CBSE 10th Result 2019

 CBSE Board 10th Result 2019 


CBSE 10th Results are announced. Scroll down to get the link to check Result.

  • CBSE 10th Result was available on the official website -

  • Result of CBSE Board Class 10th Exams was released on 06th May 2019.

  • Link to check results will be available under the Recent Announcement section.

  • Candidates are advised to be in touch with the website to get the latest update regarding Result.

CBSE 10th Result 2019 Highlights:

Examination Name

CBSE 10th Board Examination 2019

CBSE Board Exam Dates 

21st Feb 2019 to 29 March 2019

CBSE 10th Result Date 2019

06th May 2019

Official Website

<<Click Here to check CBSE 10th Result>>

Steps to check CBSE 10th Result 2019:

 Steps to be followed by the Candidate to access his/her CBSE Board Exam Result



Step 1

Visit the official website of CBSE 10th Board Result i.e.

Step 2

Click on "Click for CBSE Results".

CBSE 10th Result

Step 3

New window pops up with a link to check Class 10th Result.

CBSE 10th Result 2019

Step 4

Candidates are required to enter Roll No., D.O.B, School No. and Centre No.

CBSE Class 10th Result 2019

Step 5

Once details are filled click on "submit" button

Step 6

CBSE 10th Result 2019 will be displayed on the screen

Step 7

Check, Download and take a printout of the Result for future reference.

 Details on CBSE 10th Result Board Exam 2019 :

  • Name of subjects including compulsory and optional

  • Maximum marks

  • Marks obtained 

  • A grand total marks

  • Percentage marks

  • Grades 

Previous year Class 10th CBSE Board Exam analysis:


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FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions) for CBSE 10th Result:

Are the grades of class 10th and class 12th combined for CGPA?

No, Grades of class 10th and class 12th are not combined for CGPA. CGPA grade is allotted in class 10th based on your academic and overall performance and reflected in ‘Grade Sheet Cum Certificate of Performance’. 

What is the major difference between School-based examination and Board based examination?

Exams conducted by school and Board are same. Answer copies of a board-conducted examination are centrally evaluated at designated centers whereas those of school-based, by school teachers based on a marking scheme, set by board.

How do I deal with exam-related stress?

Recognize your strengths and weaknesses and start analyzing.

Challenge your thoughts every now and then.

Set realistic goals like completing 80 pages day and work hard to achieve it.

This will surely boost your confidence and will improve your mindset. 

Remember Mindset is everything. if you won the battle in your mind you have actually won.

Would School show the answer sheet for class IX and X to the students?

Schools are advised to show answer sheet to the students for their satisfaction however, they may take it back for their record purpose. 

Which Stream to opt for after X class?

There are 3 streams for which you can opt Arts, Commerce, and Science. Select the field in which you want to make career. for eg: if you want to pursue your career in Medical line opt for Science (Non- medical) or if you want to go for the hospitality industry like Hotel Management opt for Arts.

What are the courses which I can go for if I opt for Science Stream?

After passing your XII in science stream there is a vast ocean of opportunities in front of you. A student can either go for engineering, medical, Architecture, Dental, Computer, Pharmacy    

What are the courses which I can go for if I opt for commerce Stream?

If you opt for Commerce you can go for Management courses like BBA, or else you can start your own businesses you will be more aware of the management.

What are the courses which I can go for if I opt for Arts Stream?

If you opt for Art Stream again you have a vast ocean of opportunities in front of you. The student can go for Law, Government exams.

How are the question papers set?

The questions are framed, examined and finalized in two stages. In the first stage, CBSE sets up a four or five-member committee, comprising school and college teachers, for each subject.

The committee prepares a question bank, arranges them into three sets of question papers for Delhi schools and the rest of the country and overseas schools.

Again in the next stage, an expert committee constituted by the CBSE checks and verifies the credibility of question paper with respect to laid-down standards by the board. They check the various parameters such as syllabus, difficulty level and length of the paper. During the process utmost secrecy is maintained by the committee.

Can a student be detained from appearing in Board examination?

As mentioned in the Rule 15 of the Examination Bye-Laws. It clearly states that Heads of affiliated schools can not detain eligible candidates from appearing for the examination except in the case of shortage of attendance of the student.