CBSE Board Result 2020: How to Check Result, Dates, Timings & Other Details

CBSE 2020 Result for Class 10th, 12th result has been declared. Here, students can know how to check CBSE Board Result, how to calculate CBSE percentage, revaluation & rechecking process, etc.

By Mohit ChauhanPublished : July 13, 2020 , 13:25 IST
CBSE Board Result 2020: How to Check Result, Dates, Timings & Other Details

CBSE Class 10th, 12th Result 2020 (out): The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the CBSE Result 2020 for both Classes 10 & 12 on its official website (cbseresults.nic). To check CBSE Result 2020, you can access the direct link provided here to check the scorecard. You can also check the CBSE Result via SMS, Google Search, and various other ways mentioned in this article.   

At the time of the release of the result, you are requested to keep the login details handy and keep patience in case the website crashes. Last year, the Central Board of Secondary Education announced the CBSE Result for Class 10 and 12 in the first week of May. This year, the Board had to cancel all the remaining examinations post the lockdown due to pandemic outbreak. 

On June 26, CBSE announced that it will not conduct any further examinations and prepare the CBSE Class 10 and 12 Result based on the performance of students in previous examinations. After the release of CBSE Result 2020, students can raise a request for rechecking and revaluation of marks on the official website itself. 

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CBSE Result 2020: Highlights

The direct link to check the Board result will be available once the result is announced on the official website. Go through some important details related to the result here. 

Name of Board

Central Board of Secondary Education

CBSE Official Website

cbse.nic, cbseresults.nic

Where to Check CBSE 2020 Results?

Official website, SMS, Google Search, DigiLocker, IVRS & SMS Organizer App

How to Check CBSE Board Results?

Follow the direct link here and enter login details such as Roll Number, Admit Card ID, Centre Number & Date of Birth. 

Level of Exam

National-level

Assessment

Based on the performance of students in previous examinations that were conducted before the lockdown. Check the detailed result assessment procedure below. 

CBSE Result 2020 Date & Time

As of now, the Board has not announced any fixed result date for Class 10 & 12 CBSE Result. Refer to the following schedule to keep track of the activities related to the result. 

Event 

Date

CBSE Class 10th Exams

Feb 15 - Mar 18, 2020

CBSE Class 12th Exams

Feb 15 - Mar 30, 2020

CBSE Class 10th Result Date

Before July 15 (Expected)

CBSE Class 12th Result Date

July 13, 2020 (Announced)

How to Check CBSE Result 2020 Online

As indicated above, there are various sources to check the 10th and 12th CBSE Board Result such as the official portal, SMS, DigiLocker, Google Search, IVRS and SMS organizer application. Let us know the step-by-step procedure of each method here. 

Steps to Check CBSE Result via official website

At the time of result, you can find the direct link here which will redirect you to the login window. Check the steps below.

Step 1: Select the direct link provided above. 

Step 2: On clicking the link, you will be taken to the login window at cbseresults.nic

Step 3: In the login window, enter the credentials such as roll number, centre number, date of birth, admit card ID, etc. 

Step 4: Click on ‘Submit’ and view the CBSE Board Result 2020. 

Step 5: Save the scorecard for future use. 

How to Check CBSE Result via SMS

There could be a chance when the website may not respond due to overload. In such circumstances, it is best to check the result through SMS service. To check the CBSE Class 10th Result through SMS, type ‘cbse10<space>roll number<space>date of birth<space>school number<space>centre number’. 

For CBSE Class 12th Result, the SMS sent should contain the text ‘cbse12<space>roll number<space>date of birth<space>school number<space>centre number’.

Steps to Check CBSE Result via DigiLocker

When the official website crashes, checking your result through DigiLocker is another good alternative. The best part is that you get the digital mark sheet of CBSE Result which you can store in your phone along with the other digital documents at one place. 

Follow the steps below to get CBSE Class 10 or 12 Result through DigiLocker. 

Step 1: Visit the official website of DigiLocker or download the application.

Step 2: Create an account and login using the registered details. 

Step 3: Go to ‘Profile’ and sync your Aadhar Card number in case you did not do it while signing up. 

Step 4: Next, click on ‘Pull Partner Documents’.

Step 5: Among the two drop-down menus shown, choose ‘Mark Sheet (HSC/SSC)’.

Step 6: Finally, enter the prescribed details such as ‘year of passing’ and ‘roll number’ to download the mark sheet. 

How to Check CBSE Result via IVRS or Call

IVRS stands for Interactive Voice Response System, which allows students to check the CBSE result by dialling the number 24300699. 

Particulars Mentioned on CBSE Class 10 & 12 Result

Your scorecard will indicate the following details. 

