Central Board of Secondary Education is going to release the CBSE Junior Assistant Written Exam Result tentatively in March 2020. The Prelims exam was held from 28th to 31st January 2020. CBSE had invited the applications for the post of Junior Assistant in the month of December/January 2020, where there are a total of 357 vacancies. The Written Exam is qualifying and scoring in nature. Candidates who are going to appeared for the exam can check CBSE Junior Assistant Written Result 2020 by clicking on the link given below once it is released by the CBSE.
CBSE Junior Assistant Result 2020: Overview
|Starting Date for Online registrations||15th November 2019|
|Last Date to Register Online||23rd December 2019|
|Date of Preliminary Examination||28th to 31st January 2020|
|Release of CBSE Junior Assistant Result 2020||March 2020|
|Date of Mains Examination||March/ April 2020|
|Date of Final Result||Available Soon|
How to Check CBSE Junior Assistant Result 2020 Result?
Given below are the steps to check CBSE Junior Assistant Result. Follow the same for your convenience.
Link to Check CBSE Junior Assistant Result 2020 is mentioned below.
- Click on the above link to Check CBSE Junior Assistant Result 2020.
- Enter the credentials, Registration Number / Roll Number and Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY) as password
- Enter Captcha code
- Click the Login Button
- The Result will be displayed.
- Save the document for future purposes.
CBSE Junior Assistant Result 2020 Link
Note: CBSE Junior Assistant Result is going to release soon.
Trends of CBSE Junior Assistant Exam
- Stages of the exam: The two stages of the CBSE Junior Assistant exam pattern is discussed. It is important for the candidate to qualify both the exams in order to get recruited as Junior Assistant.
The two stages are:
Interview and Skill Test
- If a Candidate qualifies written examination only then he/she is eligible to give Interview and Skill Test Examination.
- Interview will be conducted for qualifiwd candidates. Selection will be made purely on the basis of marks obtained by the candidate in his/her written Examination.
- Normalization of Marks: The process of equalizing the scores in an exam based on the varying difficulty levels is what comes under normalization. To maintain the same difficulty level, where there are exams taking place in various shifts, the overall scores are normalized, that is, they are rounded off till 2 decimal digits.
- Merit List: A merit list is prepared for the candidates, who are shortlisted after the final round. A waiting list is also made for 10% of tentative vacancies.