The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) announced class 12th results on Monday, and it is expected that by July 15, it will announce Class 10th results. However, the CBSE officials haven’t made any confirmation about it. But it was earlier said that the results will be announced on or before July 15.
Lakhs of students sitting there with their fingers crossed and an eye on the result can keep themselves updated by visiting the websites: cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in
Around 19 lakh students for class 10th results
Last year, in 2019, 17, 61,078 students appeared for the CBSE Class 10th Examination. Whereas this year, 18,89,878 students registered. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the exams of Class 12th, scheduled in March and April couldn’t be conducted.
Because of this, CBSE has decided not to release the list of toppers. Results this year will be solely based on the number of examinations held. However, students will be given the chance to improve their scores later.
Core exams of the five subjects of CBSE Class 10th were completed before Lockdown (except for the North East Delhi). Hence, the results will be based on their performance.
The results (along with mark sheet and certificate) will be available online, and students are advised not to visit schools for any queries regarding transfer certificate, score, or result, as it may promote the spread of the virus. After the results are announced, an online facility will be provided to students to recheck their scores.
The Central Board of Secondary Education, a national level board of education in India. It is controlled and managed by the Union Government of India. CBSE affiliates all KVs, JNVs, private schools, and the schools approved by the government of India. It follows the NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) curriculum and asks the affiliated schools to do the same.