CBSE 12th Result 2020
Dinesh Goyal, 03 Sep 2019, #CBSE Class 12th
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CBSE 12th Result 2020 - Central Board of Secondary Education will declare CBSE class 12 result in the first week of May 2020 @cbseresults.nic.in. CBSE 12th result 2020 for Science, Commerce and Arts stream can be accessed through a number of methods. To check online CBSE 12th Result, they will have to enter their roll number, school number and other details. The result will contain the subject-wise marks and their pass/ fail status of a student. CBSE 12th exams 2020 to be held in the month of March. The direct link to check CBSE 12th result 2020 will be provided in this article as soon as the result is declared.

Last year, the CBSE result class 12 was declared on May 2 and CBSE 12th exams were held from February 15 to April 4, 2019. Last year, 259868 candidates appeared for the exams, out of which, 238729 candidates passed the exams successfully. This year also, the board expected to declare CBSE class 12 result during the same period.

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CBSE 12th Result 2020 Dates

Before going through the details, refer to the following table to know about all the dates pertaining to CBSE 12th.

CBSE Class 12 Result Date

Event

Tentative Dates

Exam date

February 15 to April 6, 2019

class 12 Result date

First week of May 2019

Application for Result Verification

First week of May 2019

Application for Result Re-evaluation

Last week of May 2019

Result after Re-evaluation

Last week of June 2019

Compartment Result Date

Third week of July 2019

How to check CBSE 12th Result 2020?

Students can check CBSE class 12 result in online mode by following any of the given methods:

  1. Through Online Portal

  2. Via SMS

  3. IVRS

  4. Through DigiLocker

  5. Through Google Search Engine

Here, students can check all step by step procedure to view CBSE 12th result through all methods.

1. CBSE Class 12 Result 2020 through Online Result Portal

This is the most common and preferred method to check the class 12 CBSE result 2020. In this, students need to visit CBSE 12th result window and enter details as asked to access their result. Here are the steps to check 12th Class CBSE result:

  • First of all, visit the official website (cbseresults.nic.in).

  • It will open the home page of CBSE result portal. Click on the link that says “Senior Secondary (Class XII) Result 2020”.

  • It will lead to CBSE class 12 result login window.

  • Enter the Roll number, School number, Centre number and admit card ID in appropriate fields.

  • Click on the “Submit” button. CBSE result 2020 class 12 will open on the screen.

  • Take a printout or screenshot of the same and keep it safe for further references.

CBSE class 12 result login window will look like as shown here:

CBSE-class-12-result-window

2. CBSE Result class 12 via SMS

To check result via SMS students will have to follow the following steps:

  • Create a SMS in this format: cbse12 <rollno> <sch no> <center no>.

  • Now send this message to a number: 7738299899.

  • CBSE class 12 result is sent as an SMS on the same number.

3. Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) to Check Result

This is the easiest and most loved method to hear CBSE result for class 12 by calling on a specified number given below:

  • For local subscribers in Delhi - 24300699

  • For subscribers in other parts of the country - 011 – 24300699

4. Use DigiLocker or UMANG Application to access CBSE Class 12 Result 2020

  • The board provides digital mark sheets through DigiLocker and UMANG mobile application.

  • Login credentials are sent to students via SMS on their registered mobile number.

  • Students can access their CBSE 12th result by logging in to any of the aforementioned applications.

5. CBSE Class 12 Result via Google

After the announcement of CBSE 12th result, Google search engine also provides the same on its result page for a short time. Students can follow the given steps to check Class 12 result via Google:

  • Visit google home page: www.google.com.

  • Type “CBSE 12th Result 2020” in the search box and submit it.

  • It will open the CBSE result window on its result page.

  • Enter details as asked and click on the submit button.

  • The result for entered credentials will be shown on the screen.

CBSE-class-12-result-via-google

Apart from the aforementioned methods, Schools under the Delhi Region can collect the results from the office of the respective Zonal office of Deputy Director of Education by confirming the time with them.

