When will CBSE declare the Class 10th Result? CBSE will be declaring the Class 10th Result in the first week of May. The Evaluation of the sheets will be done by the end of April. Last year in 2019, Class 10th Result was announced on 6th May at 2:15 PM. This year we can expect the Result a bit early as the Exams start early this year compared to previous years.
Latest Update: CBSE 10th Result 2020 will be announced by the month of May. Stay connected for latest Updates
CBSE 10th Result Date and Time
|Year||Result Date||Result Time|
|2019||06 May||2: 15 pm|
|2018||29 May||1: 25 pm|
|2017||03 Jun||1: 10 pm|
|2016||28 May||1: 30 pm|
|2015||28 May||2: 30 pm|
|2014||20 May||4: 00 pm|
As we can see in the table above, The Class 10th Result is announced in the month of May. This year too the result will be announced in the first week of May at around 12 PM. The official time hasn’t been released by the CBSE officials but this an assumption based on last year’s timings.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was started in the year 1952. It is considered for the development and propagation of secondary and higher secondary education in India. Currently, the CBSE conducts annual examinations such as CBSE 10th Board Exam and CBSE 12th Board Exam along with certain different entrance tests for professional courses.
The CBSE exams and results acquired in the CBSE exam are one of the most critical aspects of a student’s career. It helps the students to choose a career stream for their future such as arts, science, commerce, etc.
The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) will be announced soon. As per the latest update, the CBSE results for the year 2020 are scheduled to be announced by May 2020. Students can check for their CBSE exam results on the website cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in.
CBSE Class 10th Results 2020
The results of the CBSE class 10 exams for the year 2020 are expected to be announced in May. Due to many students checking the results at the same time, there can be difficulties to review the results. However, to ease the process, the CBSE Board will also make arrangements to publish the results online on CBSE’s official website, i.e., www.cbse.nic.in andwww.cbseresults.nic.in. Each year the CBSE board also conducts compartment exams for students who have not cleared a few subjects. A student should secure a minimum of grade D for passing in the CBSE class 10th exam.
How to check for CBSE 10th Result 2020?
Students can check for the results online on the official website mentioned above. However, you can follow the below-mentioned steps to check the CBSE 10th results as soon as it is announced.
- To check the results students have to visit the official website cbseresults.nic.in.
- Then there will be a link ‘CBSE – Class X Examination’ on the result page. 3. A new page will be opened once you click on the link.
- There, students will have to enter their Roll number, Date of Birth and School number (As given in the admit card/hall ticket). 5. Once the above details have been entered then click on the ‘Submit’ option/button. 6. After clicking on the submit option, the results will appear on the screen.
Students can download the same and take a printout of their results for their future reference.
Methods to check CBSE Class 10th Result
Students can also check for their CBSE results through different modes.
Students can use the IVR method via a call to check their results. The call is charged at 30p per minute/ per roll number).
Students have to make a call to the below-mentioned numbers:
- 011-24357276, 011-28127030 (MTNL)
- 54321223 (Tata Teleservices)
- 54321202 (Airtel)
The candidates can also check their results via message/SMS. The SMS charges are 50p per SMS. To check using SMS students have to type ‘CBSE 10 [roll no]’ and sent the same to any of the numbers mentioned:
- 52001 (MTNL)
- 57766 (BSNL)
- 5800002 (Aircel)
- 55456068 (Idea)
- 54321, 51234 and 5333300 (Tata Teleservices)
- 54321202 (Airtel)
- 9212357123 (NIC)
Students can register to DigiLocker account with their mobile number. DigiLocker account details will be given to the students through SMS on their registered mobile number with CBSE.
Now a day’s many schools put their student’s class 10th results on their school websites. Hence, students can also check for their results there.
Rechecking/Re-evaluation of CBSE 10th Result 2020
The candidates who are unsatisfied with their obtained marks or who have scored less than expected marks can apply for rechecking/re-evaluation of their CBSE answer paper. Students who wish to apply for re-evaluation are required to pay a fee along with the re-evaluation form. If there are any changes in the CBSE results, it will be updated on the scorecards of the candidates, and the board will issue a fresh mark sheet.
CBSE Class 10 Passing Criteria
As per the CBSE board criteria, students need to secure an overall 33 percent in theory and practical to be able to pass that subject. The candidates have to pass the internal assessment of every subject which is generally of 20 marks, and the total marks will contain the theory and the assessment marks. Hence, the passing score is a combination of the internal and the exam.
Abbreviations used in CBSE Class 10 Result
There are some common abbreviations that are used in the CBSE results.
- QUAL – Eligible for Qualifying Certificate.
- EIOP – Eligible for Improvement of Performance.
- NIOP – Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance.
- XXXX – Up-gradation of Performance/Additional Subject
- N.E – Not Eligible.
- R.W – Result Withheld.
- R.L – Result Later.
- UFM – Unfair means.
- SJD – Sub Judice.
CBSE 10th Result 2020– Compartmental Exam
There might be a few students who may have to face disappointment despite their efforts put in the exams. Students who fail to secure a passing grade can appear in the CBSE Class 10 2020 compartmental exam that is held after a few months from the declaration of the results. To take the compartmental exam students have to fill up the application form online and pay the requisite fees via online mode only. For this exam, candidates will be issued a separate admit card and examination centers. The results of their CBSE compartmental exam will also be updated accordingly.
CBSE Helpline number
The CBSE board has a helpline service for the students who will be appearing for the exam. There are teachers and counselors available for helping students who feel nervous and for students who need any guidance and help. The numbers are 1800 11 8004, 1800-11-8002.
CBSE 10th Result – 2018 Statistics
As this is an essential phase for the students, it can also be very stressful for the students. CBSE, being the first exam students are unable to set expectations due to the high competition. Hence, a previous statistics overview will make it easier for students to prepare and perform better in the CBSE exam of 2020.
Last year the CBSE exam was conducted from March 5 to April 4. The overall percentage of the students who passed the CBSE exam was 86.70. As per the 2018 statistic, girls passed with a better percentage as compared to boys. The overall number of students who had appeared for the CBSE 2018 exams was 16 Lakh. The overall pass percentage of girls was 88.67, and for boys, it was 85.32.
Keeping these statistics aside, determination, hard work, and self-confidence is the key to good performance. Students should avoid taking stress related to results and should give their 100% in their CBSE exams.
What to do After CBSE 10th Result 2020?
Once the students get their results and have cleared the CBSE 10th examination, they will be eligible for class 11/PUC. The students will have to select the subjects which they wish to study. Depending on the subjects chosen, the students will have three streams such as Arts, Science, and Commerce. Students should select the stream and subjects as per their interest. However, guidance from friends, family, and teachers will help students to choose a stream as per his/her career interest.
The 10th results are important as it opens the ways to various opportunities in the world. The students then decide whether to take Science, Arts or Commerce in the upcoming Intermediate and then they determine what degree they want to pursue in the Undergraduate and postgraduate in their fields. So basically what the students decide today based on their 10th marks is what they will be tomorrow.
I hope that the above Blog provides essential information about the 10th results.