CBSE class 10 board exam result has been declared today, July 15, 2020. The result has been declared based on the new assessment methods as declared by CBSE earlier. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the result at cbseresults.nic.in.
Students can also able to check their CBSE class 10 results through SMS / IVRS. They can use UMANG app to check the result. They can check it directly on Google, also, marksheets will be available on Digi locker and their respective schools.
2:30 PM: CBSE compartment 2020 class 10
The students who have compartment have to sit in compartment exam. CBSE is yet to release the details for it.
2:20 PM: Topper of CBSE 2020 class 10
This year since the results have been declared based on different situations, CBSE has decided to not release any merit list. Therefore the topper for class 10 board exams has not been announced by CBSE.
2:15 PM: How to check CBSE class 10th result 2020
Method 1 – Students can check their result online at cbseresults.nic.in. Enter the following details to get the result on the website:
admit card number
Methd 2 – Check result via SMS. Enter <Class 10>space<Roll Number>space<Admit Card ID> and send it to 7738299899.
Method 3 – Check in UMANG app. Download the app form playstore or app store for IOS.
Method 4 – Create an account in digilocker and check the marksheet there. The website of digilocker is digilocker.gov.in. The mobile app is also available for android and iPhone users.
Method 5 – Via call. Students from Delhi can call on 24300699 to know about their class 10 results. Outside Delhi students can dial 011 – 24300699 to know their marks.
Method 6 – Ask respective schools to inform about the marks and result.
1:30 PM: An analysis of the result so far
41,804 have scored more than 95% and 184358 students have scored above 90% in class 10 board exam.
23716 foreign students took the exam and of them 23400 have passed. The pass percentage for foreign students thus stands at 98.67%.
Girls have outscored the boys this year too. 93.31% of the girls have passed the exam and 90.14% of boys have qualified.
The pass percentage of KVs is 99.23%, for JNV it is 98.66%, for CTSA it is 93.67%, for independent schools, it is 92.81%, for government schools it is 80.91% and for the government-aided schools, it is 77.82%.
150198 students have got compartment. That means 8.02% have compartment this year.
1:25 PM: CBSE class 10 result via SMS, email and digilocker
CBSE headquaters have tweeted that class 10 students hav been sent their result via SMS, email. Th same can be also accessed through digilocker.
1:20 PM: Performance region wise
Trivandrum records the highest pass percent and Guwahati the lowest. The pass percentage in Trivandrum is 99.28 and Guwahati is 79.12.
The second best performing region is Chennai with 98.95% and third is Bengaluru with 98.23%. In the 4th position we have the Pune region where the pass percent is 98.05%. In the 5th rank it is the Ajmer region with pass percentage of 96.93%.
Next in line from position 6 to 16 are: Panchkula (94.31%); Bhubaneswar (93.20%); Bhopal (92.86%); Chandigarh (91.83%); Patna (90.69%); Dehradun (89.72%); Prayagraj (89.12); Noida (87.51%); Delhi West (85.96%); Delhi East (85.79%) and Guwahati (79.12%) respectively.
12:45 PM: Pass percent improves
The overall pass percent this year is 91.46%. This is 0.36% more than last year. Last year it was 91.10%.
12:50 PM: Result declared at cbseresults.nic.in
The result has been declared now at cbseresults.nic.in. Students need roll number, school number, center number and admit card number to check it.
12:45PM: The website, cbseresults.nic.in is yet not hosting the result
The result has yet not been uploaded on cbseresults.nic.in. However, it will be uploaded soon. Keep refreshing the website.
12:40 PM: CBSE class 10 result is out, tweets Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank
12:20 PM: How much marks is needed to pass the class 10 exam?
Students have to score a minimum of 33% in each subject and also in total to qualify for the next class. Also, in the subjects where practical and theory are both involved, students have to pass in both aspects.
12:05 PM: How to check result via SMS?
To get the result via SMS, enter <Class 10>space<Roll Number>space<Admit Card ID> and send it to 7738299899.
11:40 AM: What to do in case cbseresults.nic.in crashes?
In that case students from Delhi can call on 24300699 to know about their class 10 result. Outside Delhi students can dial 011 – 24300699 to know their marks.
11:20 AM: More than 18 lakh students to get their result today
This year more than 18 lakh students have appeared in class 10 board exams.
10:50 AM: How to check CBSE class 10 result at cbseresults.nic.in
To check the result, students have to type “cbseresult.nic.in” in the address bar and click ‘enter’. Once that is done the link for class 10 result can be seen in the next page. Following the link will lead to the page where students have to enter details like roll number, date of birth, school number, centre number, admit card ID. On submitting these details the result shall be available on the screen.
10:00 AM: Result in afternoon
As per the update on the website, cbseresults.nic.in, class 10th result will be declared in the afternoon.
9:40 AM: Important terms in the result to know
CBSE has removed the term ‘fail’ and ‘compartmental’ from the mark sheet of the students. It has been replaced with ‘ER’ that means Essential Re-appear. This has been done to make sure students are not affected mentally with negative terms like ‘fail’.
Also, there are terms like ‘RW’ meaning ‘Result withheld’. This may happen due to any reason like technical error, use of unfair means, etc. There is the term ‘RL’ meaning ‘Results Later’ and there is another term ‘XXXX’, meaning improvement.
9:30 AM: Ways to Check CBSE Class 10 result 2020
Students can check CBSE class 10 result from the official website of CBSE, cbseresults.nic.in. They can also check their result through SMS / IVRS. They can use UMANG app to check the result. They can check it directly on Google. Also, marksheets will be available on Digi locker and their respective schools.
9:20 AM: What is CBSE’s new assessment scheme
As per the new assessment scheme, if a student has taken more than 3 exams before the exams got cancelled due to COVID-19, then CBSE will calculate an average score taking into account the three subjects in which the student scored highest.
Those who have completed all their exams, the marks will be based on performance in all those papers.
The students who have appeared for 3 exams, the average of the 3 exams will be awarded to the cancelled exams and hence the total marks will be calculated.
There are a few students, especially from Delhi, who could appear for 1 or 2 papers. For them the scoring will be based on the marks of the exam appeared for and performance in internal/ practical/ project assessment.
9:15 AM: No merit list this year
Like class 12th exam result, CBSE will also not release the merit list this year for class 10.
9:10 AM: An overview of last year class 10 result
In class 10 exams last year, a total of 17,61,078 candidates appeared. Of them, 16,04,428 passed. That means in all 91. 10% candidates passed the exam.
The pass percentage was higher this year for class 12 as compared to last year. This year in class 12, the girls have outshined the boys. 92.15% of the female students have passed the exam and 86.19 % of the male students have qualified. The pass percentage for transgender candidates is 66.67%. Also, the overall pass percentage for class 12 boards stands to be 88.78%. On the other hand, 7.35% of candidates have got a compartment. The top 3 best-performing regions are Trivandrum (97.67%), Bengaluru (97.05%) and Chennai (96.17%).
MHRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had announced on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, that the class 10 result will be out today. He has wished the students all the best along with it in his tweet.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level education board, formed on 3 November 1962. The board is responsible for conducting final board exams for class 10th and 12th every year in the month of March. Once the exam is conducted, the board generally declared the class 10th, 12th result in the month of May – June. The board also provides affiliations to various government and private schools across the nation and abroad.