CBSE 10th Board Result

 CBSE 10th Result 2019

  • About: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) located at New Delhi (founded on 3 November 1962) is a Board of education public and private schools, under the union Govt. of India.

  • Availability: The CBSE 10th result 2019 will be available on the official website of CBSE. The Candidates need to go to the official website of the board to check out their CBSE 10th result 2019.

  • Credentials: To check the CBSE 10th Result 2019 the candidates are required to enter their credentials that is Roll Number in the Result section to see their CBSE 10th Result.

  • From the notification section of the official website CBSE 10th result 2019 date can be obtained once the board exam is over.
  • Tentative Time: For all the subjects the CBSE 10th result 2019 will be declared in the Month of May 2019. If there is any change in the date for the publishment of the CBSE 10th result then same will be notified to the students well in advance.

  • Many private and Govt. schools are affiliated under the CBSE board. CBSE Board worked under the union govt. of India. And hence these govt. school's students can download CBSE 10th result 2019 from the official website by following the below steps mentioned.

  • Candidates are advised to download the board exam result from the official website. We are providing all the important information and easy steps to get CBSE 10th result 2019

  • All the Board schedule matriculation main/final examination in the month of Feb / March 2019.

  • Students who are going to appear in the 10th Exam are suggested to regularly check the official website for their board exam result. Below we have also given steps to check the CBSE 10th Result 2019.

  • Students are advised to be in touch with the website to get the CBSE 10th Result 2019 date.

CBSE 10th Result 2019 Highlights:

Below we have given the highlight for the CBSE 10th result for the year 2019 board examination which will help students to understand the schedule of the exam as well as CBSE 10th result date 2019 publishment.

Examination Name

CBSE 10th Board Examination 2019

CBSE Board Exam Dates (Updated)

21st Feb 2019 to 29 March 2019

CBSE 10th Result Date 2019 (Tentative)

29th May 2019

Official Website

cbse.nic.in


 Steps to check CBSE 10th Result 2019:

Once the CBSE 10th result 2019 date are announced candidates can visit the website and access the CBSE 10th result of board examination.

Steps

Process

Step 1

Go to the official website of CBSE 10th Board Result i.e. cbse.nic.in

Step 2

Click on the link available for the CBSE 10th Result

Step 3

 Click on the link for CBSE Result at the page.

Step 4

Enter the required details in the fields provided

Step 5

Enter Your "Roll Number/Roll Code"/ "Enter Name" in the Specified fields

Step 6

Click on "submit"

Step 7

CBSE 10th result 2019 will be displayed on the screen

Step 8

Check, Download and take a printout of the Result for further use.


 CBSE 10th Result Analysis of Previous Year:

We are giving the data of the result of the year 2018. The data it can be analyzed about how much the cbse 10th result 2019 board examination will vary.

CBSE 10th Result Last Year Statistics

Total number of students 1667573
Boys Pass Percentage 93.04%
Girls Pass Percentage  92.05
Passing percentage 90.95%

 


Steps to download CBSE Board Exam Result 2019:

Follow the Below steps preciously to get the CBSE 10th result 2019:

Step 1: Visit the official website at CBSE results.nic.in

Step 2: Now click the specific link for the CBSE 10th Result 2019.

Step 3: You will receive a checkbox request.

Step 4: Enter the Roll No. name by correct details and click on submit.

Step 5: Your result will be available on your screen.

Step 6: CBSE Board also provides the facility for getting the scorecard through mobile message service. The details to get the result via message will be shared by board shortly.

Note: Students can also check the CBSE 10th results name wise and more details will be given by the board once the CBSE 10th result 2019 date is out.


Details on CBSE 10th Result Board Exam 2019 :

  • The name of subjects including compulsory and optional.

  • The maximum marks

  • Marks obtained by you

  • A grand total of your marks

  • Percentage of your marks

  • Grades are given if required


Previous Year Result’s Observations and Expected Result:

Year

Overall Pass %

No. of Students

Boys %

Girls %

2013

97.86

6,99,235

97.16

97.50

2014

98.19

7,41,863

97.98

98.48

2015

98.76

7, 91,294

98.64

98.94

2016

96.21

9, 40,228

98.74

99.06

2017

90.95

16,67,573

85.63

91.03

2018

92.95

18,67,573

87.63

93.03

 


How to Calculate percentage for CBSE 10th Result 2019:

The applicants can calculate their CBSE 10th result by following these procedures given below:

The formula to calculate overall CGPA:

CGPA = Sum of Grade Points (main 5 subjects) divided by 5

Calculate percentage from CGPA, simply multiply it with 9.5 such as:

CGPA = 9.4, overall percentage is: 9.4 x 9.5 = 89.3 % Marks.

follow the above steps to calculate the CBSE 10th result 2019.


Important Points for CBSE 10th Result :

Content Result Date
CBSE 10th result 2019 Date (Tentative) 29 May 2019
  • Download the result from the official website.

  • Take a printout of the result for further use.

  • Candidates should check all the details to be correct in their result.

  • After checking the result, 10th passed students are advised to keep in touch with the schools in which they need to take admission for 11th class.

  • Choose your stream, course, college carefully as it will decide your future.

  • Follow the recent update provided by the board to know the CBSE 10th result 2019 date.

FAQ's (Frequently asked questions) and their Answers 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 as prescribed by CBSE. The only difference is that students of school-conducted examination appear in their own school whereas those of Board conducted appear in the allotted center. 

The answer copies of the board-conducted examination are centrally evaluated at designated centers whereas those of school-based, by the school teachers based on the marking schemes, set by the Board.

How do I deal with exam-related stress?

Recognize your strengths and weaknesses and start analyzing. Once you will closely analyze your thoughts you will come to know how unrealistic your thoughts were!

Challenge your thoughts then and now.

Set realistic goals for say 1day or even for 6 hours 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.

What if I didn't do well in the board exam?

firstly, Stop Criticizing yourself. You gave your best in the board exams, help yourself to get out from that negative thoughts.

Put yourself in an analyzer position and then think. for eg: if your best friend didn't perform well in CBSE board exam, what will you do?.. probably you would emphasize his good points and help him put the situation in perspective. Right?

How is CGPA calculated?

The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the average of Grade Points obtained in all the subjects (excluding additional 6th subject) as per Scheme of Studies. An indicative equivalence of Grade Point and percentage of marks is computed as follows:

      Subject wise indicative percentage of marks =9.5x GP of the subject

      Overall indicative percentage of marks =9.5x CGPA

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

Schools are adviced to show the 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 from which you can go for 1. (Arts, Commerce, and Science) Never think that whichever field is easy and scoring I will go for that. no absolutely wrong! think for the long term.

In which field you want to make your 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, B.com 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.

In the second stage, the questions are checked by an expert committee constituted by the CBSE to see if laid-down standards have been followed with regard to the syllabus, difficulty level and length of the paper. The question sets are then finalized by the committee maintaining utmost secrecy

Has the Board fixed any age criteria to appear in class X examination?

No, the Board has not fixed any minimum/maximum age to appear in the class-10th examination.

Can a student be detained from appearing in Board examination?

As per Rule 15 of the Examination Bye-Laws in no case Heads of affiliated schools can detain eligible candidates from appearing at the examination except in the case of shortage of attendance of the student.


 
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