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CBSE Class 12th result 2020 Highlights: Topper scores 100%, know how to get marksheet

CBSE Board Class 12th result 2020: The pass percentage in class 12 touched at 88.78 per cent. Check result at results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 15, 2020 2:38:45 pm
CBSE 12th result 2020 CBSE 12th result 2020: Check result at results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in

CBSE 12th result 2020 highlights: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the result for class 12 examination today morning. The students can check their result at the official websites — results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. However, many students are complaining that the websites are down and even the Umang app is not functioning.

LIVE UPDATES | CBSE Class 10th Result 2020

Meanwhile, CBSE will announce the result of class 10 on July 15. Students can view their score on the websites mentioned above.

A total of 10.59 lakh (10,59,080) students cleared the class 12 exam with a pass percentage of 88.78 per cent. The pass percentage improved from the last year. In 2019, 83.40 per cent students had passed class 12 exams. Gender-wise, girls have outperformed boys with 92.15 per cent, while the pass percentage of boys was 86.19 per cent. The pass percentage of transgender students is 66.67 per cent.

READ | CBSE 12th result 2020: Lucknow girl Divyanshi Jain scores 100%, want to study History in Delhi University

The HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal congratulated students. In his tweet, the minister wrote, “Dear Students, Parents, and Teachers! CBSE has announced the results of Class XII and can be accessed at cbseresults.nic.in. We congratulate you all for making this possible. I reiterate student’s health & quality education are our priority.”

Explained | How CBSE managed to rank students who did not appear in exams 

This year, CBSE is declaring the result without holding exams. In the case of students who have appeared for more than three subjects, the ‘average of the best three performing subjects’ will be awarded for subjects for which the exam could not be held. For students who have appeared in exams in only three subjects, the average of marks obtained in ‘best two performing subjects’ will be awarded for papers for which exam was not held.

Read | From differently-abled to economically backward, these students dominate +90% list

For the few students who appeared for only 1 or 2 subjects, the result is calculated based on performance in appeared subjects and performance in internal or practical or project-based assessment, as per the board.

CBSE Board Class 12th Result 2020 Live: Check in Hindi

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CBSE 12th result 2020: Result available at cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in, check updates in Tamil, Malayalam  Bengali 

14:38 (IST)15 Jul 2020
CBSE Class 10th result declared

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the results of class 10 exams. A total of 91.46 per cent students cleared the 10th exam successfully.

Students can check their results at cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in. The results are also available at Digi locker and Umang app.

LIVE UPDATES | CBSE Class 10th result 2020

12:40 (IST)14 Jul 2020
High-scorers up, getting into DU could get tougher

As the percentage of students scoring above 90% and 95% in the CBSE Class XII board exams increased significantly this year, Delhi University officials and college principals say it may lead to a “slight increase” in cut-offs for undergraduate admissions. However, they said, several other factors would ultimately determine the final cut-off. Why admission in DU can get tougher? 

12:08 (IST)14 Jul 2020
How to plan college admissions

It is most advisable that career and admission planning begin around Class 10 so that the best efforts can be made in this direction, rather than grappling with information overload after Boards exams. [Read More

22:26 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Meet CBSE 12th topper

The 18-year-old scored a perfect 100 in English, Sanskrit, History, Geography, Insurance and Economics. Meanwhile, the topper could not attempt the geography paper which got cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic. Read her full story here

21:43 (IST)13 Jul 2020
CBSE topper gets 100 on 100 marks
19:39 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Devesh Sharma, first in the family to apply for college

Devesh Sharma, resident of a village in Mathura, is applying for undergraduate courses and this makes him the first in his family to do so. The son of a farmer and homemaker, both who have obtained education up to class 12, Devesh scored 99.2 per cent marks in CBSE and wants to pursue a career in design. To continue his studies online during lockdown, he bought the family’s first-ever smartphone

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19:06 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Palak fought Spastic hemiplegia to get 95.4% marks

Palak Gupta from Amity International School, Saket, Delhi has scored 95.4 per cent marks despite struggling with spastic hemiplegia, which does not allow her to write her own exams. Palak has scored a full 100 marks in psychology, which she claims is her favorite subject...read more

18:55 (IST)13 Jul 2020
CBSE class 12 result: +90% list dominated by EWS and PwD students

Apart from the uncertainty and coronavirus pandemic, many of these students had to overcome economic and physical hardship too. The +90% list remains dominated by students from economically backward or physically different abled students. Many inspiring stories coming from CBSE this year. Read here

18:27 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Check pass percentage of foreign students

Among foreign students, as many as 94.26 per cent could clear it. This is a slight drop from 2019 when 95.43 per cent of foreign school students passed CBSE class 12 results.

18:12 (IST)13 Jul 2020
CBSE class 12th result available now

18:04 (IST)13 Jul 2020
CBSE Class 12 result available now on cbseresults.nic.in

The class 12 students can now check results on websites- results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in. To check results, the candidates need to click on the result link. Enter roll number, school number, center number, admit card id. Result will be available to download. Take a print out for further reference.

17:41 (IST)13 Jul 2020
When results to be available on websites

It's been nearly six hours, and students are still finding it difficult to access their scorecard on the official websites – results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. According to a board official, the websites will be resumed soon.

“As informed by the NIC, there is a technical issue in accessing the CBSE results. The same is likely to resume in two hours. However, the complete result have been sent to all schools and can be checked via official email IDs created for each student. The result is also pushed through Digilocker,” said CBSE in a statement.

17:34 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Punjab Education Minister congratulates successful students
17:24 (IST)13 Jul 2020
17:19 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Increase in pass percentage of govt schools

The government schools registered a pass percentage of 94.94 per cent which was 87.17 per cent last year. The Kendriya Vidyalayas and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas registered the highest percentages with 98.62 per cent, 98.70 per cent respectively

16:59 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Websites down, how students reacted
16:49 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Sharp increase in students getting above 90%

There is a significant increase in students scoring above 90 per cent, with 38,686 students get 90 per cent above marks this year. Last year, only 1.47 per cent had scored above 95 per cent, this year double to 3.24 per cent. The number of candidates scoring over 90 per cent also went up from 7.82 per cent in 2019 to 13.24 per cent in 2020.

16:34 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Result available at Umang app

16:22 (IST)13 Jul 2020
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16:13 (IST)13 Jul 2020
Check 12th result via Umang app

Students who had appeared in class 12 can check result via Umang app 

CBSE 12th result 2020 HIGHLIGHTS: The board has scrapped the syllabus for classes 9 to 12 by 30 per cent. Among some chapters, the board completely deleted chapters on federalism, citizenship, nationalism, and secularism from the political science curriculum of Class 11 for the academic year 2020-21. For classes 8 and below, schools have the freedom to rationalise the syllabus. This was done to make up for the lost instructional hours by the board.