Central Board of Secondary Education 2020 - CBSE Board Date Sheet, Result, Syllabus, Question Papers
Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the recognized educational board by MHRD. CBSE board is responsible for conducting 10th and 12th class exams annually across the country. The CBSE application forms are accepted through schools while 10th, 12th class private students can apply online for the same.
As per the latest update, Central Board of Secondary Education has postponed CBSE 10th and 12th class exams. The new exam dates will be released in a day or two. Secondary class exams will be held for Northeast Delhi students. While CBSE 12th class exams will be held across the country for 23 main subjects only. After this, the CBSE board will come up with result for 10th and 12th class exams. Central Board of Secondary Education is being digital and has initiated e-learning through Diksha app. CBSE board operates through its 10 regional offices which are located in Delhi, Chennai, Guwahati, Ajmer, Panchkula, Allahabad, Patna, Bhubaneshwar, Thiruvananthapuram and Dehradun. Scroll down to get more on CBSE board, application form, exam date, syllabus, result, etc.
Latest: As per the official notification released by the Board, CBSE will not allot any external examination centre for the remaining CBSE Board exams.
New CBSE exam dates to be announced soon for postponed exams. Stay tuned with CBSE 12th date sheet and CBSE class 10 date sheet.
After conducting the exams, the board will release class 10 and 12 results in online mode. Check the date of:
- CBSE result 2020 class 10
- CBSE 12 result 2020
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Overview
Go through the following table to know about Central board or CBSE at a glance:
CBSE Board 2020 Highlights
Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE Board
Secondary exams (10th) & Senior Secondary exams
Number of schools in India*
Number of Schools in Foreign*
228 schools in 25 foreign countries
Types of Schools/Institutes*
16741 Independent, 3011 Government/Aided, 1138 KVs, 595 JNVs and 14 Central Tibetan schools
cbse.nic.in & cbseresuls.nic.in
Number of Regions
Delhi, Chennai, Guwahati, Ajmer, Panchkula, Allahabad, Patna, Bhubaneshwar, Thiruvananthapuram and Dehradun
011-22509256, 22509258, 22509257, 22509259
*as on May 1, 2019.
CBSE Date 2020
The Central Board of Secondary Education is about to release the 10th and 12th class date sheet for postponed exams. As per CBSE 10th date sheet 2020, the postponed exams will be held only for the northeast exam centres. Whereas 12th class exams will be held for 29 main subjects only. The new CBSE 12th class date sheet 2020 will be released after the end of lockdown.
CBSE Board 2020 Application Form
Central Board of Secondary Education releases application forms in online mode for private and regular students.
Private students can fill their form individually while that for regular students are filled by respective schools.
The Central Board of Secondary Education exam registration form is released in the month of October.
Students need to submit their required documents and fees in online mode to submit CBSE board application form successfully.
Central Board of Secondary Education Syllabus 2020
CBSE board has prescribed 10th and 12th class syllabus for session 2019-20 exams. 10th class students should refer to CBSE class 10 syllabus 2020 to prepare for upcoming exams. The board prepares 12th class questions papers based on CBSE 12th class syllabus 2020. So students should prepare accordingly. So follow the given links to get the latest CBSE board subject-wise syllabus.
Central Board of Secondary Education changes its curriculum from time to time as required to provide excellence for learning. As per the latest update, the CBSE board is about to introduce skill courses for students from class 6 to 11. This initiative is taken by the CBSE board to enhance the student’s innovative and critical thinking skills.
CBSE Board Exam Pattern
Knowing the exam pattern is one of the major steps for exam preparations.
Central Board of Secondary Education has designed 10th and 12th class exam pattern for session 2019-20 exams.
CBSE board divided total marks into two parts for most of the exams. 20 marks are fixed for internal examination and 80 for external examination.
The Central Board of Secondary Education provides 33% internal choice among the questions in most of the exams and duration of 3 hours is given to attempt the paper.
20% objective type questions and 80% subjective type questions are asked in the paper. 10th class students can check detailed CBSE 10th exam pattern for all subjects.
CBSE prescribes the NCERT books to the students of all the Classes. These books are written by the best authors. In addition to this, NCERT books are in simple language which makes them easy to understand for everyone. NCERT books also include the important topics from which questions are asked in the competitive exams. Therefore, it is advisable that students must prepare for the CBSE Board exams by referring to the NCERT books.
Central Board of Secondary Education Question Paper
Students preparing for upcoming exams must download previous year CBSE 10th class question papers. They should solve the same to know the important aspects of each subject examination. 12th class students can download stream-wise CBSE 12th class question papers in online mode. They should solve these papers in stipulated time.
