CBSE 10th Result 2020 – How to Check Result
The results of the Central Board of Secondary Education Class 10th were announced today. Once the results are declared, checks can be done on cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in, and results.nic.in.
Apart from this, students will also be able to see these telephone numbers and through SMS on mobiles, while the schools will get the results of the entire school on their email IDs.
CBSE Tenth Marksheet will also be made available through DigiLocker. ‘Results will also be able to be checked through the result manual. digilocker.gov.in. The login password of Digilocker’s accounts will be sent to the CBSE students whose mobile number has been registered with CBSE.
UMANG App: Students will also be able to check the result on UMANG Mobile Platform. It is available on android, iOS and window smartphones.
CBSE Results on SMS: CBSE will send the results to all its registered students on their mobiles. Apart from this, you can also check the result by SMSing 7738299899.
For this you have to type and send SMS to 7738299899.
CBSE Results via phone: Results can also be found by calling these phone numbers.
1. 24300699 (Subscribers to Delhi)
2. 011-224300699 (Subscriber of the country)
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday declared the results of the 10th class examination. Trivandrum region performed the best. HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank congratulated the students, parents and teachers, informing them of the result release. He said that health and quality education of students is our priority. After this, CBSE tweeted that the entire result of 10th has been sent to all schools. Schools can login with their email id or login id and get the result of each of their students. Students can check the result by contacting their school. Apart from this, the result of 10th class has also been sent to the students through SMS, email. Results can also be checked from Digilocker.
– This year 91.46 percent students passed in 10th standard while 91.10 percent children passed last year. This means that the result has increased marginally (0.36%) this year compared to the previous year.
– Pass percentage of girls was 93.31 percent and that of boys was 90.14 percent. That is, the girls’ result was 93.31 percent better than boys.
– Trivandrum region performed best in class 10, with a pass percentage of 99.28 students.
Trivandrum – 99.28%
Chennai – 98.95%
Bengaluru – 98.23%
Pune – 98.05%
Ajmer – 96.93%
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%
Guwahati – 79.12%
4. Kendriya Vidyalaya results were the best
Kendriya Vidyalaya result – 99.23 percent
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya result – 98.66 percent
Private school result – 92.81 percent
Government school result – 80.29 percent
Government aided school result – 77.82
– Over 1.84 lakh candidates scored more than 90 percent in CBSE 10th standard, more than 41,000 candidates scored over 95 percent.
– CBSE did not announce the toppers of both 12th and 10th classes this year in view of the circumstances arising out of Corona virus.
– Students can check their results cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and results.nic.in apart from Umang app (UMANG), Digilocker (digilocker.gov.in) app and sending SMS (CBSE10). In addition, results can be checked with the IVRS system.
How to check with SMS
Go to your mobile message box and type – CBSE10
And send to 7738299899.
Check with IVRS system – If you live in Delhi, call 24300699. And if you live in other parts of the country, call 011-24300699.
– This year 10th class examinations were conducted at 5377 examination centers in 20,387 schools. In this, 18,85,881 students had registered to take the exam and 18,73,015 students appeared in the examination. Of these, 91.46 percent students passed.
– Students can download their marksheet and certificate through the DigiLocker app. Login details have been SMSed to students.
– Will not be written in the marksheet
This time the board is using the word ‘necessary repetition’ in place of ‘fail’ in the marksheet.