CBSE Results 2020 Soon: As the date for the declaration of the class 10th and 12th CBSE Results 2020 draws near, the board has started its preparations already. Students have been receiving SMS from the CBSE on their registered mobile numbers advising them to download the DigiLocker app on their smartphones, as this will enable them to check their results and access their mark-sheets for CBSE Results 2020 as soon as their results are announced by the CBSE on 15th July 2020. The SMS sent by the CBSE reads as, “Dear Student, your DigiLocker account has been created by CBSE.

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Please install the DigiLocker app from to access your digital CBSE mark-sheet/certificate. To log in, use CBSE registered mobile number, OTP, and then enter the last 6 digits of your roll number as security pin.”

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CBSE Results 2020: How To Register for The DigiLocker

Here are the steps to be followed by the students to Register for the DigiLocker App:-

  • Open the direct link shared by the CBSE through SMS to download the DigiLocker app. You may also directly log-on to the website for completing the registration.
  • Enter your mobile number that is registered with CBSE to receive the OTP to log-on to the DigiLocker account. Alternatively, you may also use your Aadhar details to log-in.
  • After you have entered the OTP, you will be prompted to enter a security pin. It is advisable to use the last six digits of your roll number.
  • Your registration is now complete. You can log-on to the account after the results are declared by CBSE to check your mark-sheet.


CBSE Results 2020: Important information for students

Students who do not wish to download the DigiLocker app on their phones, can also access the platform on the official website @ and create their Digi Locker account. Students have also been given the option to register for Digi Locker by using their Aadhar details and following the given instructions. The mark sheets made available on the DigiLocker app will be acceptable for admission to class 11th as well as other higher education institutions.

For the class 10th students, CBSE will be issuing a combined mark-sheet and passing certificate this year. But for the class 12th students, CBSE will be issuing separate mark-sheet and passing certificates for the students.


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During a recent televised question and answer session, the HRD minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank stated that all the pending exams for CBSE class 10th and 12th students would be conducted in the schools in which the students have been enrolled. This is being done to ensure that the students need not travel a lot for the exams. He further added that during the exams, precautions would be necessary and social distancing measures need to be observed strictly.


The HRD Minister further stated that the process for evaluation of the answer sheets for class 10th and 12th students has already been started by the CBSE. The evaluation of the answer sheets for pending exams will be held concurrently with that of the previously held exams. He stated that there are plans to announce the final results for the class 10th and 12th students by the end of July 2020. This will require some doing on the part of the evaluation centers as the exams will conclude only by 15th July 2020.


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The minister also stated that in order to ensure a faster declaration of results, teachers involved in the evaluation process would be exempt from other administrative or academic duties. The process for distribution and collection of answer sheets will be streamlined further. 3,000 evaluation centers have been earmarked for distribution of answer sheets to the homes of the teachers as well as for the collection of evaluated answer sheets.


CBSE Results 2020: HRD Minister Explains The Plans For New Academic Session


The HRD Minister quoted that the new academic session for all the students who clear the final exams will be held under strict security measures. He stated, “There are 33 crore students and including parents, it becomes 99 crore, and all of these are curious about when will school reopen and how will these function. We have yet to decide on the reopening dates but have asked NCERT to create a framework on how to reopen the education institutes. UGC is also creating a framework for higher education institutes. The health of students is our top priority.”

He also added that “The first stage is to provide online education. NCERT has in the meanwhile created an alternative framework to ensure a standardized, balanced, and quality education for students. We are making all efforts to ensure that neither students have to miss their education nor would the quality deteriorate.”

When the schools resume the classroom sessions, they may only be able to operate at around 30% of their original capacity. Moreover, the classes will be further divided into more sections with a modified seating arrangement. 





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.


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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.