CBSE 10th Result 2020

CBSE 10th Result 2020 - Central Board of Secondary Education will release the CBSE class 10th result in the first week of May 2020 online on Students should have their admit card number, date of birth, roll number, school number and centre number to access the CBSE 10th result 2020. The online result will reveal the subject-wise scores obtained by the students in CBSE 10th board exams. Students can also check their CBSE Class 10 Result through SMS and IVRS facility provided by the Board. CBSE 10th Exams exams will be held in pen and paper mode in the month of February/ March 2020. Every year, around 16 lakh students appear in CBSE Class 10 Board exams.

Last year, CBSE result for class 10 exams was declared on May 6, 2019 while the exams were conducted from February 21 to March 29, 2019. The overall pass percentage in 2019 was 91.1%. Read the article to know about CBSE 10th result 2020 such as dates, verification, previous years' trends and more.

CBSE 10th Result 2020 Dates


CBSE Class 10 Dates

CBSE 10th Examination dates

February- March 2020

CBSE Class 10 Result 2020 datefirst week of May 2020
Re-evaluation Application DatesLast week of May 2020
CBSE Class 10th Re-evaluation Result DateSecond week of June 220
CBSE 10th Compartment Exam Dates

First week of July 2020

Release of Compartment Admit CardLast week of May 2020
Declaration of CBSE Class 10 Compartment Result

First week of August 2020

How to check CBSE 10th Result 2020?

Students should follow the step-wise process to check the CBSE Class 10 result 2020. Skipping any step may lead to incorrect result details or students may not be able to access the result.

  1. Go to the main website of CBSE results, or click on the above link (to be updated after the official announcement) to check the CBSE 10th result.
  2. After clicking the same, a result window will appear in the new tab.
  3. Students need to enter their CBSE class 10th board roll number, date of birth, school number and centre number (as provided on the CBSE admit card).
  4. Re-check the entered details and click on the ‘Submit’ button.
  5. The CBSE Class 10th result 2020 containing the subject-wise scores and grades will be displayed on the screen
  6. Students are advised to download a copy of the result and keep it safe till the receipt of the mark sheet.

Snapshot of CBSE 10th Result window


How to Check CBSE 10th Result 2020 via SMS?

Another way to check the CBSE class 10 result is through SMS. Students have to send an SMS to a specific number in the given format below:

  1. Open SMS application on the mobile phone.
  2. Type an SMS: cbse10<space>roll number<space>date of birth<space>school number<space>centre number.
  3. Now, send it to 7738299899.
  4. Students will receive their CBSE 10 result through SMS on their mobile phone within a few minutes.

Call or IVRS to check CBSE class 10 result

CBSE Board will also provide the facility of Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) through which students can call on the given numbers to obtain the CBSE class 10 result. The numbers specified by CBSE have been given below:

Area CoveredTelephone Numbers
Local subscribers of Delhi24300699
Subscribers from other parts of the country011 – 24300699

Use DigiLocker to download CBSE 10th result

  • CBSE also provides the Class 10th digital mark sheets in DigiLocker App or website.
  • It can be downloaded by login to the DigiLocker website and mobile application.
  • Students will get credentials for DigiLocker account on phone via SMS.

Details Available on CBSE 10th Result 2020

The CBSE result class 10th file will contain the given details. Students should verify their details before downloading the same. Besides, in the case of unsatisfied marks, read the given section of re-evaluation and compartment-


How to calculate CGPA of CBSE 10th Class Result?

  • First of all, Add your grade points of the main five subjects
  • Now, divide it by 5.

For example, if your grade points for the five main subjects are: 9, 8, 9, 9 and 7, then

Step 1: Add the grade points: 9+8+9+9+7 = 42

Step 2: Divide it by 5; 42/5 = 8.4

Thus, your CGPA will be 8.4.

Know how to convert CGPA into the percentage

  • In order to convert your overall CGPA into the percentage, multiply it by 9.5.

  • For example, When CGPA is 8.4, it should be multiplied by 9.5,

  • Thus, 8.4 x 9.5 = 79.80%

CBSE Class 10th Result 2020 Verification and Re-evaluation

Students who are not satisfied with CBSE class 10 result will be can apply for the process of verification and re-evaluation.

  • The application for re-evaluation and verification will be accepted in May 2020.
  • Students will have a period of 5-6 days to apply for re-evaluation or verification of CBSE 10th result 2020
  • Students have to pay a fee for the re-evaluation of Rs. 500 per subject to apply.
  • The payment can be made through gateway/net banking, debit/credit card (both national/ international).
  • Only students who apply for verification can request for photocopy(ies) of the answer sheets.
  • The processing fee for obtaining a photocopy of the answer booklet will be Rs. 500 per subject.

CBSE Class 10th Re-evaluation Result

In case, students feel unsatisfied with their marks in CBSE 10th result 2020 can apply for re-evaluation. The online portal to register for re-checking/ re-evaluation will be activated in the month of May 2020.

