CBSE Class 10th Result 2020 Announced - Check Out Modes to Access the Result

Last Modified: 07 May 2024

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the result for class 10th board examination 2020 today i.e. 15th July 2020. Students who have appeared for the exam can check their result at the official website. Last year, the CBSE class 10th result was announced on 6th May 2019. The 2020 exam has started on 15th February and were scheduled to end on 20th March. However, due to COVID-19, few papers were postponed.

A total of 18,73,015 students have appeared for the exam, out of which 17,13,121 students have passed the exam. The overall pass percentage this year is 91.46. Girls have outperformed boys with 93.31% of girls passing the exam in comparison to 90.14% of boys passing the exam.  

CBSE Class 10th Toppers 2019

This year, CBSE has decided not to declare any official merit list and toppers for class 10th (as well as class 12th) exams. The decision is taken as few papers were not conducted due to the COVID-19 situation. However, a total of 41,804 students have scored 95% and more in class X. Here are the names of few such students:

Student’s Name

Marks/ Percentage

Shrija Chhabra

499/500 - 99.8%


499/500 - 99.8%

Ritesh Agarwal

498/500 - 99.6%

Aryan Bhatt

497/500 - 99.4%

Ritika Agarwal

497/500 - 99.4%

Jasraj Singh

497/500 - 99.4%

Siddhant Chandra

496/500 - 99.2%

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This year, Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) schools have recorded the best pass percentage at 99.23 followed by Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya at 98.66%. The pass percentage of government schools is 80.91 while that of private schools is 92.81. Central Tibetan School Administration has a pass percentage of 93.67%.

Official Websites to Check the Result


How to check the CBSE Class 10th 2020 Result?

Follow the steps provided here to check your class 10th result:

  • Go to the official CBSE Result website.
  • Click on the link ‘Class 10 Result 2020.’
  • Enter the details asked for and submit them.
  • The result will appear on the screen.
  • Download and take a print.

Students might find the official website inaccessible due to heavy traffic. So, they can also check their result at the third-party websites. Here are the websites:


Check the Result on Seach Engines

Major search engines such as Google, Bing, etc. also allow the candidates to check their result directly through the search engine. When you will open the browser, you just need to enter your roll number, school number, and centre number.

Other Modes of Checking the CBSE Class X Result

  • IVR - The IVR system allows students to access their result via a call. The charges for the call are 30 paise per minute for each roll number. Dial 24300699 or 011-24300699 and follow the instructions to check the result.
  • SMS - Students can also check the result through SMS. They just need to send their roll number and other details in order to receive the result on their mobile.
  • UMANG App - The CBSE class 10th result can also be checked via the CBSE App - UMANG. Students can download the app from Play Store and enter their roll number, school number and centre number in the app. When CBSE will declare the result, candidates will be notified.

Digital Marksheet

CBSE provides the mark sheets and other certificates through the DigiLocker. Candidates just need to create an account at DigiLocker and can then access their digital signed documents. The documents will be uploaded after the declaration of result. However, students will also receive the hard copy of their certificates from their respective schools.

As per the CBSE Board statement on Wednesday; “The CBSE Class 10 Board Examinations were scheduled to be conducted from February 15 to March 20 this year. However, due to widespread of Covid-19 pandemic, the exams scheduled from 19th to 31st March had to be postponed. After reassessing the situation and worldwide spread of Covid19, it was decided that Board will no longer be able to conduct examinations including those to be conducted in North-Eastern Delhi.”


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