CBSE Result 2020 | Latest Updates

The Central Board of Secondary Education was planning to conduct the remaining CBSE Board exams from July 1 to July 15. However, the Supreme Court asked not only the CBSE Board but also the HRD Ministry to reconsider their decision. The final decision whether they will cancel the Board exams will be announced this week. There is a word that the CBSE Result 2020 will be declared by the end of July or beginning of August.

The situation came to such a stage after several parents raised their concerns regarding how will their children take exams amid COVID 19. A petition was signed and provided to the Court. Finally, the Supreme Court took action and questioned the CBSE Board as well as the HRD Ministry.

Many are expecting that the CBSE Board will cancel the remaining exams and mark the students based on the already appeared exams or internal assessments and practicals. In case CBSE cancels the remaining exams, the results will probably be out between July 25 and July 32, or around that period.

HOW TO CHECK THE CBSE RESULT 2020

1. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare the CBSE Result 2020 online and upload the scorecards.

2. One can access the results by visiting any of the two links mentioned below:

– http://cbse.nic.in

http://cbseresults.nic.in/cbseresults_cms/Public/Home.aspx

3. Students must enter their Roll number, School number and Center number in the result portal.

4. Click on the submit button, and the website will display your result.

5. You may also either download a soft copy of the mark sheet or get a physical printout of the scorecard for future reference.

PREVIOUS YEAR’S STATISTICS REGARDING CBSE 10TH RESULT

Last year, the CBSE Board exam for class 10 took place from February 21 to March 29, 2019. In total, more than 17.6 lakh students appeared for the exam, in over 16 lakh centres. About 91.1 per cent of students from the total number of candidates, passed the Class 10 Board exams. But 8.9 per cent of them failed to attain the pass marks. Out of the passed students, 92.45 per cent of the girls passed the exam while 90.14 per cent of the boys passed the exam.

RE EVALUATION OF PAPERS

Those students who feel that they received lesser marks than expected in the CBSE 10th result 2020 may apply for re-evaluation or rechecking. CBSE allows the students to register for a re-evaluation of their papers online. Students willing to apply for rechecking have to pay the required fee. Along with this, they have to fill up the rechecking or re-evaluation form too. Any changes in the CBSE Class 10 result will be updated on the mark sheet of the students. Furthermore, CBSE will issue a fresh scorecard.

UPDATES REGARDING CANCELLATION OF THE CBSE BOARD EXAMS

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) completed conducting their 10th & 12th Class Exam in February & March 2020, except a few subjects. Especially for class 12 students, main subjects such as English and Hindi were left out. Now all the students are concerned about their pending exams, which will most likely be postponed. But the main topic of concern is the results. The results have also been postponed due to the postponed of exams.

Earlier, the Deputy Chief Minister cited the rising COVID 19 cases within the capital as a reason to promote the students. He asked the HRD Minister to not conduct exams. He said that Delhi is expecting to reach 5.5 lakh COVID 19 cases by the end of July. Moreover, the government has converted numerous schools into quarantine facilities and are using them for COVID 19 relief operations.

As per the officials in the ministry, there have been many internal discussions and meetings with the Union Ministry of Home Affairs and the Health ministry. The discussions were regarding the manner and dates for these examinations. Many stated that they were not in favour of conducting board examinations at all. Moreover, they suggested that marking in the remaining papers should be done based on averaging of other papers and internal assessments.

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