CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 Date and Time declared by School Education Secretary of HRD Ministry!
The Matriculation or Class 10th Result of CBSE creates great buzz among private/regular students, parents, and school teachers. With more than 16.38 Lakh appearing students, CBSE has conducted one of the largest board exams in 2018.
The CBSE Class 10th Result 2018 Declaration Date is a big day for the Class X students. Despite being a haunting day, result day is the most awaited day after the examination.
Anxiously refreshing your browser to get your CBSE Class 10th results? Stop! Get your results delivered instantly with these alternative ways, even when you are offline.
It is noteworthy that on the Class 10th CBSE Result Date the official websites might not load properly due to high traffic. In that case, Class X students are very anxious and stressed awaiting their result status. To help out students check their CBSE Class 10th Result without any glitches, we have added 5 effective ways to see the result without any delay.
CBSE 10th Result 2018 has been released. You can check your results online on official websites cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. In this blog, we’ll tell you the steps to check your CBSE Class 10 Result 2018.
CBSE 10th Result 2018 Date of Declaration – 29th May 2018 (1:19 PM).
CBSE Class 10 results for 2017-18 declared
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To check your CBSE 10th Board Result, you’d need your Roll Number, Date of Birth and School Number for student login.
Here's how to check your CBSE 10th Result Online.
1. Go to the Official Website.
2. Click on Class 10th Result link on the result page.
3. Enter the Roll Number, Date of Birth and School Number (As given on CBSE 10th Admit Card). Then. Click on submit button.
4. Your Result of Class 10 CBSE will be displayed. Print this by clicking on the printout button.
The passing criteria for Class X students of the 2017-18 batch has been released by CBSE. According to the circular, candidates need to secure overall 33% marks (Internal Assessment + Annual Exam) in 5 Main Subjects.
According to the recent reports, the Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to give compensation of 2 marks to the students for a typing error in the English Paper.
As the Result of Class 10 CBSE 2018 will be declared, the traffic of 16.38 Lakh students will flood the official websites and hence students might face problem in loading the website. Keeping this situation in mind, CBSE has decided to make the result available in 5 different modes:
Interactive voice response, or IVR, is a computerized phone system that enables a telephone caller, to select from a voice menu. The telephone numbers of NIC can be accessed through IVRs.
To check the result, make a call on the following numbers:
011-24300699 (For subscribers in other parts of the country)
24300699 (For local subscriber in Delhi)
The call rate is 30 paise per minute or per roll number.
CBSE has also tied up with major telecom operators to provide Class 10 Result via SMS. Here’s the list of numbers, on which you can send text and receive the result via SMS. The Date of Birth must be in ddmmyyyy format.
Text of SMS: ‘cbse10 <rollno> <dob> <sch no> <center no>’
7738299899 (National Informatics Centre).
CBSE uploads your Class 10th Marksheet on its cloud storage Digilocker. The digital marksheets of CBSE 10th Examinations conducted in or after 2017 are available in Digilocker. Students can log in to Digilocker application to get the certificates.
1. Visit https://cbse.digitallocker.gov.in/public/search/certificate2. Click on button Go to DigiLocker.3. If you have a registered account and number with Digilocker, you’ll receive a message like this:
4. After logging in with the given login credentials, you’ll see this message on your screen: Looking for CBSE Digital Marksheets? Go here>>
5. Click on the Go here link.
6. On the next page, you’ll get the link to download your CBSE Marksheets. Download the Marksheet using the link.
DigiLocker is a "digital locker" service operated by the Government of India that enables Indian citizens to store certain official documents on the cloud.
Many school websites upload the result of their students on their official website. You may ask the administration of your school to provide your Result of CBSE Class 10 2018 on their website as soon as it releases.
This is another lesser-known way to check your CBSE 10th Result 2018. Very few Class X students are aware of this approach & hence your chances of getting the result will be much higher.
