CBSE 10th Result 2020 Soon On Official Website: Live Update
CBSE 10th result 2020 will be announced soon on the board's official website, 'cbseresults.nic.in'. CBSE will be announcing 10th result for over 18 lakh students. The HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' had shared the information about class 10th results through his Twitter accounts.
CBSE 10th result 2020 will be announced today. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), and the HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' had shared the information about CBSE class 10th results through their respective Twitter accounts. The result time has not been announced but it is expected that CBSE 10th result will be announced at some time in the afternoon. The result will be available on the boar'd official website, 'cbse.nic.in', and result's webiste, 'cbseresults.nic.in'. The board has already released class 12 results. CBSE 12th result was announced on July 13. The pass percentage in class 12 increased this year and a similar trend is expected for class 10 as well.
CBSE 10th result will be announced today on the board's official website, 'cbse.nic.in' and official results portal, 'cbseresults.nic.in'.
CBSE 10th Result Delay Causes Flood Of Memes On Twitter
CBSE had said that it will release 10th results in the afternoon on July 15. Students were expecting the results around 12 pm but with no results yet, students have flooded twitter with fresh set of memes.
10th class students waiting for cbse results like:#cbse #CBSEBoardExams2020 #CBSEResults pic.twitter.com/RIu9PUBjGl— ASMITA! (@woofasmi) July 15, 2020
CBSE Result For 10th Not Out Yet
CBSE result for class 10 was expected around 12 pm today. However, the board has not updated result link yet and students will have to wait some more.
CBSE Result For Class 10: Anticipation Increased
CBSE had not mentioned any particular time for 10th result. HRD Minister's tweet also mentioned only 'afternoon' for result declaration. The ambiguity of term 'afternoon' has students on the edge.
CBSE 10th Result 2020: What's Next
CBSE Class 10 result will be declared today in the afternoon. Students can check their result at cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in and results.gov.in. Post-result updates like availability of certificates and mark sheet will be sent to students through DigiLocker. DigiLocker will intimate students of their marksheet and pass certificate once it is sent by the CBSE.
CBSE 10th Result 2020: How To Check
CBSE 10th result will be announced shortly. Check the various ways to download CBSE 10th result here.
CBSE 10th Result On UMANG App
CBSE 10th result will also be available on UMANG app. Link to download UMANG app here.
CBSE 10th Result: Career Guidebook For Higher Studies Decision
Class 10 students, waiting for their result to make a choice about which stream to pursue, can take help from the CBSE Career Guidebook which gives details of courses offered in approximately 900 universities and over 41,000 colleges in the country.
Students can download CBSE Career Guidebook here.
CBSE 10th Result: Which Stream To Pursue After Class 10
After CBSE 10th result declaration, admission process for class 11 will begin. Students will need to make decision about which stream to pursue in 10+2 or higher secondary classes.
In India, students have the option to choose from Science, Commerce or Arts and Humanities stream. Each stream opens up opportunities in different career fields.
CBSE 10th Result: Direct Links
CBSE 10th result will be available on the following direct link: cbseresults.nic.in
Students would need their school code an exam roll number to download their results.
CBSE 10th Result Shortly
CBSE had released 12th results at 12 pm on July 13. It is expected that the board will announce CBSE 10th results at 12 noon too.
CBSE Optional Exam
CBSE, as decided for class 12, may provide optional exam choice to class 10 students also. Optional exam will be held only for subjects for which exams were cancelled.
CBSE 10th Result: Students Share Hilarious Memes
Meanwhile, class 10 students have taken to Twitter and sharing hilarious memes in a bid to battle stress about results through humor.
CBSE 10th Marksheet In DigiLocker
CBSE will release class 10 marksheet and other certificates in a student's DigiLocker account. Students who have not created their DigiLocker account yet, should do so immediately.
CBSE 12th Result: JNVs, KVs Perform Better Than Private Schools
Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) are leading among schools in CBSE Class 12 result this year. While KVs have recorded 98.62% pass and in JNVs 98.7% of students have qualified the exam this year.
CBSE 10th Result 2020: Eyes On Government Schools
This year, government schools performed better than private schools in 12th exam, hence all eyes are now on 10th result to see if government schools will be able to repeat their performance in 10th exams or not.
CBSE 10th Result: Maharashtra Education Minister Wishes Luck To Students
Varsha Gaikwad, Maharashtra Education Minister, tweeted her best wishes to class 10 students waiting for CBSE 10th results.
All The best to all the result awaited CBSE std 10 students! May this result of yours, whatever it is ,mark your journey towards excellence and achieving great heights for yourselves and the country..keep up the Josh👍🏻#CBSEResults #Exams2020— Varsha Gaikwad (@VarshaEGaikwad) July 14, 2020
Meanwhile, there are reports that Maharashtra board will announce class 12 (HSC) and class 10 (SSC) results soon.
CBSE 10th Result 2020: Website Shows Error
Even before the results could be announced, CBSE website is showing error. Class 12 students had faced a lot of problems on July 13 in checking their result since the website crashed and IVRS system and UMANG app was also not responding.
CBSE 10th Result: Not 'Fail', 'Essential Repeat'
CBSE may decide to repeat its decision of not marking students 'Fail' for 10th exam also. For class 12, the board decided that it will not mark 'Fail' and instead mention 'Essential Repeat' in subjects for which exams were cancelled.
CBSE 10th Result: Grade System Explained
CBSE awards grades instead of marks to class 10 students. For awarding the grades, the Board puts all the passed students in a rank order and awards grades as per the system given below:
A-1: Top 1/8th of the passed candidates
A-2: Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
B-1: Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
B-2: Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
C-1: Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
C-2: Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
D-1: Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
D-2: Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
E: Failed candidates
CBSE 10th Result On Private Portals
CBSE 10th result may be available on private result portals like 'indiaresults.com', and 'examresults.net'. However, students are advised to wait and check their result from the official website only.
CBSE 10th Result: No Marks, Only Grades
CBSE awards grades instead of marks in class 10. The board had introduced grading system to reduce pressure on students.
CBSE 10th Result: No Merit List This Year
CBSE did not release list of toppers for class 12 and will follow the same protocol for class 10 as well. The decision to not announce names of class 12 toppers was taken keeping in mind the unprecedented situations students had to face this year.
CBSE 10th Result In Afternoon
A CBSE official confirmed that class 10 result will be announced in the afternoon today.
CBSE 10th Result: Alternative Methods Of Checking
CBSE, apart from website, will also make 10th results available through IVRS, SMS, and UMANG app.
CBSE 10th Result Based On Alternative Assessment Scheme
CBSE could not conduct examination for a few papers and hence came up with an alternative assessment scheme to award marks in subjects for which exams were cancelled. The board has already declared class 12 results on the basis of the alternative assessment scheme.
Over 18 Lakh Students Await CBSE 10th Result
As per reports, over 18 lakh students had registered for class 10 exams with CBSE this year.
CBSE 10th Result Today
#StayCalm #StaySafe@cbseindia29— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 14, 2020