CBSE 10th Result 2020

CBSE 10th Result 2020Students of class 10th need to enter his/her roll number, date of birth and roll code to check results. All the eligible students appearing for board exams will get their provisional results online and should preserve the PDF until the original mark sheets are issued by the board.

CBSE Board 10th Result 2020

CBSE 10th result will be available on the official website of the board- cbse.nic.in and it is expected that CBSE board class 10th results will be released on 6th May 2020 (Tentative). Link to check results will be available under the Recent Announcement section on the official website of CBSE. Students are advised to keep track of the official website to get the latest updates regarding CBSE 10th result 2020. The CBSE 10th board exams for 2020 are expected to commence from 21st February 2020 (Tentative).

Content

  1. CBSE 10th Result 2020 Highlights
  2. How to check CBSE 10th Result 2020
  3. Details on CBSE 10th Result 2020
  4. When is CBSE 10th result 2020?

CBSE 10th Result 2020 Highlights

CBSE 10th Result 2020 Highlights

Examination Name

CBSE 10th Board Examination 2020

CBSE Board Exam Dates (Tentative)

  Feb 2020 

CBSE 10th Result Date (Tentative)

First week of May 2020

Official Website

cbse.nic.in

How to check CBSE 10th Result 2020

Steps to be followed by the student to access his/her CBSE 10th result 2020 is given below

Step 1: Visit the official website of CBSE 10th board- cbse.nic.in and click on "Click for CBSE Results" option.

CBSE 10th Result

Step 2: New window pops up with a link to check class 10th Result.

Step 3: Students are required to enter Roll no, Date of birth, School No. and Centre No.

 

CBSE Class 10th Result 2020

Step 4: Once details are filled click on the "Submit" button

Step 5: CBSE 10th result 2020 will be displayed on the screen

Step 6: Download and take a printout of the result for future reference.

Details on CBSE 10th Result 2020

Name of subjects including compulsory and optional

Maximum marks

Marks obtained 

Grand total marks

Percentage marks

Grades 

When is CBSE 10th result 2020?

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has confirmed the dates for board examinations for class 10th and 12th to be held in 2020. The board of secondary education is getting prepared for 2020 CBSE board examinations and it is likely to conduct the practical examinations for Class 10th in December and the main exam in February 2020 (Tentative). The previous year, CBSE board examinations were conducted from February 21st to March 29th, 2019. CBSE board is likely to conduct the practical examinations for class 12th in December and the main exam from February 15th, 2020 (Tentative) whereas CBSE 10th examinations were from February 15th to April 4th, 2019. 

CBSE result for class 10th result will be declared in the second week of May 2020 (Tentative). Last year CBSE 10th result was declared on 6th May 2019. And the CBSE result for the Class 12th will be released in the second or third week of May 2020 (Tentative). Student should have the credentials such as Roll no, date of birth, school no and centre no to check CBSE 10th result 2020. CBSE result will be available on cbseresults.nic.in

From previous year CBSE result, 16 lakh students appeared for the examination of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for class 10th, among them 86.70 was the passing percentage. Among girls, 88.67% cleared the exam and 85.32% of boys were happy to crack the examination. Meanwhile, 12 lakh students appeared for the class 12th board exam, among them 10 lakh students passed with the passing percentage of 83.40, which was increased in the passing percentage over 2018 result
by 0.39%.

CBSE schools are going to accept the compartment exam from 22nd May 2020 (Tentative) and students who are not able to fill compartment form before 22nd May 2020 (Tentative), Students have to pay compartment form fee of Rs 300. After 22nd May 2019 late fee will be charged till the 7th June 2019 and the late fee is Rs 1,000 till 29th May and after 29th May the school may levy Rs 5000 for paying late, so do fill the form before 22 May, then compartment form will be closed. The applicant will be given three chances to clear their compartment exam 2020. The first one will be in July 2020, the second one in March/April 2021 and the last chance will be in July 2021.

CBSE 10th compartment examination will be held from the first week of July 2020 (Tentative) and class 12th compartment examination to be held in first week of July 2020 (Tentative). The previous year, the examinations were conducted from July 2nd to July 10th, 2019.

CBSE compartment results for class 10th will be announced in the third week of July 2020 (Tentative). Last year the compartment results for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for Class 10th was declared on 24th July 2019. It is expected that compartment results for class 12th result will be announced in the second week of July 2020 (Tentative). Last year the compartment results for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for class 12th was declared on the 18th July 2019.

Previous year CBSE 10th Result 2020 analysis

Year 

Pass Percentage

2018

86.07%

2017

93.06%

2016

96.21%

2015

97.32%

2014

98.87%

2013

98.76%

2019

86.70

FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)

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 the same. Answer copies of a board-conducted examination are centrally evaluated at designated centres 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 a career. for eg: if you want to pursue your career in the 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 the 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 to 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 1st stage, CBSE creates 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, the utmost secrecy is maintained by the committee.

Can a student be detained from appearing in a board examination?

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

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