CBSE Results 2020: CBSE 12th results released, know this time related to CBSE result

CBSE Results 2020
CBSE Results 2020

CBSE Result 2020: Central Board of Secondary Education has released the 12th results. After the result is released, the wait for 12 lakh students of 12th class is over. Result Students will be able to check the result on

CBSE Results 2020: 12th class students will get a chance of improvement, this time CBSE 12th class students will also get a chance to improve their score in the remaining examinations. For this, such students can sit in the improvement examination if the situation is normal. After this, only the score appearing in the improvement examination will be considered as a final score. The result which was released on the basis of the internal assessment and the exams conducted earlier will not be considered. 10th-grade students will not get a chance to appear in the reformed test. Only the marks obtained under the assessment scheme will be considered as final.

CBSE Results 2020: How to get pass certificate and mark sheet
CBSE Board gives digital academic documents, such as mark sheets, migration certificates, pass certificates to its students. Students can go to DigiLocker’s account will be given to the credential board students through SMS on their registered mobile number. 

CBSE Results 2020: How to check the
the result on the APP After the results are declared, students will be able to check the results from the UMANG Mobile Platform and DigiResults. Let us know that the Umang app is available on Android, iOS, and window based smartphones. At the same time, Digest is the only Android mobile app. 

CBSE Results 2020: What is the assessment scheme formula, how will marks be given for the remaining examinations canceled?
According to CBSE, the number of marks will be given on the basis of the average marks of the last three papers of the board examination under the assessment scheme. In other words, the marks for the remaining papers will be given on the basis of the average marks of those papers which have already been done. Under the assessment formula, those who have more than 3 papers, they will get the number in the rest of the subject on the average score of Best 3. Those who have done 3 papers will get an average of Best 2.  

There are very few students left in CBSE 12th who have given only one or two papers. Such students are especially from Delhi. The results of these students will be given based on their papers, internal assessment, and project report. These students of Delhi will also be given the option of appearing in the examination after the assessment results. Provided that they have opted for the examination before the result.