CBSE 10th, 12th Result Rechecking & Revaluation 2020: As soon as the CBSE Rechecking & Revaluation 2020 was declared earlier this week, there was a palpable excitement in the students, for they had been waiting for the declaration of their results for quite some time. But like every year, many students are not satisfied with their results and wish to apply for revaluation and verification of their marks. In order to ensure that no students are denied the correct results, CBSE has announced that the CBSE Rechecking & Revaluation 2020 verification of marks will be available on the official website of CBSE @ Students must log-on to the official website and follow the prescribed procedure to apply for the CBSE Rechecking & Revaluation 2020 verification of marks. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

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CBSE Rechecking & Revaluation 2020: Complete Schedule 

  • Here is a detailed schedule for class 12th students looking to apply for verification and revaluation.
S. No. Event Dates Charges
1 Verification of Marks 17th July 2020 to 21st July 2020 Students will have to pay Rs. 500 per subject
2 Application for the photocopy of the answer sheet 1st August 2020 to 2nd August 2020 Students will have to pay Rs. 700 per subject
3 Application for re-evaluation 6th August 2020 to 7th August 2020 Students will have to pay Rs. 700 per subject
  • Applications will be accepted only for completed exams. For any subject whose marks have been allocated based on the average calculated by CBSE, students can not apply for revaluation.
  • Applications will be accepted online only. No offline applications will be accepted.
  • Students must apply for all the subjects they wish to be re-evaluated through a single application only.
  • If the request is found valid, students will have to surrender the old mark-sheet and they will be provided a new mark-sheet. 

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CBSE Rechecking & Revaluation 2020: Steps To Apply

As per the announcement from the CBSE, the online portal to apply for verification and revaluation of class 12th students will commence from today itself i.e. 17th July 2020. While the online portal for class 10th students will open from 20th July 2020. It is important for the students and parents to note that the entire process comprises of three steps i.e. Check | CBSE 12th Result 2020 | CBSE 10th Result 2020

  • Firstly, students must apply for verification of marks.
  • Secondly, students must apply for the photocopy of the answer sheet.
  • Lastly, students must apply for the revaluation of their CBSE 10th, 12th Result 2020.

Check | CBSE 12th Result Rechecking/Re-evaluation 2020

CBSE 12th Result Rechecking/Re-evaluation 2020: Now that the final results for class 12th students who had appeared for their board exams conducted by CBSE; students are breathing a sigh of relief. The declaration of the CBSE 12th Result 2020 got delayed by several weeks as the nationwide lockdown created huge obstacles in the process of answer sheet evaluation. Then the students were kept waiting by the CBSE ever since the lockdown came into effect regarding the dates for pending examinations. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

Finally, when the dates were announced by the CBSE, students started their preparations. But as the Coronavirus cases across India showed no signs of abating, the pressure from parents and students started increasing on CBSE for cancelling the exams.

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CBSE 12th Result Re-evaluation 2020 Application Fee

The rechecking and revaluation process is a standard practice followed by CBSE every year. It allows the students, who are not satisfied with their marks in any subject(s), to ask for their paper to be re-checked and re-evaluated by the CBSE. This year also CBSE will be accepting applications from students who wish to apply for the CBSE 12th Revaluation/Rechecking process. But this year the entire process will be carried out online. Students must log-on to the official website of CBSE @ and pay the application fee after completing the Online Application for Revaluation/Re-checking/Re-totaling.

The charges applicable for the above-mentioned services are as follows: –

  •         Answer Sheet Photocopy Fee – 700/- per
  •         Subject Marks Verification Fee – Rs. 300/- per subject
  •         Re-Evaluation / Re-checking / Re-totalling Fees- Rs. 100/- per subject

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Steps To Apply CBSE 12th Result Revaluation/Re-checking

Steps to apply online for CBSE 12th Result Revaluation Process kindly follow these given steps below:

  • Log-on to the official website of CBSE @
  • Locate the CBSE 12th Rechecking or the CBSE 12th Re-evaluation Form 2020 link and click on it.
  • Log-in to your account with your roll number and registration number.
  • Now, select the subjects for which you wish to conduct the reevaluation or re-checking for.
  • Now, you will be asked to pay the application fee through any of the acceptable mediums.
  • Thereafter, your form will be submitted, and you will be provided a reference copy with an ID number.
  • Save it on your system for future reference.

After the application form has been submitted, CBSE will initiate the required process and intimate the student regarding the result of his/her application within a short time.


