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CBSE 2020

Table of Contents
CBSE Board
CBSE Affiliations
CBSE Exams Summary
CBSE Grading System
CBSE Syllabus and Subjects
Where to check CBSE results?
How to check CBSE results?
CBSE Statistics
CBSE Toppers
What after CBSE results?
FAQs

CBSE Board 

CBSE the shortened term for Central Board of Secondary Education, the CBSE board is affiliated with many state schools across India. The CBSE Board conducts CBSE class 10th and CBSE class 12th exams every year.

Due to the outbreak of the pandemic Coronavirus, the CBSE 2020 board exams have been postponed, the CBSE exams 2020 are carried out by the board all across India. While the CBSE class 10 exams were to be conducted from 15th February to 20th March 2020, the CBSE 12th exams commenced from 15th February and conclude on 30th March in most parts of the country. CBSE results 2020 date is not declared yet, it is reckoned that the CBSE 2020 results will be delayed this year because of COVID-19.

To check updates on exams postponed, rescheduled, or result announcement – Visit this link!

For frequent updates on the CBSE exam and CBSE results, stay tuned to our page!

Check your CBSE 10th exam results 2020 here – https://cbse.examresults.net/Class-10.htm

Check your CBSE 12th exam results 2020 here – https://cbse.examresults.net/Class-12.htm

CBSE Affiliations

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) grants affiliation to schools that enables them to establish CBSE guidelines. These schools then must follow the 10+2 CBSE syllabus and system.  At present, there are 22662 schools affiliated with CBSE across India as well as the globe. It is estimated that approximately 200 new schools get affiliated with CBSE every year.

Schools that are seeking CBSE affiliation are required to register on the website http://cbseaff.nic.in

The CBSE affiliation rules are stated on the official website. It clearly states what kind of schools can affiliate with the board, along with the affiliation bylaws. It also states the requirements to be followed by schools that are not covered under CBSE directives. You can find more details on CBSE affiliation here

CBSE exams 2020 summary 

Board Name

Central Board of Secondary Education

Level of Conduct

National

CBSE 10th exam dates

Postponed

CBSE 12th exam dates

Postponed

CBSE 10th results date

Yet to be announced

CBSE 12th results date

Yet to be announced

CBSE official board website

http://www.cbse.nic.in/


CBSE Grading System

The Central Board of Secondary Education has introduced a grading system for students that correspond to a range of marks. The scale below offers the marks to grade split as decided by CBSE-

Marks Range

Grade

Grade Point

91-100

A1

10.0

81-90

A2

9.0

71-80

B1

8.0

61-70

B2

7.0

51-60

C1

6.0

41-50

C2

5.0

33-40

D

4.0

21-32

E1

C

00-20

E2

C

(source- www.indiaeducation.net)

You can find more literature on the grading system by CBSE on this page

CBSE Syllabus and Subjects

The uniqueness of CBSE lies in its syllabus. It is already considered one of the most prestigious curriculums in India. All CSBE board schools and affiliated schools follow the same prescribed syllabus throughout the year.

Typically CBSE prescribes NECRT books for its students. The middle school levels include five major subjects. High school subjects vary up to eight subjects. You can read more on CBSE class 10th syllabus on indiaeducation.net.

Where to check CBSE results?

As soon as the CBSE results date will be announced, students can visit the official website or check their CBSE 10th results 2020 or CBSE 12th results 2020 on www.examresults.net.

How to check CBSE results?

Follow the below-mentioned steps to obtain CBSE results 2020 on ExamResults,

  • Visit www.examresults.net
  • Choose ‘CBSE’ from the displayed index
  • If you are looking to acquire CBSE 10th class results 2020, click on ‘CBSE 10 Results 2020’ tab, for CBSE 12th class results 2020, click on ‘CBSE 12 Results 2020’ tab
  • Fill in the required details and obtain your CBSE scores

CBSE Statistics

Along with results, the board also declares the overall passing percentage of CBSE Class 10th and CBSE class 12th. To understand the percentage model for CBSE exams better, you can check out the below mentioned table with CBSE year over year overall scores,

Year

CBSE class 10th

CBSE class 12th

2019

91.1%

92.9%

2018

86.07%

83.01%

2017

93.06%

82%

2016

96.21%

82%

CBSE Toppers

Over 25 lakh students appear for CBSE exams each year. CBSE 10th exams and CBSE 12th exams are conducted around the same period each year. The board officially announces the results on their website, alternatively students can also check out their CBSE class results 2020 here. About 13 students scored 99.9% in their CBSE 10th class 2019 exams and about 5 students scored 449 marks in their CBSE 12th class exams 2019. 

Central Board of Secondary Education declares the top contenders of that year, in the table below you can check out toppers with their percentage listed by CBSE board in the past couple of years,

Year

CBSE 10th class Toppers

CBSE 12th class Toppers

2019

Siddhant Pengoriya – 499/500

Hansika Shukla

– 499/500

2018

Prakhar Mittal –

499/500

Meghna Srivastava – 499/500

2017

Mridula Subramanyam – 498/500

Raksha Gopal – 498/500

What after CBSE results?

Studies is what is next! Education is an important element that helps you make the right choice for your career. Whether you just completed your class 10th studies or class 12th studies, just make sure that you make a decision that you will stand by lifetime. Read of these helpful pieces to make a wise decision for your future,

Also, refer some of these Frequently Asked Questions about Career after CBSE, be fearless and most importantly choose a field of education that interests you the most.

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