About CBSE Class 10th 2020

CBSE Board 10th Exams 2020- Central Board of Secondary Education conducts class 10th board examination for regular students in the month of February-March every year. Students who have enrolled in class X of a school affiliated to CBSE are eligible to appear in CBSE class 10th board exam. Here are the highlights of the CBSE 10th exams 2020:

  • The board has released the CBSE 10th date sheet 2020 for regular exams.
  • CBSE 10th exams 2020 will be held from February 15 to March 20, 2020.
  • The practical exams will be organised from January 1 to February 7, 2020.
  • CBSE Class 10th exams 2020 will be held in the morning session from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm.
  • The board has released the CBSE admit cards 2020 for regular students on January 17, 2020 and for private students on January 21, 2020. 
  • Private candidates can download the admit card by entering the requisite details.
  • Students should go through CBSE class 10 syllabus 2020 to know about the subject-wise syllabus and download them.
  • The application process is held through schools for regular students while private students can register online for CBSE 10th exams 2020.
  • Students should practise with CBSE class 10 question papers 2020 to analyze their preparation level.
  • After the exams, around 16 lakh students will be curious to check the result which will be released in the first week of May 2020.
  • Students will be able to access CBSE 10th result 2020 on cbseresults.nic.in by entering requisite details.

CBSE Class 10th 2020 Highlights

Full Exam Name Central Board of Secondary Education Class 10th Examination
Short Exam Name CBSE Class 10th
Conducting Body Central Board of Secondary Education
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level Matriculate
Languages Arabic, Assamese +16 More
Mode of Application Offline
Mode of Exam Offline
Exam Duration 3 Hours

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CBSE Class 10th 2020 Important Dates

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Upcoming Dates and Events

29 Feb, 2020

Exam - Hindi course a & b | Mode: Offline Today

02 Mar, 2020

Exam - Hind music mel.ins, Hind music vocal, Carnatic music vocal, Car. Music (mel ins), Hind music.per.ins | Mode: Offline

04 Mar, 2020

Exam - Science theory, Science w/o practical | Mode: Offline

06 Mar, 2020

Exam - Elementary of business | Mode: Offline

07 Mar, 2020

Exam - Sanskrit | Mode: Offline

12 Mar, 2020

Exam - Mathematics basic & standard | Mode: Offline

14 Mar, 2020

Exam - Painting | Mode: Offline

18 Mar, 2020

Exam - Social science | Mode: Offline

20 Mar, 2020

Exam - Information & communication technology, computer application | Mode: Offline

Past Dates and Events

28 Feb, 2020

Exam - Elementary book-K & accy | Mode: Offline

26 Feb, 2020

Exam - English communication, English language & literature | Mode: Offline

24 Feb, 2020

Exam - Urdu course-a, Urdu course-b, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Sindhi, Marathi, Gujarati, Manipuri, Odia, Malayalam, Assamese, Tibetan, Russian, Persian, Nepali, Limboo, Lepcha, Telugu - Telangana, Bodo, Tangkhul, Bhutia, Spanish, Kashmiri, Mizo, Bahasa M | Mode: Offline

22 Feb, 2020

Exam - Kannada, Arabic, French, Gurung, German, Japanese | Mode: Offline

20 Feb, 2020

Exam - Info technology, Marketing & sales | Mode: Offline

17 Feb, 2020

Exam - Home science, National cadet corps, E-publishing and e- office | Mode: Offline

15 Feb, 2020

Exam - Dynamics of retailing, Security, Automobile tech, Introduction to fin.markets, Intro to tourism, Beauty & wellness, Basic agriculture Food production, Front office operation, Banking & insurance, Marketing & sales, Health care services, Apparel, Media, Mu | Mode: Offline

