through official login and Parinam Manjusha (A CBSE Academic Repository), integrated with digilocker. The notification regarding the same was released on the official website of CBSE.
CBSE 10th And 12th Compartment Result 2020
The qualified students move to next level of education. But what if you are not able to clear the exam? Do not worry. CBSE provides such students with a second chance to clear the exam. Compartment exams are a second chance provided to the students who are not able to clear the exam in the first go. These exams take place in the first week of July. After the completion of the exam, the result for the same releases by the third week of July. Last year, the result for class 10th was out on July 24. Before this the compartment exam for class 12th was out on July 18.
Once the result for compartment exams is out, the students are provided with a chance to get their answer script checked again. To apply for the either process, the students have to fill the application form. After the completion of forms, CBSE will come up with the result for the same. Previously, the application forms were available in the month of July. While the result was out on November.
Central Board of Secondary Education
Central Board of Secondary Education is a national level board of education which came into existence on November 03, 1962. It is popularly known as CBSE. CBSE is responsible for education in all the private and public schools which are controlled and managed by Union Government of India. The examinations for class 10th and 12th are conducted in the month of March. After the completion of exams, the result for the same releases in the month of May. Apart from this, CBSE conducts the examinations for AIPMT, CTET and class 10th optional proficiency test. In 2014, CBSE became the largest exam conducting body in the state.
Official Website: cbse.nic.in
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