Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) is going to declare class 10th result 2020 soon. It is expected that the result shall be declared by next week. Once declared, students can check their RBSE 10th result online at rajresults.nic.in and rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in. The board will first declare the result at the RBSE headquarters at Ajmer and then would be later released online at the official website.
Since, today many students have been searching for their class 10th result. As per the newspaper reports, some of the websites wrongly claimed that RBSE 10th result 2020 will be declared today. Quashing these rumours, the board officials have confirmed that the result will not be declared on July 23, 2020. It has also been confirmed that the board will announce in advance the result date before declaring the result.
This year, over 10 lakh students have appeared in Rajasthan board class 10 exam. To be declared as qualified, students will need to obtain 33% marks in each subject i.e Science, Social Science, English, Hindi, Mathematics and either of Sanskrit/ Urdu/ Rajasthani/ Music/ others.
To check RBSE 10th result 2020, students will need to visit the official website of the board at rajresults.nic.in. On the homepage of the website, students will need to click on the relevant link for checking the result. Next, the students will need to log in using roll number and click on the ‘submit’ button. Once the detail is submitted, the students can check their result.
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Rajasthan Board had to postpone two papers of class 10th – Social Science and Mathematics. The exams were then later on conducted on June 29 and 30 at the test centres by following the social distancing guidelines.
RBSE Board has already declared class 12th result for Arts, Science and Commerce stream. For RBSE 12th Science stream, the board declared the result on July 08, for the commerce stream, it was declared on July 13 whereas, for the Arts stream, the result has been announced on July 21, 2020. This year, the pass percentage of students from Science, Commerce and Arts stream stood at 91.96 per cent, 94.49 per cent and 90.7 per cent respectively.