CBSE Result 2020: Important things you should know at this stage
CBSE Result 2020: CBSE Results 2020: Earlier on June 26, the board had informed the Supreme Court that it is cancelling the remaining board exams and the results for the pending papers will be prepared on the basis of students performance in the previous examinations and internal assessments.Updated: Jul 14, 2020 13:49 IST
CBSE Result 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to declare the results of class 10 and 12 board exams by July 15. Earlier on June 26, the board had informed the Supreme Court that it is cancelling the remaining board exams and the results for the pending papers will be prepared on the basis of students performance in the previous examinations and internal assessments.
CBSE Results 2020: Students of Class 12 to get chance to improve results
The board also told the Supreme Court that it will not conduct the pending class 10 examination and scores obtained by them will be treated as final, while the students of Class 12th will be given an option to appear in pending exams to improve scores after conditions are conducive.
CBSE Results 2020: How to check result on the website
Around 18 lakh students are awaiting their class 10 result and another 12 lakh awaiting their class 12 result. Once the results are announced, students of class 10, and 12 who have appeared in the board examinations will be able to check their class 10, and 12 board exam results online at cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in and results.nic.in.
CBSE Results 2020: Fake Notice
Recently, a notice was found circulating on social media claiming that the CBSE class 10th result will be announced on July 11 and 12th result will be released on July 13. However, CBSE refuted the claims saying that the notice was fake.
CBSE Results 2020: New Assessment Scheme
If a student appeared for more than three subjects before the examinations were suspended due to the pandemic, an average score will be calculated taking into account the three subjects in which the student scored highest. The calculated marks will be allotted to the remaining subjects. For those students who have appeared in three examinations, the average will be based on the two highest-scoring subjects and will be allotted to the remaining papers. For those who appeared in less than 3 exams, results will be calculated based on the marks in the appeared subjects along with their performance in internal/ practical/ project assessment.
CBSE Merit List May not come:
This year, the board may not release the merit list for class 10, and 12 board examinations.” Talking to the Hindustan Times, a board official said, “The decision of not releasing the merit list is currently under consideration. We have not taken any final decision yet.”