Central Board of Secondary Education has released 10th and 12th class admit cards for regular and private students. The admit cards of regular students were released on January 17, 2020, while those for private students were released on January 21, 2020. Regular students can collect their admit cards from respective schools. Private candidates can download their CBSE board 2020 admit cards using the links given below:
Central Board of Secondary Education has prescribed the passing criteria of 10th and 12th class exams which are as follows:
For 12th class, each student will have to secure at least 33% marks in theory and 33% in practical and internal assessment. Along with this, their total marks should be at least 33% in each subject to pass an exam.
The passing marks are 33 out of 100, 26 out of 80, 23 out of 70, 19 out of 60, 13 out of 40, 9 out of 30 and 6 out of 20.
For 10th class, students need to score 33% marks in each subject, aggregately in theory and practical examinations.
Click here to download CBSE board 10th, 12th class subject-wise passing criteria.
The CBSE board releases 10th and 12th class results in online mode. Both class results are declared separately.
CBSE 10th class result 2020 will be out in the first week of June 2020 followed by 12th class result.
Around 30 lakh students are eager to check their Central Board of Secondary Education result 2020.
They need to enter Roll number, centre number, admit card ID and school number to check CBSE 12th result 2020.
While 10th class results can be viewed by entering roll number, school number, centre number, date of birth, and admit card ID.
Central Board of Secondary Education Digital Initiatives
CBSE board has taken various digital initiatives to provide hassle-free service to all the stakeholders which include students, teachers, parents, school principals. Here is the list of Digital Initiatives taken by the Central Board of Secondary Education
Exam Centre Locator (ECL) App
TETrA for Theory Evaluation Trend Analysis
Online Exam Centre Management System (OECMS)
IAPX-Online Internal Assessment & Practical Marks Collection
Online rechecking/photocopy/re-evaluation System (R 2.0)
CBSE Academic Repository
Results declaration through online portal, IVRS, SMS, Bing, Google, Umang app
Certificates through DigiLocker
CBSE Social Media Accounts:
CBSE Growth over the years:
CBSE Regional office and Centres of Excellence:
Central Board of Secondary Education has certain roles and responsibilities which are as follows:
- CBSE Board is responsible for all the matters which revolves around conducting the Secondary and Senior Secondary main and compartment examinations.
- It is concerned about updating the database of the CBSE affiliated schools in their region.
- CBSE is responsible for jointly working with a Centre of Excellence (CoE) for training and need of the school.
- Handholding and monitoring CBSE affiliated schools and report if any violation occurs is also one of the major responsibilities of the Board.
- It also involves the role of following the direction and mandate given by CBSE from time to time.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Central Board of Secondary Education 2020 - CBSE Board Date Sheet, Result, Syllabus, Question Papers
Question: What is the full form of CBSE?
CBSE stands for Central Board of Secondary Education.
Question: Which is the minimum attendance required to appear for CBSE exam?
Each student should have at least 75% attendance to appear for Central Board of Secondary Education examinations.
Question: How can I apply for relaxation in mandatory attendance?
Students can apply for relaxation in mandatory attendance through respective schools by producing required documents of valid reasons.
Question: Is the Central Board of Secondary Education tougher than state boards?
CBSE board is a bit tougher than state board. But it provides a student-friendly curriculum and topics can be gasped easily with dedication.
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Questions related to CBSE Class 10th
best app or website for cbse9th,10th
Thank you for your query. The best website for preparing for CBSE Exams and for study is the MyCBSEguides.com (//MyCBSEguides.com) which you can find in any browser. It provides access to many guides for different subjects and also mock tests which can help in scoring well for the exams. The best app would be of the Meritnation.
All the best
Some news is becoming viral that the CBSE board has cancelled the exams.How far is it true?
CBSE has decided to take the remaining 10th and 12th board exams from July 1 to 15, 2020.
if the state government announce that the public exam for 10th is cancelled will the nios 10th exam will also be cancelled?
The State Education Ministry/Department is responsible for the exams of respective State Board.
NIOS is a separate national level board and such announcements by State Govt. will not mean that NIOS exams also will be cancelled.
For NIOS exam dates/updates, stay tuned to the home page of their official website where all latest news and notifications are posted.
You should consider that NIOS class 10 exams are cancelled if and only if it is also posted in the above link.
Hope this helps.
when is going to the result will publish
The CBSE Board was earlier scheduled to declare the CBSE Class 10 Boards Examination results online, on cbseresults.nic.in., in the first week of May. The declaration of the results was expected to be on May 6, 2020. However due to the ongoing Corona Virus pandemic, the examinations have been postponed and the results are expected to be delayed.
You can stay updated on our website via the following link:
Hope this helps you. We wish you the best for your future endeavours!
I bubbled one letter of my name incorrectly but wrote correctly in boxes? (CBSE class 10)
If you have filled your Roll no correctly then according to your number the scanner will match the database and will consider the wrong bubble that you have marked!
Even the Application has another advantage that it either checks the characters or the bubble .Either of them have to be correct
If both of them are wrong ,then there are chances that the paper may be rejected,Else you are good to go