The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the CBSE class 10th result today on cbseresult.nic.in. Those who have appeared for the class 10th can check their results. In comparison to last year the number of pass candidates has increased by 0.36%. A total of 91.46% of students have passed the CBSE Board class 10th examination.
How to Check CBSE Class 10th Result 2020?
1. Visit the official results website of CBSE, cbseresults.nic.in
2 Click on the link for CBSE class 10 result 2020
3. Enter the credentials required and login
4. The result will be flashed on the screen.
Students can also check their result on other platforms like Digilocker, Umang app, via SMS and IVR. Students can also download their digital marksheet from DigiLocker app.
Those who want to use Umang app for checking their result, they need to click on the marksheet tab and then enter their roll number and date of birth.
Girls have outperformed the boys
This year approx. 18 lakh students appeared for CBSE class 10 examination and the pass percentage is 91.46%. Like in CBSE class 12th result 2020, girls have outperformed the boys with a pass percentage of 93.31, whereas boys have a pass percentage of 90.14%.
A total of 41,804 students or 2.23% have scored above 95% marks and
9.84 percent have scored 90 percent in the CBSE 10th exam 2020.
Zone-wise pass percentage for CBSE 10th Exam Result 2020
- Trivandrum — 99.28
- Chennai — 98.95
- Bengaluru — 98.23
- Pune —98.05
- Ajmer— 96.93
- Panchkula —94.31
- Bhubaneswar —93.20
- Bhopal —92.86
- Chandigarh —91.83
- Patna —90.69
- Dehradun —89.72
- Prayagraj –89.12
- Noida— 87.51
- Delhi West —85.96
- Delhi East— 85.79
- Guwahati —79.12
With 99.23 pass percentage, the Kendriya Vidyala Sangathan school (KV) has topped the list, followed by Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalya (JNV ) with 98.66 pass percent.
Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ tweeted
The exams for CBSE Class 10 were to be conducted from 15 February till 20 March this year, but due to COVID outbreak exams after 19 March were postponed. The postponed exams were then scheduled to be held from 1 to 15 July 2020. Later the exams were cancelled due to the increase in the number of coronavirus cases.