  • The portal will remain active for 2 -3 days.
  • Students need to pay a re-evaluation fee of Rs. 100 per question to register online. The fee is non-refundable.
  • Any changes in the marks will be reflected in the final CBSE Class 10th scorecard.
  • The CBSE 10th result 2020 declared after re-evaluation will be considered final.
  • No further appeal against the re-evaluation will be entertained.

CBSE 10th Compartment Result

For some, CBSE 10th result brings happiness while for a few, it may give disappointment. Students who receive the unsatisfactory outcome can avail a chance for improvement through CBSE Class 10 compartment exams. CBSE will conduct the compartment exams for class 10th in the month of July 2020. The compartment CBSE 10th datesheet will be released online. In 2019, the class 10th compartment exams were held from July 2 to 10, 2019.

  • Schools have to fill the form for the CBSE compartmental form and pay the required fee through the online portal.
  • Candidates who will appear for March 2019 Exam as regular students from and placed as Compartment should contact their respective schools to register for CBSE compartment 2020 exams
  • CBSE 10th result 2020 for compartment exams will be released in the first week of August 2020.

CBSE Class 10th Result- Previous Year's Statistics

YearTotal appeared StudentsBoys’ pass %Girls’ pass %Overall Pass Percentage

CBSE Class 10 Toppers' List

Sr. No.Student's NameTotal Marks ObtainedRegion
1Siddhant Pengoriya499Dehradun
2Divyansh Wadhwa499Dehradun
3Yogesh Kumar Gupta499Prayagraj
4Ankur Mishra499Dehradun
5Vatsal Varshney499Dehradun
7Aryan Jha499Ajmer
8Taru Jain499Ajmer
9Bhavana Sivadas499Trivandrum
10Ish Madan499Dehradun

CBSE 10th Result 2019 Statistics

  • 91.1% of the candidates passed the exams successfully.
  • Trivandrum region tops among all other regions.
  • 13 Candidates got the first position with 499/500 marks.
  • A total of 97 candidates secured the first three ranks.
  • 138705 candidates got a compartment which is 7.88% of the total
  • First three ranks are shared, 97 candidates
  • Girls have performed better than boys with a pass percentage of 92.45 and boys pass percentage is 90.14
Pass percentage

CBSE Class 10 Result 2019 (Institution-wise Performance)

RankInstitutePass Percentage
5Govt Aided76.95

CBSE 10th Result 2020- Regions




Zone 1


NCT of and Foreign Schools

Zone 2


Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Goa, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and Daman and Diu

Zone 3


Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and Mizoram

Zone 4


Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Zone 5


Haryana, Union Territory of Chandigarh, Punjab, J&K, and Himachal Pradesh

Zone 6


Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand

Zone 7


Bihar and Jharkhand

Zone 8


West Bengal, Odisha, and Chhattisgarh

Zone 9


Kerala, Lakshadweep, and Karnataka

Zone 10


Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand

What after the declaration of CBSE Class 10 Result 2020?

Students need to collect their original mark sheet from their school after the result. This is an important document and must be kept safe. Students will now be able to choose an academic stream from Science, Commerce and Arts to pursue for the next 2 years.

Also read, which stream to select after class 10th?

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - CBSE 10th Result 2020

Question: What is the passing criteria for CBSE Class 10 Exams 2020?


A student should obtain a minimum of 33% in each subject to pass the class 12th examination. However, students should pass practical exams separately.

Question: Does CBSE fail students in the Class 10 Board Exams?


Yes, if a student fails to secure the minimum passing marks of 33% even after grace marks then the board will declare the student fail. If students fail in one or two papers then they have the provision to re-appear in compartment exams to save a year.

Question: What if I fail in one subject?


If any student fails in one or two subjects in CBSE class 10th then he/she can appear in compartmental exams. The exams will be held in July while the applications will be commenced straight after the declaration of CBSE 10th result 2020.

Question: Does the syllabus of CBSE compartment exams remain the same?


Yes, the CBSE 10th syllabus of compartment exams and regular exams remains the same.

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Questions related to CBSE Class 10th

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How can I cancel my Improvement form of class 10th?

Tamajit Student Expert 23rd Oct, 2019

Hi Arshad,

As per CBSE guidelines, there is no mention of a methodology for cancelling your improvement examination or nullify your candidature for the improvement examination. However, what you can do is you can skip the improvement examination only if you do not want to appear for the examination.

CBSE generates two separate marksheets for improvement candidates: one during the normal attempt of the examination and the other after the improvement examination which carries the marks of the improvement examination, thus you can show the mark sheet of your first or normal attempt and that way there is no evidence to prove the fact that you applied for the improvement examination. But do keep in mind that you must have an explanation for the academic gap that you are going to have between class X and class XII as that might be asked in your future places of academic enrollment.



can i opt for biocomputer after selecting basic maths in class 10 th

Sunanda Dhar Student Expert 24th Sep, 2019

yes you can opt for biocomputer after having maths at class 10.At class 10 leve basics are taught so can easily copeup with that.

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