01 Jan, 2020 - 07 Feb, 2020

Exam - Practical Exams | Mode: Offline

21 Jan, 2020

Admit Card - Admit Card for Private students | Mode: Online

17 Jan, 2020

Admit Card - Admit Card for Regular students | Mode: Offline

01 Oct, 2019 - 15 Oct, 2019

Late Fee Application - Private candidates | Mode: Online

26 Aug, 2019 - 30 Sep, 2019

Application - Private candidates | Mode: Online

CBSE Class 10th 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Regular students must have cleared their class 9 from a recognized board of education and studied their 10th class from an institution affiliated to CBSE. They must also obtain the required percentage of attendance in class 10 and submit the examination form with the requisite fee before the deadline. Only those applications which are accepted by the board will be allowed to sit for the CBSE Class 10 exams 2020.

CBSE 10th Exams 2020 eligibility for private candidates

  • Candidates failed class 10 from the state board exam.
  • Wards of teachers serving in educational institutions affiliated to CBSE.
  • Female students who are bonafide residents of the NCT of Delhi who satisfy the following conditions: They have privately pursued the prescribed course of study; they are unable to join class X affiliated to the board; physically handicapped students who produce sufficient evidence of having difficulty in attending classes in a normal school or institution.

CBSE Class 10th 2020 Application Process

Mode of Application : Offline

Regular students of school preparing to appear for CBSE 10th exams 2020 were required to fill the examination form as instructed by the authorities of their respective schools.

Private candidates should submit the application form along with prescribed fee and three copies of passport-sized photographs to apply for CBSE 10th Exams 2020. The application form will have to be submitted to the regional officer of CBSE of the state/UT they are residing in. 

Points mentioned below need to be kept in mind while filling in the details in examination form:

  • Regular students who were unable to clear class IX from a recognized board will not be allowed to appear for CBSE Class 10th as private candidates.
  • Private candidates will not be allowed to appear for a subject that is not taught in CBSE affiliated institution.

CBSE Class 10th 2020 Syllabus

Hindi course-a

Hindi course-b

Mathamatics+

Mathamatics: Unit 01
Coordinate geometry,Number systems
Mathamatics: Unit 02
Algebra
Mathamatics: Unit 03
Coordinate geometry
Mathamatics: Unit 04
Geometry
Mathamatics: Unit 05
Trigonometry
Mathamatics: Unit 06
Mensuration
Mathamatics: Unit 07
Statistics and probabilty

Science+

Science: Unit 01
Chemical substances-nature and behaviour
Science: Unit 02
World of living
Science: Unit 03
Natural phenomena
Science: Unit 04
Effect of current
Science: Unit 05
Natural resources

Social science+

Social science: Unit 01
India and the contemporary world – ii
Social science: Unit 02
Contemporary india – ii
Social science: Unit 03
Democratic politics - II
Social science: Unit 04
Understanding economic development

Carnatic music (vocal) theory

Carnatic music (vocal) practical

Carnatic music melodic instrument - theory

Carnatic music melodic instrument - practical

Carnatic music - percussion theory

Carnatic music - percussion practical

Hindustani music vocal+

Hindustani music vocal: Unit 01
Units 1
Hindustani music vocal: Unit 02
Units 2
Hindustani music vocal: Unit 03
Units 3
Hindustani music vocal: Unit 04
Units 4
Hindustani music vocal: Unit 05
Units 5

Hindustani music melodic instruments+

Hindustani music melodic instruments: Unit 01
Units 1
Hindustani music melodic instruments: Unit 02
Units 2
Hindustani music melodic instruments: Unit 03
Units 3
Hindustani music melodic instruments: Unit 04
Units 4
Hindustani music melodic instruments: Unit 05
Units 5

Hindustani music percussion instruments+

Hindustani music percussion instruments: Unit 01
Units 1
Hindustani music percussion instruments: Unit 02
Units 2
Hindustani music percussion instruments: Unit 03
Units 3
Hindustani music percussion instruments: Unit 04
Units 4
Hindustani music percussion instruments: Unit 05
Units 5

