CBSE Result Name and State Wise 2020 - CBSE will release the name and school-wise CBSE result for 10th and 12th in the first week of May 2020 on cbseresults.nic.in. Usually, there is a gap of 2-3 days in the result of both the classes. Students will be able to check their CBSE results by entering their credentials such as to admit card number, roll number, date of birth, school number and centre number. They can also check their results through SMS without the help of the internet. The Central Board of Secondary Education will conduct the CBSE class 10th exams in February/April. Students must remember that they can also obtain their documents through Digi locker. CBSE will provide them with the Digi locker credentials through SMS. The CBSE 12th exams will be conducted in February/March.Last year the result for Class 10th was released on May 6, 2019. On the other hand, CBSE Class 12th result 2019 was released on May 2, 2019. Read the article to know how to check CBSE result name and state wise. Also, know the supplementary exam dates and re-evaluation process.Latest: CBSE admit card 2020 has been released for both regular and private candidates. Check here.
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Students are advised to go through the upcoming events of the CBSE results to stay acquainted with the upcoming events.
CBSE Result 10th and 12th Dates
CBSE class 12 exams
CBSE 12th result 2020
First week of May 2020
CBSE class 10 exams 2020
CBSE 10th result 2020
CBSE Compartment Exam 2020
First week of July 2020
CBSE Re-evaluation Result 2020
Students need to follow the steps mentioned below to view the CBSE exam result 2020.
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Visit the official website of the CBSE result portal, cbseresults.nic.in.
Now towards the right, go to the ‘News and Events’ section.
Click on the ‘CBSE 10th Result 2020.’ In the case of Class 12th, click on ‘CBSE Result for 12th.’
The result will be opened on the screen. Take a print of the result and save it for future use. The result window will look like a provided snapshot.
Students can also check their CBSE results via SMS. Refer to the table below to know the specified format to check the CBSE result through SMS.
Format of checking CBSE Result via SMS
cbse10 <rollno> <dob> <sch no> <center no>
Send it to the given mobile number: 7738299899
cbse12 <rollno> <sch no> <center no>
The details that are included in the CBSE results are provided below.
The candidates who are not satisfied with the marks they’ve scored can apply for the re-evaluation from the official website. For doing the same, students will have to request for obtaining the photocopies of their answer booklets. After this, they need to apply for the re-evaluation from the last week of May till June 1, 2020. Students need to pay Rs. 100 per question in case of CBSE Class 10. In the case of Class 12th students, they need to apply for the re-evaluation in the last week of May 2020 and have to pay the same amount as mentioned above.
Students who are unable to pass the CBSE result for Class 10th or 12th 2020 are advised to tackle the situation with calmness without being depressed. CBSE puts forth the opportunity of reappearing for the exam of one or two subjects in case the student fails. This helps in saving the whole year of the student and simultaneously have a chance to clear the exams. CBSE Class 10th and 12th candidates can apply for the compartment exam from the first week of July 2020. The CBSE compartment results will be declared in the third week of July 2020.
After the declaration of the CBSE results 2020 for 10th & 12th, students must collect their original mark sheets from the respective school authorities. After the release of the 10th CBSE results, students should choose streams according to their interest. They can also apply for some scholarship exams such as NTSE, KVPY, etc. In the case of Class 12th, students are advised to choose the courses as per their interest after thorough research about its future relevance.
Students are advised to go through the previous year statistics of CBSE result Class 10th and 12th 2020. This will help them to know about the graph of the pass percentage of the previous years.
Previous Year Statistics of CBSE Result Class 10th
Total appeared Students
Boys’ pass %
Girls’ pass %
Overall Pass Percentage
Students must go through the stats of CBSE 12th result 2020 to know the pass percentage of the previous years.
Total appeared students
Overall Pass %
Boys' pass %
Girls' pass %
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Students can check the re-evaluation/re-checking result from the official website, cbseresults.nic.in.
It depends upon the preparation of the candidate. If the students prepare for the exam well it’ll seem easy to him/her or else vice versa. Usually, the compartment exams are not that tough, their difficulty level is like the normal exam.
Yes, in the case of verification only the total marks are re-verified. But in the case of re-evaluation, the entire answer booklet is re-checked.
Students will be able to check the CBSE results by visiting the official website, cbseresults.nic.in.
The CBSE result state-wise for both Class 10th and 12th will be declared in the first week of May 2020.
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If im not wrong you are talking about VGN Chinmaya Vidyalaya School, Avadi which is situated in tamil nadu> this is a private unaided school affiated to cbse and co-ed.
The classes are from LKG(LOWER KINDERGARTEN) to class 10th.
you can refer this link
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HC Verma and Xam Idea. H C Verma is a must-have and the go-to book for Class 12 Physics. Apart from it, S L Arora, Pradeep’s and Xam Idea are other great options. W
Pradeep’s Chemistry. Pradeep’s Chemistry is really helpful. You can also use OP Tandon as a good and dependable reference. However, do not neglect your NCERT book. Refer to these other books only when you have finished revising the NCERT book thoroughly.
RS Aggarwal & M L Khanna. For commerce students, Part 1 and 2 by R D Sharma has a great collection of problems. You could also refer to U-Like papers as Mathematics is one of the most scoring subjects and you certainly don’t want to miss that opportunity.
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Hi Shyam ,
First of all you should collect all the materials which you need for your preparations.This should include texts which you are planning to refer,notes and most importantly previous year question papers with answers.
Secondly make timetable so that you can complete the portions within the time provided. Just roughly refer the previous year question papers so as to get an idea about the pattern of questions .
Now it's time to study. You should understand each and every topic and also maintain your own views about the same.
It is subject in which the examiner evaluates you on length but you should have a very good time management. Also keep in mind that examiner is not going to read all your answers.Underline important points,make flow charts etc.
Hope this helps.
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