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CBSE Board 10th Result 2020 Declared: Students anxiously waiting for the declaration of their CBSE 10th result 2020 can now check the same online. The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the results for the Class 10 students today. The CBSE Board has made the results of the Class 10 exam 2020 available in the online mode only. Students who appeared for the exams will be able to check their CBSE Board 10th result 2020 by visiting the official website. The students will also be required to access the results of CBSE Board Class 10 exams through the official website by entering their roll number and other credentials. For the convenience of the students, a direct link to CBSE Board 10th result 2020 will also be made available on this page.

CBSE 12th Result 2020 Declared: The announcement of CBSE Board 12th result 2020 has put an end to the anticipation. Students eagerly waiting for the CBSE Board Class 12 result 2020 can the same now. The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the CBSE Class 12 result 2020 online on the official website. With the declaration of the CBSE Class 12 result 2020 students can finally assess the outcome of their efforts. The CBSE Board has released the results of the Class 12 exam 2020 in the online mode on their official website only keeping in view with the present circumstances. Students who appeared for the exams can to check their CBSE Board 12th result 2020 by visiting the official website. To provide students with hassle free access to their results, a direct link to CBSE Board Class 12 result 2020 has also been made available on this page. 

Students appearing in the exam will be eagerly waiting to check their results once the exams get over. A direct link to the official website will also be made available on this page for the students to check their result without any difficulty. You can additionally also subscribe to alerts on CBSE result 2020 by filling in the application form provided at the top of this page.

CBSE Result 2020 – Date of Declaration

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the official declaration date for CBSE Board results 2020. Candidates can refer to the table below to access their CBSE Board 10th and 12th results 2020. 

Sl. No

Exam Name

Exam Date (2020)

Exam Result Date


CBSE 10th Board Exam

15th February to 20th March

15th July, 2020


CBSE 12th Board Exam

15th February to 23rd March

13th July, 2020

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CBSE Results 2020

CBSE Result – Last Year's Statistics as per

Students awaiting their Class 10 and Class 12 board exam results are likely under a lot of pressure due to the constantly increasing competition. Therefore, to help the students calm their nerves and gauge their competition and performance as well as to prepare them for the outcome of their hard work in the form of CBSE result 2020, we have provided a detailed analysis of the same below.

CBSE Class 10 result – Last Year’s Analysis

  • Total students appeared- 17, 61,078
  • Total number of Passed students- 16,04,428
  • Overall pass percentage- 91.10%
  • Girls overall pass percentage- 92.45%
  • Boys overall pass percentage- 90.14%
  • 13 students score 499/500

 CBSE Class 12 result – Last Year’s Analysis

  • Total students registered- 12, 18,393 
  • Total appeared- 12,05, 484
  • Total passed- 10,05, 427
  • Overall pass percentage- 83.4%
  • Number of students placed in Compartment list- 99, 207
  • Girls overall pass percentage- 88.70%
  • Boys overall pass percentage- 79.4%

Where to Check CBSE Class Result 2020?

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will upload the CBSE result 2020 on its official website. The CBSE 2020 result for both Class 10 and 12 will be released in the form of scorecards. Students often come across many hassles while checking the CBSE examination result. To make the process of checking CBSE result 2020 easier for the students, the CBSE Board has made elaborate arrangements to publish them online on their official website i.e. and A direct link to the official page will also be made available on this page in order to help students to check their CBSE Class 10 Result 2020 and CBSE Class 12 Result 2020 easily without any shortcomings. The direct link to check the CBSE 10th Result 2020 and CBSE Class 12 Result 2020 will be made available on this page as soon as it is officially announced by the board. Students should bookmark this page for regular updates on CBSE result 2020.

Steps to Check CBSE Result 2020

After the CBSE result 2020 is officially announced, the students can visit the board's website to check their scorecard. Students checking their CBSE 10th Class Result 2020 and CBSE Class 12 Result 2020 are likely to be anxious and in a state frenzy. Considering the importance of the CBSE 2020 result, nervousness concerning the outcome of these exams is justified. However, to avoid any last minute confusion that may cause a delay in the result checking process, we request all the students to go through the simple steps given below that will help them to check their CBSE 2020 result for Class 10 and Class 12

  • Step 1: Visit the websites (for Class 10 result)/ (for Class 12 result)
  • Step 2: Click on the direct link to provided on these websites
  • Step 3: Enter your requisite details such as roll number, date of birth etc. as asked
  • Step 4: Click on the ‘Submit’ button

Once you click on the submit button, your CBSE Result 2020 for Class 10/12 will be displayed on the computer screen. Students here will the option either to either download a soft copy of the scorecard or get a hard copy of the mark sheet printed for future reference.