Details Mentioned in CBSE 12th Result 2020

The following details will be communicated through the marksheet of CBSE 12th. Students should ensure the accuracy of details and contact CBSE officials or respective schools in case of any discrepancy.

  • Name of Student

  • Roll Number

  • Mother’s Name

  • Father’s Name

  • School Name

  • Subject Code

  • Marks Obtained

  • Grade

  • Result (Pass/Fail)

CBSE-12th-result-marksheet

Apart from these, some abbreviations are also used in CBSE class 12 result. These abbreviations have a proper meaning which is explained below:

CBSE 12th Result 2020

Abbreviations

Details

QUAL

Eligible for Qualifying Certificate

SJD

Subjudice (under judgement)

EIOP

Eligible for Improvement of Performance

XXXX

Improvement

UFM

Unfair means

N.E.

Not Eligible

NIOP

Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance

R.W.

Result Withheld

R.L.

Result Later

Verification and Re-evaluation of CBSE 12th Result 2020

CBSE provides the facility of verification and re-evaluation to provide transparency. After result, some students may think that they did not secure marks as per their performance in the exam. Such students can apply for verification and Re-evaluation of the result.

Verification

  • The link for verification is opened after one or two days of CBSE class 12 result declaration.

  • Students will have to apply online by paying a fee of Rs. 500 per subject.

  • The result after verification of marks will be provided in online mode and in offline mode too if marks are changed due to verification.

Obtaining a Photocopy of Evaluated Answer Book

  • Only, students who applied for verification of marks are eligible to apply for obtaining a photocopy of their evaluated answer script(s).

  • They can apply for this online in the third week of May 2020.

  • For this, they will have to pay processing charges i.e. Rs. 700 per subject.

  • The photocopy of evaluated answer script is provided to through candidate login account.

CBSE 12th Result for Re-evaluation

  • Only, those who applied for the photocopy of answer script can apply for re-evaluation for any question(s).

  • Applications for re-evaluation are accepted in online mode only for the theory portion only.

  • Students will have to pay Rs. 100 per question as processing charges.

  • CBSE 12th result after re-evaluation will be communicated in online mode as well as through a letter by speed post.

  • Decrease or increase of one or more mark will be effected and no further applications will be accepted for review.

CBSE Class 12 Result for Compartment

  • Application: Students who are unable to clear an exam can apply for compartment exam. Applications for this exam is accepted in online mode by Paying Rs. 200 per subject (For All India students). This is the second chance provided to students by CBSE to save their one year of academic study. So one should prepare well for the exam and practise with CBSE class 12 question papers to ace the exam.

  • Exam: CBSE class 12 compartment exam will be held in the first week of July 2020 and admit cards are made available online in the third week of June.

  • Result: The board releases CBSE 12th result for compartment exam in the third week of July. Students can check their CBSE compartment result online by entering the required credentials.

CBSE Class 12 Grading System

Marks

Grades

Points for Grades

91-100

A1

10

81-90

A2

9

71-80

B1

8

61-70

B2

7

51-60

C1

6

41-50

C2

5

31-40

D

4

21-30

E1

-

0-20

E2

-

Steps to calculate CGPA

Students can calculate their CGPA of CBSE 12th result by following the given method:

  • Add the grade points of all the subjects.

  • Now divide it with the total number of subject.

  • For example, if your Grade points are = 7, 8, 9, 7, 10, then your total CGPA would be = (7+8+9+7+10)/5 = 8.2.

Convert CGPA to Percentage

Students can calculate their overall percentage from their CGPA scores by following the given steps:

  • Calculation of overall percentage = CGPA X 9.5

  • For example, if your CGPA is 8.2 then the overall percentage is 8.2*9.5 = 77.9%

What after CBSE 12th Result 2020?

  • After passing class 12th, students will go for higher studies: Graduation or Diploma courses.

  • Admissions to various colleges and universities for undergraduate courses will open immediately after the declaration of CBSE class 12 result.

  • Students can read career options after 12th to know about the scope and job opportunities in a career which will help then to choose a perfect course for high studies.