There is an important update announced by the HRD Minister, Mr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. As per his latest announcement, the Central Board of Secondary Education has shortlisted 12,000 more examination centres for conducting the pending CBSE Exams 2020. Previously, the government had identified 3,000 examination centres for conducting the exams but now that 12,000 new centres have been added to the list, the total number of examination centres stand at 15,000 for CBSE Exams 2020. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

In order to minimize the risk facing the students during the exams, the government had decided to allow the students to appear for the CBSE Exams 2020 at their schools instead of different examination centres.

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The standard practice of neutral examination centres will not be followed to minimize the travelling requirements for the students. While making the announcement, the minister had earlier tweeted that, “CBSE has given students the opportunity to take the exam in their own schools. Earlier, only 3,000 examination centres were identified, but now there will be an examination in about 15,000 examination centers. The new examination centres have been added to strictly follow the social distancing norms.

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CBSE Exam 2020: Safety Guidelines Issued By The Government

As the CBSE Exam 2020 is being conducted during the looming threat of the Coronavirus pandemic, strict safety guidelines have been issued by the government. Check Latest >> CBSE Results 2020 Likely By July End: HRD Minister

  • Social distancing will be observed during the exams strictly. Students will be made to sit farther away from each other.
  • Using hand sanitisers and wearing of face masks will be mandatory for all the students and teachers.
  • Students will also have to undergo thermal screening before entering the exam hall.

CBSE Exam 2020: Special Arrangements Made For Students

In addition to allowing the students to appear for the CBSE Exam 2020 in their own schools, various other special arrangements have been made for the students. The respective state governments have been asked to make special arrangements for the transportation of students to and from their homes to the examination centres. There are strict guidelines from the home ministry to ensure that no examination centres fall in the containment zones. This is another reason behind an increase in the number of examination centres.


In the meantime, CBSE is continuing the evaluation process for the subjects for which the exams have already been conducted. After these pending exams are conducted, their answer sheets will also be evaluated along with and the results can be expected by the end of July 2020.

Students are advised to plan their preparations according to the exam schedule and adhere to the safety guidelines specified by CBSE to avoid any inconveniences.



All the affiliated schools have been asked by the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE to give an opportunity for the students of class 9th and 11th who have failed this year, to take a school-based retest. This big one-time exemption is as advised by the Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, in association with the unfortunate outbreak of the coronavirus and the related stress on students. As per this announcement by CBSE on May 13, this provision is also extended to the students even if they have been given an option of a retest prior to this circular.


CBSE Results 2020: Guidelines Issued By CBSE for Retest

As according to Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller Of Examinations, CBSE, “This facility is to be extended irrespective of the number of subjects and attempts. Schools by providing remediation to such students can conduct online, offline, innovative tests and may decide promotion on the basis of this test. This test can be taken in all subjects in which students have failed.” Check | HPBOSE 12th Results 2020 (Out): HP Board 12th Result Declared, Direct Link To Check 12th Result

This circular dated May 13 also gives the individual schools full rights for deciding the mode of the exam, whether it would be online, offline, or any other innovative mode, as is favorable to them. This also gives them the right to decide the basis of the promotion of the students. The students are to be informed beforehand on the conduct of the examination, and sufficient time has to be given before conducting the exam. All these guidelines are applicable to all the subjects for which the student has failed.


CBSE Results 2020: Decision Left On The School Authorities

With the immediate and unprecedented closure of the schools and educational institutions by March 16 and the consequences that followed, many schools had not been able to conduct the examinations for classes 9th and 11th. Even though several schools have conducted the examination, paper evaluations, and promotion of the students to higher classes, there are many schools across the country who have not been able to. Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas, State/UT Government Schools, Private Schools, schools located in India and abroad, are among them.

The promotion of the students of classes 9th and 11th was vested upon the respective schools by the board, and the schools had been instructed to promote the students on the basis of internal assessments, previous examinations, and performance.

CBSE, in view of the requests of the parents and students, as a one- time measure in an extraordinary situation, has decided that all the failed students of 9th and 11th will be provided with an opportunity to appear in a school-based test again. The opportunity will be extended to students irrespective of whether their examinations have been completed and the exam results have been released, or their exams have not been completed,” says the statement from the CBSE.

It is following many queries and requests from many students and parents, that the  Union HRD Minister has extended the opportunity to conduct a retest for the students of class 9th and 11th.