1. Visit results.gov.in/email.aspx (This is a website launched by Govt. of India.)
2. Click on Get Results by Email – Registration for CBSE Class XII & Class X.
3. Enter your Email and as soon as the result is officially declared, you’ll receive your result in the mailbox.
On Umang App, CBSE Class 10th results has been made available. By clicking on the top announcement section of Umang app, candidates can access their CBSE Class 10th Result 2018.
It goes without saying that you must keep your Roll Number, School Number handy. We have listed all the ways, you can use to check your CBSE 10th Result 2018. Apart from this, CBSE partners with Google to offer Class X students a simple method to check their results. Google has tied up with CBSE to provide access to results & education-related information in reliable and seamless manner.
This year, Microsoft through their app SMS organiser will inform students about their CBSE 10th results, even if they are offline also. The candidates have to register with their roll number, school code and the date of birth to be able to access their marks in SMS Organizer inbox as soon as they are announced.
Looking at the history of CBSE Class 10th Result Declaration Date and Time, we have noticed that sometimes the result is delayed by Central Board of Secondary Education. The results may be withheld due to some inevitable reasons and these reasons are listed below:
CBSE announces the result time and date one day before publishing it officially. However, students start speculating the CBSE Class 10 Result Date way back earlier. While a lot of unofficial media reports claim various result declaration dates and time, we suggest Class X Students calm their nerves and wait for the official statement.
The result declaration takes 1 to 1.5 month from the CBSE 10 Exam Dates. If the CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 is not declared even after 2 months, then we can consider it being delayed. Although CBSE tries to announce the results on time, some circumstances may take a toll on its timely declaration of results. Here’s the list of most probable reasons why the result is delayed:
Due to Elections: Sometimes board postpones the result dates to avoid a clash with Election Poll Dates. As 2018 is an important year with lots of elections lined up in various Indian states, CBSE might delay the result dates.
Impending Court Decisions: The result process gets delayed if there are any directions from judiciary system to withhold the result until the final decision.
Lack of Manpower to Generate Result on Time: CBSE hires skilled academic staff to ensure the transparency in the result. These teachers and academicians are sometimes unavailable due to their engagement into another project. In lack of the skilled manpower, results are delayed.
Earlier, there were reports that results of CBSE Class 10 is likely to be delayed due to the paper leak scandal and subsequent re-test. However, the board has refuted these allegations.
We are providing you the CBSE Class 10th Result Declaration Dates for last 5 years so that you can check whether the result is being declared on time or not:
|Year||Exam Dates||Result Declaration Date||Time Taken|
|2018||5th March – 4th April||29th May 2018||1 Months 25 Days|
|2017||9th March - 10th April||3rd June 2017||1 Month 24 days|
|2016||1st March - 28th March||28th May 2016||2 Months|
|2015||2nd March – 26th March||28th May 2015||2 Months 2 Days|
|2014||1st March – 19th March||20th May 2014||2 Months|
|2013||1st March – 15th March||27th May 2013||2 Months 12 Days|
Class 10th Grades will be subdivided as A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D, E1, and E2. Check how many marks obtained are equivalent to which grade.
|Marks Obtained||Equivalent Grade||Grade Points (GP)|
Note: Students getting E1 or E2 grades, will have to sit in re-examination within a month. However, students getting grade D will be considered pass in the exam.
CGPA Calculation for Class 10th:
CGPA stands for Cumulative Grade Point Average, which is overall grade point of the student mentioned on the report card and it can be used to calculate the overall percentage of the student.
How to Calculate CGPA?
This is quite simple. All you have to do is, add your Class 10 grade points of the main five subjects (Maths, Science, Social Science, English and Hindi), and then divide it by 5.
1. Grade Points(GP) obtained in English= 8; Hindi= 9; SSC= 7; Maths= 9; Science= 8.
2. Add the GP of these five subjects – 8+9+7+9+8= 41
3. Divide it by 5 – 41/5= 8.2 (CGPA)
How to Convert CGPA into Percentage?