Painting- theory+

Painting- theory: Unit 01
Fundamentals of painting
Painting- theory: Unit 02
Methods and materials of painting
Painting- theory: Unit 03
Areas of drawing and painting

Painting- practical

Home science- theory+

Home science- theory: Unit 01
Human growth & development – II
Home science- theory: Unit 02
Management of resources
Home science- theory: Unit 03
Food and personal hygiene
Home science- theory: Unit 04
Meal planning
Home science- theory: Unit 05
Food safety and consumer education
Home science- theory: Unit 06
Care and maintenance of fabrics and apparel

Home science- practical

Common subjects+

Common subjects: Unit 01
The NCC
Common subjects: Unit 02
National integration and awareness
Common subjects: Unit 03
Disaster management
Common subjects: Unit 04
Drill
Common subjects: Unit 05
Weapon training
Common subjects: Unit 06
Adventure training and obstacle
Common subjects: Unit 07
Personality development and leadership
Common subjects: Unit 08
Social awareness and community development
Common subjects: Unit 09
Health and hygiene
Common subjects: Unit 10
Environment awareness and conservation

Special subjects (army)+

Special subjects (army): Unit 01
Armed forces
Special subjects (army): Unit 02
Military history
Special subjects (army): Unit 03
Map reading
Special subjects (army): Unit 04
Field craft and battle craft
Special subjects (army): Unit 05
Communication

Special subjects (navy)+

Special subjects (navy): Unit 01
Naval orientation
Special subjects (navy): Unit 02
Naval communication
Special subjects (navy): Unit 03
Seamanship
Special subjects (navy): Unit 04
Navigation
Special subjects (navy): Unit 05
Ship and boat modelling

Special subjects (air force)+

Special subjects (air force): Unit 01
Air campaigns
Special subjects (air force): Unit 02
Aircraft recognition
Special subjects (air force): Unit 03
Aeromodeling
Special subjects (air force): Unit 04
Atmosphere
Special subjects (air force): Unit 05
Maps

Computer applications+

Computer applications: Unit 01
Networking
Computer applications: Unit 02
HTML
Computer applications: Unit 03
Cyber ethics
Computer applications: Unit 04
Scratch/python theory
Computer applications: Unit 05
Practicals

Elements of business+

Elements of business: Unit 01
Joint stock company
Elements of business: Unit 02
Sources of business finance
Elements of business: Unit 03
Communication in business organisations
Elements of business: Unit 04
Selling and distribution
Elements of business: Unit 05
Large scale retail trade
Elements of business: Unit 06
Selling
Elements of business: Unit 07
Practical / project

Elements of book-keeping and accountancy+

Elements of book-keeping and accountancy: Unit 01
Capital and revenue
Elements of book-keeping and accountancy: Unit 02
Depreciation
Elements of book-keeping and accountancy: Unit 03
Bank reconciliation statement
Elements of book-keeping and accountancy: Unit 04
Bills of exchange
Elements of book-keeping and accountancy: Unit 05
Final accounts
Elements of book-keeping and accountancy: Unit 06
Accounting from incomplete records
Elements of book-keeping and accountancy: Unit 07
Project

Department of skill education+

Department of skill education: Unit 01
Compulsory
Department of skill education: Unit 02
Optional
Department of skill education: Unit 03
Subjects of internal assessment

Mathematics+

Mathematics: Unit 01
Algebra - I

Students preparing to appear for CBSE 10th exams 2020 must begin early. Making notes of different formulas and important points is very beneficial. Make a study schedule and stick to it. Practice a lot of sample papers. Students can get them online. Know the syllabus and try covering all topics. Below are a few tips to help you with the CBSE Board 10th exams 2020

  • Make a schedule and stick to it.
  • Make notes
  • Cover the complete syllabus at least 1 month before the CBSE 10th exams 2020
  • Solve as many question papers you can
  • Ask your teacher for any problem in any topic
  • Eat healthily
  • Take appropriate sleep
  • Exercise

CBSE 10th exams 2020 consists of a total of 100 marks which are subdivided into 2 parts namely:

  • Annual board exam: 80 Marks
  • Internal assessment: 20 Marks

The internal assessment consists of periodic tests (10 marks each), notebook submission (5 marks), subject activities (5 marks). 3 periodic tests will be conducted in the entire academic session and the average of the best two marks will be considered for the final weightage.

