CBSE Class 10 Result | CBSE Class 10th Results announced on 6th May at 3:00 PM. Candidates can check out their CBSE exam result for Class 10 on the official website of CBSE – cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in by entering their Roll Number, Date of Birth, School Number, and Centre Number.
After the CBSE Class 10 Result is declared, CBSE conducts compartment exams for candidates who couldn’t clear one or two subjects. To qualify for the next level of Class 10th, a student must score a minimum D in every subject.
Check your CBSE Class 10 Results from the following websites:
CBSE Class 10 Result | Overview
|Board Name||Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)|
|Name of the exam||CBSE 10th Examination|
|Exam Date||21st February 2019 to 29th March|
|Result Date||6th May 2019|
|Category||CBSE Class 10 Result|
How To Check CBSE Class 10 Result?
We have mentioned some steps to check CBSE Class 10 Result online at cbse.nic.in
Step 1 – Visit the official website – cbseresults.nic.in
Step 2 – Now Click on the ‘CBSE – Class X Examination’ link on the results page.
Step 3 – Click on “CBSE 10th Result 2019”.
Step 4 – CBSE Class 10 Results 2019 will be opened in a new page.
Step 5 – Enter the Roll Number, Date of Birth, and School Number (as mentioned on your admit card).
Step 6 – Now, click on the ‘Submit’ Button.
Step 7 – Your CBSE 10th result 2019 for compartment exam will appear on the computer screen.
Step 8 – Download the result and take a printout for future references.
Different Modes To Check CBSE Class 10 Result
There are few other ways to check your CBSE Class 10 Result online. Different modes to check CBSE 10th result 2019 are given below.
IVR system that provides you with the results via a call (charged at 30p per minute/ per roll number).
To check the result, make a call on the following numbers:
- 011-24357276, 011-28127030 (MTNL)
- 54321223 (Tata Teleservices)
- 54321202 (Airtel)
Students can check their CBSE 10th result via SMS too (charged at 50p per SMS).
Type ‘CBSE 10 [roll no]’ and send it any of the following listed service providers.
- 52001 (MTNL)
- 57766 (BSNL)
- 5800002 (Aircel)
- 55456068 (Idea)
- 54321, 51234 and 5333300 (Tata Teleservices)
- 54321202 (Airtel)
- 9212357123 (NIC)
3. Official websites
Students can register to get DigiLocker account by providing the mobile number. The account details of the DigiLocker will be sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.
5. School Website
CBSE Class 10 Result | Grading Scheme
The minimum qualifying grade for passing the exam is grade D. Students getting E1 or E2 grades, will have to sit in re-examination within a month. Grades will be provided as A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D, E1, and E2. Check out, how the grading goes with marks obtained.
|Marks Obtained||Grade Allotted|
|Marks Obtained||Grade Point (GP) Allotted|
CBSE Class 10 Result | How to calculate CGPA?
Individual grades and grade points will be given for each subject. Students will also get an overall grade point for five subjects. This overall grade point is called CGPA (cumulative grade point average) and it can be used to calculate the estimated overall percentage of marks obtained by the student. Though your CGPA is written on the report card, you should know how to do it.
Add your grade points in the main five subjects, and then divide it by 5.
For example, if your grade points for the five main subjects are:
Subject 1: 8; Subject 2: 9; Subject 3: 7; Subject 4: 9; and Subject 5: 9
Step 1: Add the grade points: 8+9+7+9+9 = 42
Step 2: Divide it by 5
42/5 = 8.4
So, your CGPA is 8.4.
Calculating the percentage of your CGPA
In order to convert your overall CGPA into the percentage, multiply it by 9.5.
For eg:- In this case 8.5 (CGPA) is multiplied by 9.5, so 8.4 x 9.5 = 79.8%
Abbreviations used against CBSE Class 10 Result
- QUAL – Eligible for Qualifying Certificate,
- EIOP – Eligible for Improvement of Performance,
- NIOP – Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance,
- XXXX – Up gradation of Performance/Additional Subject
- N.E – Not Eligible,
- R.W – Result Withheld
- R.L – Result Later
- UFM – Unfair means
- SJD – Subjudice
Previous Years CBSE Class 10 Result Statistics
Previous years CBSE Class 10 Result analysis are given below.
|Year||Overall Pass percentage %|
CBSE Class 10 Result | Passing criteria
In a notification in February 2019, the CBSE made some one-time changes in passing criteria for Class X students of 2018-19 batch. The board decided that the Class 10 Board examination candidates may be exempted from the mandatory separate pass criteria in the subjects having the component of 20 marks internal assessment and Board examination of 80 marks. They need to secure overall 33 percent (both taken together) in the subject to be able to pass that subject. The CBSE said that the decision was being taken for the current batch as they are coming from a different assessment background.
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