Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced that it will declare class 10th board result on July 15, 2020. The students can check their result online at cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in. To check the CBSE 10th, 12th results 2020, login details like roll number, date of birth, centre number and school number, admit card id will be needed.
It is to be noted that CBSE has cancelled the class 10th board examination that was supposed to take place from July 01-15 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. No further examination will be conducted and the result will be calculated on the basis of the assessment scheme decided by CBSE for preparation of class 10th, 12th results. Given below are some points that all the students belonging to class 10 must (except North East Delhi students) be aware of.
# Students who have appeared for all the papers will be evaluated according to their performance in those papers. In other words, the students who have appeared for all the 5 core subjects will be assessed according to the marks in all those subjects.
# All the students who have appeared in the examination of more than 3 subjects, the average of the marks in the best 3 performing subjects will be considered for calculating the result of those subjects whose examination did not take place.
# Those who have appeared in just 3 subjects, the average of the marks obtained in the best 2 performing subjects shall be considered to determine the marks of those subjects for which examination did not take place.
Other than the online mode, to name a few mediums, students can also get their CBSE result by SMS, Umang app, using DigiLocker app, Google, Microsoft app, etc.
According to the data, this year, almost 18 lakh students registered for the class 10th board exam. Out of which, 788195 were girls, 1101664 were boys and 19 were transgenders. Also, 23844 candidates who sat for the 10th class examination belonged to the foreign schools.
The Supreme Court on June 25 has agreed to the assessment process decided by CBSE for the class 10th examination. This order by the Supreme Court came as a major relief to the students who were supposed to appear for the remaining exams from July 01-15, 2020. This was done keeping in mind the mass gatherings required at the examination centre which would have increased the risk of Coronavirus disease resulting in the innumerable rising numbers of COVID-19 cases.