|Name of Board||CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)|
|Name of Examination||Class X|
After Exams from 5th March (Info. & Comm. Tech) Exam to 4th April 2019 (Painting) Exam, CBSE will take 45 days or 1.5-month minimum to declare results of Matriculation or Class 10th regular & private students.
We request students to daily check this portal to get informed about your result declaration (One of the largest board exams).
What you need to do is to go on cbseresults.nic.in (Official Website).
Then click or tap on (CBSE - Class X Examination).
Now Enter your Seven digit Roll Number & DOB (Date of Birth) in the box given on your Admit Card and click on submit.
Wait for your result to get appear, if not then wait for a while because the server may be too busy on the result day.
NOTE: The shown result on the official website (cbseresults.nic.in) will not be treated as original mark sheet. This is only immediate information to the students provided by Central Board of Secondary Education. Visit your school to get your valid mark sheet.
Abbreviations Used Against Result
QUAL - Qualified for admission to higher classes
N.E - Not Eligible
EIOP - Eligible for improvement of performance
N.R - Not Registered
NIOP - Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance
RW - Result WithHeld
XXXX - Appeared for upgradation of performance / Additional Subject
UFM - Unfair Means
ABST - Absent
SJD - Subjudice
TRNS - Transfer Case
Calculate Your CGPA Score
If you qualified the examination then now calculate your score with CGPA Calculator.
Enter your subjects' grade in rows and click calculate. You will get your CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) & Overall percentage.
|Marks Range||Grade||Grade Point|
3 November 1962 established Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) headquartered in New Delhi. It's Governmental board of education whose chairman is Rakesh Kumar chaturvedi. Most of the schools in India are affiliated with this board.
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What to do after 10th?
It's recommended to Qualify Intermediate (Class XII) Or you can do some skill courses by side like MS Office & take their Certificate which will be very helpful to you in your career.