To convert your CGPA into percentage, multiply your CGPA by 9.5. Although the calculated percentage may not be correct in decimals, but this is the most accurate value of your CGPA into percentage.
Eg: In the case given above, the CGPA of the student is 8.2. So, his equivalent percentage will be 8.2 x 9.5 = 77.9%.
In addition to the given details about CBSE Class 10 Result 2018, we are also providing important statistics related to CBSE Class X Result. Here’s are few points that we’ll cover:
1. Pass Percentage
2. Who Outshines in CBSE 10th Result – Boys or Girls?
3. Region-wise Result of CBSE Class 10
The pass percentage of CBSE Class X is calculated every year based on a number of appearing students in Class 10 Exam and number of passing students.
Does CBSE pass all students who appear in Class 10? The answer is NO.
CBSE has a passing marks criterion of 33% for each subject. Any students who fail to score 33 percent marks in one or more subjects must reappear in the exam.
|Year||Total Candidates||Overall Pass Percentage|
Every year a detailed report on the overall performance of Boys and Girls is made for CBSE Class 10 Result. Check who performed better in Class X Exams in last 4 years.
|Year||Boys’ Pass Percentage||Girls’ Pass Percentage|
In last 5 years, girls pass percentage was greater than boys pass percentage. Only in 2017, boys did better than girls. This year Girls outsmarted boys by a margin of 3.35%.
The CBSE Class 10 Result 2018 has been declared region-wise. This year’s region wise result is as given below:
Thiruvananthapuram ranked first among all the 11 CBSE regions, while Guwahati was at the bottom spot with 65.53 Pass Percentage. Last year, the CBSE 10th Results were declared region-wise with Allahabad, Chennai, Delhi, Dehradun & Trivandrum getting their results before the other regions.
As you have done your best in the examination, your results are going to be the best as well. However, if you don’t get the desired scores you can apply for Rechecking, Compartment or Improvement Exam.
The CBSE 10th Compartment Result 2018 will be available August month.
You can download your Class X Marksheet from Digilocker or CBSE official website. After this, you can apply for admission in Class 11th in your desired stream.
Apart from CBSE, there are several state boards that conduct class 10 exams in the month of February-March-April. The results of these state boards are released in the months of April-May.
On this page you can find 10th Board Result 2018 with date and time for Indian States like Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Uttarakhand.
|State Board||Result Declaration Date and Time|
|West Bengal Madhyamik Result 2018||6th June (10:00 AM)|
|NIOS 10th Result 2018||5th June (10:00 AM)|
|UK board Result 2018||26th May (11:30 AM)|
|Assam HSLC Result 2018||25th May 2018 (10:00 AM)|
|Nagaland Board 10th Result 2018||18th May 2018 (After 12 PM)|
|HBSE 10th Result 2018||21st May 2018|
|RBSE 10th Result 2018||20th June 2018|
|MP Board 10th Result 2018||14th May 2018 (9:00 AM)|
|Bihar Board Class 10 Matric Result 2018||15th May 2018 (9:00 AM)|
|Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha||7th May 2018 (9:00 AM)|
|Punjab School Education Board (PSEB), Punjab||9th May 2018|
|Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board||7th May 2018 (11:15 AM)|
|Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, CGBSE||9th May 2018 (10:00 AM)|
|Board Of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh||29th April 2018 (4:00 PM)|
|Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE)||8th June 2018 (12:00 PM)|
|Telangana Board of Secondary Education (TSBE)||27th April 2018 (7:00 PM)|
Note: The results are released online on the official websites of the state boards. The direct links to check the State Board Result will be available soon.
Never let success get to your head. Never let failure get to your heart!”
Your scores do not define your intelligence and potential. Your future choices and dedication can make a difference. If you are successful be proud of your achievements. But if you do not score desired marks, neither be disappointed nor blame yourself. Learn from it and move ahead. Make sure to enjoy life and do not get consumed by the pressure to be perfect.
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