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CBSE 10th and 12th Admit Card 2020 update: CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 is expected to release soon. According to reports, Central Board of Secondary Education is expected to release CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 in the second week of July.

Once released, CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 will be available online. Candidates, who had appeared for the examination, are advised to keep track on the official website [cbse.nic.in] for the latest updates.

CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020: How to download online

  • Step 1: Visit the official website cbse.nic.in
  • Step 2: Go to the ‘CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020’ option [link not yet active]
  • Step 3: Read the instructions
  • Step 4: Download ‘CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020’.

When will CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 release?

CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 is expected to release on July 15, according to reports. Candidates are advised to keep the official website for latest result updates.

CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020: Important instructions at a glance

CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 will be available online soon.

Guide to download CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 is mentioned above.

Due to heavy traffic, the official website will obviously very be slow and not respond.

Exam Name: CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020

Result Name: CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020

Result Status: CBSE 10th 12th Results 2020 to release soon declared

Conducting Body: Central Board of Secondary Education

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to reduce the syllabus for the 12th board examination from next year onwards. Due to lockdown in the country to combat Coronavirus infection, the academic year will shrink and students migrating to 12th class in 2020 will get less time to study. So, this is a piece of good news for students said Human Resource Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal.

Loss due to lockdown

Schools are closed since March 16 due to the coronavirus outbreak across the country. It has been more than a month since all educational institutions are completely closed in the country. In normal circumstances, teachers fix the December deadline to complete the syllabus for students due for board exams. But, this year one month of the academic year has already been lost. It has become tough for both teachers and students to cover the syllabus under such dire circumstances.