Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared class 10th examination 2020 on July 15, 2020. The students can check their results from the official website cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. For checking the result via the official website, login details like roll number, school number, centre number, admit card id. This year, over 18 lakh students appeared for the class 10th board exams 2020.
MHRD minister on twitter announced that CBSE 10th result 2020 has been announced. However, the official website is not opening. Other than the official website, there are 5 other ways by which a student can check their result. These include by SMS / email id, IVRS, School, Digilocker, Umang app. Unlike last year, CBSE 10th result will not be provided on Google and Microsoft app.
# IVRS Facility: CBSE provides facility to all its students to check their results via IVRS facility. The students who are the local subscribers of the Delhi region have to call on 24300699. For the students who are the subscribers from other parts of the country can call on 011 – 24300699.
# SMS: The students can also check their CBSE class 10th result via SMS. To check the result via SMS, type <Class 10>space<Roll Number>space<Admit Card ID> and send it to 7738299899.
# DigiLocker: Although, DigiLocker is basically an account from where the students can get their mark sheets, passing certificates etc but it can be used alternatively to view CBSE Class 10th results. To view the result via DigiLocker, the students will have to first download the DigiLocker app via play store or go to its official website, digilocker.gov.in. Next, sign up by entering the mobile number and make a profile. Sync the profile with the aadhar number. Next, enter the asked details and check CBSE Class 10th results.
# Third party websites: The students can also check CBSE Class 10th result from the third party websites like examresults.net. The students have to enter the details like roll number, name, e-mail id, city etc.
# By contacting the school authorities: The students can also contact their respective school authorities. CBSE sends the result to all the schools and the students can contact their school administrators to get the results.
This year, about 18 lakh students appeared for the CBSE class 10th examination. Whereas, in the year 2019, a total of 17,61,078 students appeared for the class 10th examination. Out of which, a total of 16,04,428 students cleared the exam. The overall pass percentage of CBSE class 10th was 91.10%.