CBSE has decided to allot marks for outdoor games & activities to every student. Health and Physical education have been mandatory for all students. In this, students will receive a booklet of 150 pages. Students will have to choose one exercise which they will have to do on a regular basis on the performance of which students will get the marks from the respective school teacher. These marks will be uploaded on the official website of CBSE.

CBSE 10th Science Exam Pattern 2020

  • There will be a total of 27 questions divided into two sections A and B.  
  • There will be practical based questions of 12 marks and no MCQs.                                                      
SectionquestionsMarks/questions
A1-21
3-52
6-153
16-215
B22-272

CBSE Class 10 Social science Exam Pattern 2020

  • The question paper will consist of 27 questions.
  • The marking scheme is given in the below:          
Questions typeNo. of questionsMarks/question
Very short answer type questions1-71
Short answer type questions8-183
Long answer type questions19-255
Map questions for History26-271
Map questions for Geography283

CBSE Class 10 Maths exam pattern 2020

The exam pattern for CBSE 10th exams 2020 consists of 4 sections. Class 10 Maths exam carries 80 marks for 30 questions.

Question typeNo. of questionsMarks
A (very short answer)61
B (short answer type – 1)62
C (short answer type – 2)103
D (long answer type)84

CBSE Class 10 English Exam Pattern   2-2-

SectionNo. of questionsTotal marks
Section A: Reading1-220
Section B: Writing & Grammar3-730
Section C: Literature8-1130

CBSE Class 10 Hindi Exam Pattern 2020

SectionQuestionMarks
AApathit gadyansh 1-215
BVyakarana15
CTextbook30
DWriting & grammar20
  • Students must practice the sample papers or previous year question papers for better exam preparation. 
  • These papers helps in understanding the type of questions asked in CBSE 10th exams 2020. 
  • By solving these CBSE Class 10 sample papers, students can learn time management as well.
  • The question papers and sample papers for CBSE 10th exams 2020 are available free of cost.

Central Board of Secondary Education has released the admit card for CBSE Board 10th exams 2020 on January 17 and January 21, 2020, for regular and private candidates, respectively. Regular students can collect their admit cards from the respective schools. The admit card for CBSE 10th exams 2020 will be released in online mode for private students and in offline mode for regular students.

Steps to download CBSE 10th admit card

  • Visit the official website: cbse.nic.in.

  • Click on the CBSE class 10 admit cards link

  • Enter application number or previous roll number

  • The admit card will appear on your screen

  • Download the admit card.

It must be noted that no student is allowed to sit for the exam if they do not carry their CBSE Class 10 exam admit card.

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit Card
  • CBSE will declare the result of CBSE 10th exams 2020 in the first week of May 2020 in the online mode.
  • The re-evaluation or re-checking result will be released in June 2020. Students will be able to check through Digilocker.
  • Students can check their CBSE class 10 result online on cbseresults.nic.in by using their admit card number, roll number, date of birth, school number and centre number.
  • CBSE 10th Compartment exams will be held in July 2020 and the result for the same will be announced in the first week of August 2020.
  • Students can collect their mark sheet from their respective schools a few days after the declaration of result.
  • Based on the result of CBSE 10th exams 2020, students can choose the academic stream for class 11 and 12.

Qualifying Marks Trend

Year Category Cutoff
2020 General 33
SC 33
OBC 33
ST 33
2019 General 33
OBC 33
SC 33
ST 33

General Information

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: When will CBSE Class 10 exams 2020 time table be released.

