CBSE Board Results 2020: Class 10th, 12th results to be declared by August 15; check details here

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CBSE Board Results 2020: Class 10th, 12th results to be declared by August 15; check details here

CBSE board Class 10th and 12th results are likely to be declared by August 15, 2020. The results of both 10th and 12th class are going to be declared at an interval of just a couple of days. However, the decision to reopen the schools is going to be taken after August keeping in mind the present situation. As of now, the Ministry of Human Resource Development has not set any date for reopening the educational institutes.

A final decision during this regard is going to be taken only after assessing the prevailing conditions. According to the HRD Ministry, post-August, new sessions will also commence in universities. Meanwhile, the Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi has also written to the HRD ministry on the topic of reopening schools.

Highlights: CBSE Board Exam Results 2020

Events

Important Dates (Tentative)
CBSE Class 10/12 Board Exam 2020

15th February to 20th March 2020 (Some papers in some places postponed)

1st July to 15th July 2020

CBSE Result 2020 Release Date

First week of August 2020

(HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Indicated Before 15 August)

Verification of Marks

Usually, the process starts 2-3 days after the declaration of CBSE 10th/12th Result 2020

Last date to apply for CBSE Marks Verification 2020

Usually window open for 5 days
Request for obtaining photocopy of evaluated CBSE answer booklets

Usually 15-17 days after marks verification process

Request for Re-Evaluation

Usually starts 2 weeks after obtaining photocopy of answer booklets

Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia said in the letter, “Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said a while ago that we've to find out to measure with coronavirus. So it might be better to open schools with proper safety measures.” Sisodia said that first of all, we've to assure every child that they're important to us. Everyone has equal rights over the physical and intellectual environment of their school.

Education cannot progress beyond online classes only. It might be impossible to pursue education only by calling older children to high school and keeping younger children at home. .

Several private schools have also suggested measures for reopening of faculties to the Ministry of Human Resource Development and security in schools during this period, although MHRD isn't in a hurry to open schools as of now. According to senior officials of the ministry, at present, preparations are being made to conduct the remaining board exams of Class 10th and Class 12th between July 01-15, 2020. After the examinations, the first priority is to declare the results of 10th and 12th. Only then can the process of reopening schools and colleges be started.