What after Checking CBSE Result 2020?

Once you have checked your CBSE 2020 result online, we recommend you to take the hard copy of the scorecard. You will be able to download a soft copy of the CBSE result 2020 in a PDF format. The scorecard made available in CBSE results for both Class 10 and Class 12 is the most important document for a student who appears for the examination. The students can use this printed or downloaded copy of the CBSE 10th/12th Board Result 2020 to plan their academic future ahead.

Students must, however, keep in mind that a downloaded or printed copy of CBSE Result is only a provisional result and can't be used for any official purposes. The original marksheets will be issued by CBSE and sent to the schools. Therefore, the students must make sure that they collect the original mark sheet issued by the CBSE from their respective schools to authenticate their CBSE result 2020.

CBSE Result 2020 – Rechecking/Re-evaluation

The students who will feel that their efforts are not truly justified in the CBSE result 2020 and score less than expected marks can apply for rechecking/re-evaluation process. CBSE allows the students to register for rechecking and re-evaluation online. Students willing to apply for the same need to pay the required fee along with filling up the rechecking and/or re-evaluation form. Changes in result, if any, will be updated on the scorecards of the candidates and a fresh marksheet will be issued by the board.

CBSE Result 2020 – Compartmental Exam

While the CBSE result 2020 may bring out colours of joy for many, some students may have to face disappointment. Despite efforts, certain students may fail to obtain the passing grades. Such students can choose to appear in the CBSE 2020 compartmental exam that is held a few months after the declaration of the results. Students willing to take up the CBSE compartmental exam are required to fill up the application form online and pay the requisite fees in the online mode only. The students will be issued separate admit cards and examination centres and their result of the CBSE compartmental exam will be updated accordingly.

CBSE Board Result 2020 Toppers

The CBSE Board announces the list of toppers during the declaration of Class 10 and 12 results. The CBSE Board 10th exams, last year was topped by 13 students who shared the first position by scoring 499/500. The 13 CBSE Board 10th result toppers were - Siddhant Pengoriya, Yogesh Kumar Gupta, Divyansh Wadhwa, Ankur Mishra, Manya, Vatsal Varshney, Taru Jain, Aryan Jha, Bhavana N Sivadas, Ish Madan, Divjot Kaur Jaggi, Apoorva Jain and Shivani Lath. On the other hand two students - Hansika Shukla and Karishma Arora were CBSE Class 12 toppers last year. During the formal declaration of the CBSE Board results the names of toppers along with the performance of various states in the country are also announced by the officials. The CBSE Board result 2020 toppers for Class 10 and 12 will be disclosed during the official ceremony this year as well.

About the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is the largest education board in India that looks after the development and propagation of secondary and higher secondary education in India. The board has been the part of the long history that has seen the development of school-level education in India. In the year 1952, the CBSE took the final shape that it operates today. Currently, the CBSE Board conducts annual examinations like CBSE 10th Board Exams and CBSE 12th Board Exams along with several other entrance tests.

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1. What is the date for CBSE Board Exam Result 2020?

CBSE Board Result 2020 for both 10th and 12th Class students is expected to be announced in the month of May 2020. CBSE Board releases an official notification confirming the CBSE 10th and 12th Result 2020 Dates on its website i.e. before the result is declared.

2. Is CBSE Board Result Announced Name-wise?

No, CBSE doesnâ??t release the Board Exam Results name-wise. Instead the results are declared as individual scorecard, containing subject-wise marks which can be accessed by providing exam roll number on the result website.

3. What are the different ways to check CBSE Board Result 2020?

CBSE Board will release the 10th and 12th Class Results on various digital platforms. These include official CBSE result website i.e., Microsoft Mobile App and Umang Mobile App or even via SMS for which details will be released soon.

4. How to get CBSE Board Result 2020 Marksheets and Certificates?

There are two ways through which students can receive the CBSE Result Marksheets and associated Certificates for the Board Exam. Students can install Digilocker Mobile App on their Phone and get Result marksheets and certificates in digital form via the application. Alternatively, the physical copies of CBSE Result Marksheets can be procured from their respective schools or exam centres.