Answer:

CBSE 10th time table 2020 has been released online on December 17, 2019.

Question: What is the date of CBSE 10th board exams 2020?

Answer:

CBSE 10th Exams 2020 will commence from February 15, 2020 and will end on March 20, 2020.

Question: Is there any changes in CBSE 10th syllabus 2020?

Answer:

No, there are no changes in the syllabus for CBSE Class 10 exams 2020.

Question: Is CBSE syllabus same as NCERT?

Answer:

No, the CBSE Syllabus is different from NCERT. However, most of the topics are similar to NCERT.

Question: Which are the main subjects for CBSE 10th board exams 2020?

Answer:

Maths, Science, Social Science and 2 language subjects are compulsory for CBSE 10th board exams.

Question: Which are the best books to prepare for CBSE 10th exams 2020?

Answer:

NCERT books are the best to prepare for CBSE class 10 board exams 2020.

Questions related to CBSE Class 10th

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I want preparatory 1st science question paper of 10th class

Hrisheekesh Singh 28th Jan, 2020

Hi Smitha,

You should carry forward your preparation of class 10th science exam in the following steps:-

1. Read a particular chapter through NCERT thoroughly.

2. Try solving the in-chapter exercises.

3. Memorize the formulae or equations orally.

4. Try writing those formulae and equations again and again.

5. Make notes of the chapter.

6. Try solving the end chapter exercises.

7. Keep revising your notes again and again to increase your remembering ability. Keep rewriting the formulae and equations also.

8. Be confident during the exam.

I hope this helps you,

Good Luck for your exam

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what is the exam timing. Does CBSE pass all the student of class 10

Vikas gehlot 28th Jan, 2020

10 CBSE exam for class 10th will commence at 10:30 a.m.. the answer booklet will be distributed at 10:00 a.m.. question paper will be given at 10:15 and a 15 minute time will be provided to navigate the question paper once the clock ticks at 10:30 you will be allowed to write the answer.

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I have studied commerce in class 11th CBSE but changed to PCB in 12th NIOS board. Will I be eligible for NEET or BPT?

AnkiT KunwaR 26th Jan, 2020
Hello Antraa,

Yes, this is very good news for you because NIOS candidates are eligible for NEET.Eaely there was restrictions for NIOS candidates but from 2019 the SC(Supreme Court) has put a stay on order that stops NIOS candidates from appearing in NEET Exam.
So, you can apply fir NEET 2020.

But for BPT (Bachelor of Physiotherapy) a candidate needs to have done HSE (10+2) or equivalent from a recognized university.He/She should have pursued science stream with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as main subjects securing a minimum aggregate score of 50%(General) or equivalent CGPA whereas (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates).

I hope this helps.
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is 75%attendence is important?

ayush mishra 9th Jan, 2020

Hello Prabhjot!

The attendance criteria is strict and is followed in most cases in almost all the schools in the country. Since you have not completely specified your condition, I assume you are asking about Class 10 or 12 attendance regulations and in that case, CBSE and all other education boards have strict regulations, so you should not fiddle with them in ideal cases. However, if you have any medical or any other unavoidable circumstance, then you should contact higher authorities for help.


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cbse class 10th school leaving certificate and migration certificate will required during neet counseling

chandra keerthi pothina 15th Dec, 2019

hey sejal

While reporting to the allotted college, candidates must submit the original copy of the required documents which can be are listed below-

  • NEET 2020 Admit Card

  • NEET Scorecard or Rank Letter

  • Class 10 certificate and mark sheet (for date of birth)

  • Class 12 certificate and mark sheet

  • ID proof (Aadhar/PAN Card/Driving License/Passport)

  • Eight passport size photographs

  • Provisional Allotment Letter

  • Caste Certificate (if applicable)

  • PwD Certificate (if applicable)

so you do not need to carry migration certificate

hope this helped

all the best

for more details go through the following link:

https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-counselling



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