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CBSE Declares Class 10th Board Exams Result Today i.e. 15th July 2020. Read More to Know About It!

By: Avantika Bhardwaj on July 15, 2020

CBSE Board 2020 - The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the result of class 10th board exams today i.e. 15th July 2020 on the official website of CBSE i.e. Students who appeared in the exam conducted in the month of March 2020 must visit the official website and check their respective results. The Union Human Resource Development Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank', shared this news on his official account on social media platform ‘Twitter'.

CBSE Board had, in past, informed the Supreme Court that the declaration of result of Board exams would take place based on candidates' performance in the previous examinations and internal assessments held at their respective schools. Candidates who appeared in the exam must notice that they would not be rewarded with another chance to take a retest to improve their scores this year, unlike class 12th students.

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How to Check Class 10th Result?

Candidates who appeared in 10th class board exams conducted in March 2020 can follow the below given set of steps and check their results:

  • Visit the official website of CBSE i.e.
  • Navigate to and click on the link “CBSE Class 10 Result 2020”.
  • Enter the required details such as your class 10th roll number and date of birth.
  • Click on submit/login to proceed further.
  • The new webpage opened displays your result.
  • Download it for future reference.

Result on SMS

In case you are not able to check your result on the official website due to heavy traffic on the server, one can simply check their result by sending an SMS to 7738299899. They must ensure sending SMS in the below mentioned format:

<CBSE10>space<Roll no>space<Admit card id>

Note* The result will be sent to students' registered email id and mobile number.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had also released an alternative set of plan of action through which the grades of students of class 10th could be decided. As per the official notification, the plan of action would have operated in the following way:

  • Any student who has appeared in more than three exams before the examinations were postponed/canceled, they would be rewarded with an average score calculated taking into account the three subject in which the student has secured highest marks.
  • Students who appeared in lesser number of examinations will be rewarded with an average of two highest scoring subjects.
  • Students who appeared in less than three examinations will be given marks calculated based on their marks in the appeared exams along with their performance in internal exam s along with practical, project assessment.


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