  • Name of Examination
  • Your Name
  • Board Name
  • Roll Number
  • Father’s Name
  • Mother’s Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Theory Marks
  • Practical Marks
  • Aggregate
  • Subject Name
  • Subject Code
  • Grade
  • Final Result Status- Pass/ Not Pass

CBSE Result 2020: How to Calculate CBSE Board Class 12th Percentage 

In the mark sheet of CBSE Result 2020 of Class 10 and 12, you can check the marks of all 5 subjects and aggregate score. However, you will be required to calculate your percentage. 

Here’s How to Calculate CBSE Class 12th Percentage

There are 5 main subjects in CBSE Class 12 based on which the Board prepares the final result. For example, the marks obtained by you in the 5 subjects are as follows. 

Subject

Marks Obtained out of 100

Subject 1

91

Subject 2

85

Subject 3

75

Subject 4

81

Subject 5

90

Now, add the marks of all five subjects and divide the sum by 5. 

Aggregate Score = 91 + 85 + 75 + 81 + 90 = 422

Percentage = 422/5 = 84.4%

Here’s How to Calculate CBSE Class 10th CGPA

Unlike Class 12, marks are represented in CGPA format in CBSE Class 10 Result scorecard. However, the concept of calculating the CGPA is similar to that of calculating the percentage. 

For example, the grade points obtained in 5 subjects are as follows.

Subject

Points Obtained out of 10

Subject 1

8

Subject 2

9

Subject 3

7

Subject 4

8

Subject 5

9

To find the CGPA, add the points obtained in all five subjects and divide the sum by 5. 

Here, Total Points = 8 + 9 + 7 + 8 + 9 = 41

CGPA = 41/5 = 8.2 

How to Convert CBSE CGPA to Percentage

Many students find it confusing on how to convert CGPA to the percentage indicated in the scorecard. Simply, multiply the CGPA with 9.5 to calculate 10th Class marks in percentage. 

For example, if your CGPA is 8.2, then your percentage will be (8.2*9.5 = 77.9%) 

CBSE Result 2020: Re-checking & Re-evaluation

The Board provides the facility to students for raising a request regarding CBSE revaluation of marks or rechecking of answer sheets. If you feel that the totalling is wrong then you can raise a request for revaluation. Last year, the Board released the CBSE Revaluation Result in the month of June. 

You may submit a request for rechecking if you find any question where you were supposed to be rewarded marks. However, you will have to pay the requisite fee for getting CBSE rechecking or revaluation done. 

CBSE Revaluation Fee

The revaluation fee for CBSE Class 10 & 12 students is given below. 

Class 

CBSE Revaluation Fee 

Class 10 

Rs 100 per question

Class 12

Rs 100 per question

CBSE Re-checking Fee

To get the rechecking done for answer sheet, the CBSE rechecking fee is prescribed below for both Class 10 & 12 students. 

Class 

CBSE Rechecking Fee 

Class 10 

Rs 500 per subject

Class 12

Rs 500 per subject

CBSE Compartment Result 2020

Students who fell short of passing the CBSE Board Examinations by some margin appear for CBSE compartment examination every year. However, it is unlikely that the Board will conduct any compartment exam for such students this year due to the ongoing pandemic crisis. Last year, the CBSE compartment results were announced in July. 

Stay tuned for the latest updates regarding the result dates for revaluation, re-checking, and compartment exam (if conducted).

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I check CBSE 12th Result?

    You can check the CBSE Board Result through the direct link provided here which will take you to the login window of the official website. Other ways to check the result are SMS, Google Search Engine, DigiLocker, SMS Organizer Application, and IVRS.

  • When will the CBSE Board Result 2020 be declared?

    As of now, the Board did not announce any fixed for CBSE Result for Class 10th and 12th. However, it is expected that the result will come out by July 15, 2020.

  • How to calculate percentage in Class 12 in CBSE with 6 subjects?

    First, find the sum of marks obtained in all 6 subjects and divide the total by 6. For example, if your aggregate score is 540, then your percentage will be 540/6 = 90%.

  • How to calculate percentage in Class 12 in CBSE with 5 subjects?

    To calculate Class 12th CBSE percentage for 5 subjects, add the marks obtained in 5 subjects and divide the sum by 5.

  • How to convert CGPA to the percentage for CBSE Result?

    You need to multiply your CGPA by 9.5 to find the marks in percentage

  • How can I apply for CBSE revaluation?

     In order to apply for the revaluation of marks, follow the given steps.

    • Visit the official portal of CBSE cbse.nic.in
    • Under the ‘Recent Announcements’, click on ‘apply for revaluation’
    • Fill in the required details and upload the prescribed documents
    • Pay the requisite revaluation fee mentioned above in the article.
    • Note down your reference number and the application number.

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