  • Students can visit National Scholarship Portal to know about various scholarships available for college going students.

CBSE 12th Result - Last Year Topper details

Rank

Topper's Name

Marks Secured

1

HANSIKA SHUKLA

499

1

KARISHMA ARORA

499

2

GAURANGI CHAWLA

498

2

AISHWARYA

498

2

BHAVYA

498

3

3rd rank was shared by 18 students

497

CBSE Class 12 Result - Previous year Statistics

Year

Total appeared students

Overall Pass %

Boys' pass %

Girls' pass %

2019

1205484

83.40

79.40

88.70

2018

11,86,306

83.3

78.99

88.31

2017

11,01,206

73.96

68.66

82.29

2016

9,92,656

83.05

78.85

88.58

2015

9,62,122

82

77.77

87.56

2014

9,67,993

82.66

78.27

88.52

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - CBSE 12th Result 2020

Question: What is the difference between verification and re-evaluation?

Answer:

In the verification, the marks will be verified only along with the total. Whereas re-evaluation is a different thing in which the answers are re-checked by a teacher to check if the marks given to a question, need to be changed or not.

Question: Can I challenge CBSE 12th result after re-evaluation?

Answer:

No, you can not challenge CBSE class 12 result after re-evaluation. Any further request for review is not entertained after verification/re-evaluation.

Question: Can I apply for re-evaluation without applying for verification?

Answer:

No, you can not do so. To apply for re-evaluation, you will have to apply for verification and obtaining a photocopy of the answer script.

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As per JEE mains criteria, Candidates who have passed class 12 or any other equivalent exam in 2018 or 2019 or those who will be appearing in class 12 or any other equivalent examination in 2020 will be eligible to appear in JEE Main 2020. Those who have passed class 12 or equivalent examination in 2017 or before and those who will appear in 2021 or later will not be eligible to appear in JEE Main 2020. Aspirants who have appeared for their class 12 in 2017, failed in 2017 but have appeared again in 2018 and passed are not eligible for JEE Main 2020.

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can i apply for cbs e 12th board as private candidate . as i have passed my 12th board in 2018.

Afreen Anjum Student Expert 25th Sep, 2019

Hii..

As your query is about private candidate in CBSE .. as there are many condition or eligibility for private candidates in CBSE you have not mention here if you are passed in 2018 and why want to apply for private candidate ....

so to know about the private candidate eligibility and guidelines and about the condition where can a candidate apply for private candidates go through this link where you can clear your doubts:

http://www.cbse.nic.in/faq/private_candidate.htm

https://cbseonline.ernet.in/pvtform/

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is the cbse improvement exam giving students answer sheets will be checked like regular student answer sheets (according to marking scheme ) or some hard checking is there?

Aditya kumar Student Expert 23rd Sep, 2019
Hello there!

Greetings!

There's no hard checking or something for cbse improvement exam student, the answer sheet checking is pretty normal like regular students answer sheet as students who appear in the improvement exam has to face the same question paper as that of regular student's question paper and teachers has to follow the same marking scheme as prescribed by the cbde whether it'sthe answer sheet of regular or improvement student.

Thankyou
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Will i have to give practicals with theroy this year(2020) of class 12 final cbse board examination. The new pdf uploaded on cbse official website says that all candidates no matter whether they had passed or not have to give practicals Refer new private candidate pdf page 8 annexure 3 Point 4th

Ashish pal Student Expert 18th Sep, 2019

Hello Ankit.

Yes you have to give practical in your board exams of 2020 along with theory exam also.

If you are a regular scholar then no need to worry your college will arrange the things at your own college.

If you are a private student then CBSE will make a centre in your city for your practicals. You will get the information in notifications.

Ok good luck

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At which place internal assessment for maths and English would be conducted for CBSE class 12th private candidates?

Ashish pal Student Expert 16th Sep, 2019

Hello dear aspirant

It is not exactly your headache actually your college will be looking into the Matter. Most probably these will be at your own college for regular students. And in case you are a private student then CBSE will make a centre for the same in your city itself.

Ok good luck

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