CBSE declares Class 10th Results 2020, 91.46% Students Pass.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declares class 10th results 2020. Overall 91.46% students have passed the examination this year. Last year the overall passing percentage stood at 91.10% in the country. Students can check their scores at cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in, the official website of CBSE.
“Dear Students, Parents, and Teachers!
@cbseindia29 has announced the results of Class X and can be accessed at http://cbseresults.nic.in.
We congratulate you all for making this possible. I reiterate, student’s health & quality education are our priority,” tweets HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’.
According to the Board, results of CBSE class 10th students are also sent to all the schools. Students can also obtain the results from their respective schools. Separate email-ids are created for each schools to avoid any confusions.
Girls outshine boys.
Similar to CBSE class 12th results, girls once again outshine boys in class 10th board exams. This year 90.14% of boys have cleared the CBSE class 10th board exams while the success rate for girls this year is 93.31%. Also 78.95% of transgenders have also successfully cleared the CBSE 10th board exams.
This year a total of 18,73,015 students appeared for the CBSE class 10 board exams. Out of the total students, 17,13,121 students have passed the 10th board exams this year. This year’s passing percentage is 0.36 percent more than last year.
How to check the results?
To check your scores visit the CBSE’s official website and follow the steps given below.
- Visit official website i.e. cbseresults.nic.in
- Find and click on the link for Secondary Class Results / Class 10 Results.
- Enter your exam roll number, date of birth and other details.
- Verify the details against your hall ticket and click the ‘submit’ button on the website.
- Your CBSE Class 10 Result Scorecard will appear on the screen.
- Download softcopy PDF for the same.
No Merit List.
Similar to CBSE class 12th board results, no merit list will be announced for class 10 students. Due to the Covid19 pandemic several exams could not be conducted. The Board cancelled the remaining papers keeping in view the health of students. As this year’s assessment is different, it will be unfair to announce the merit list, therefore there is no announcement of merit list.
Also, this year CBSE has decided to replace the term ‘FAIL’ with ‘Essential Repeat’. “CBSE has decided to replace the term ‘Fail’ by the term ‘Essential Repeat’. Hence, in the result declared, no ‘Fail’ term will be mentioned in the documents issued to the candidates and the result hosted on the website,” says the Board.